The Texas National Security Network at The University of Texas System is offering a generous scholarship to graduate students from any UT system campus who are accepted into the Archer Center's summer 2018 Graduate Program in Public Policy and secure a national security-related internship in the Washington, DC-area.

Strauss Center Distinguished Scholar and CEPSA researcher Dr. Michael Findley recently organized and participated in a hackathon using data to address the challenges of peace process implementation.

September 19, 2017
AUSTIN, Texas – John O. Brennan, a leading national security expert who served most recently as the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), has been appointed as a Distinguished Non-Resident Scholar at The University of Texas at Austin. He will advance the scholarly study of national security and intelligence.

Crook Fellow Ghida Ismail is giving us a recap on her work at the Harvard Kennedy School in the Evidence for Policy Design (EPOD) program in Boston, where she assisted in  the research project “Expanding Female Access to the Job Market through Affordable Commute” this summer. Find out how this internship impacted Ghida's career.

Crook Fellow Dane Ulik lived and worked in Nicaragua for ten weeks this summer. As an intern at Artists for Soup, a small non-profit organization located in La Paz Centro, Nicaragua, Dane perfromed a variety of research and data analysis projects focusing on food security and educational retention. He shares with us how this internship has changed his worldview and solidified his goal to utilize his resources and return after graduation.