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The Role of Social and Behavioral Science Research in Intelligence
The National Security Studies Institute, an Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence, will host its annual colloquium March 23-24, 2017 in the Rubin Center Auditorium on the University of Texas at El Paso campus. The event will bring together a distinguished set of scholars and practitioners from 5 countries to discuss and debate the challenges and opportunities of conducting intelligence research in a post-September 11th world:
March 23, "Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Intelligence Research" (8:30am-4:15pm): Leading intelligence scholar Mark Phythian (University of Leicester) will open the colloquium with a keynote address followed by panels that explore how history, decision sciences and other disciplines can contribute to intelligence research as well as a panel on the sources of data for intelligence studies
March 24, "Translating Research for Policy and Practice" (9:00am-3:00pm): William Inboden, Executive Director of the Clements Center for National Security (University of Texas at Austin), will open the second day with a keynote address. Panels will examine the gap between academia and the world of intelligence and showcase exemplary interdisciplinary student research in security and intelligence.
The full, prefinal program is available here
We strongly encourage all UTEP students with a general interest in national security, and local and regional members of the National Security Enterprise to attend one or both days.
There is no registration fee is and all are welcome to attend and benefit from this event. Registration is required.
Unable to attend? No problem. No need to RSVP, just click here on the days of the event to watch the livestream.