Doctoral Opportunities: Call for Applications to Summer Seminar as well as Post-Doctoral and and Pre-Doctoral FellowshipsDec 06, 2016
The Clements Center for National Security is offering three opportunities that might be of interest to doctoral students or recent PhDs.
The Clements Center has aggregated over 100 internships for students interested in opportunities in Foreign Policy, Human Rights, International Development, International Economics, and Intelligence/Security.
Register now for this Spring 2017 course taught by ISP Senior Fellow and LBJ Professor J. Paul Pope.
In the inaugural "Politics by the Horns" podcast, Executive Director Will Inboden and ISP Director Steve Slick talk to Ryan Pakebusch, a Clements Center Undergraduate Fellow and Student Government Director of Federal Relations, about events and opportunities on campus related to national security.
Carl Forsberg, a PhD student in the Department of History at UT-Austin, published his work in two separate volumes of collected chapters on countering power structures during and after war.
Dr. Johnson's Spring 2017 course "American and Russian Relations through War and Peace" will explore the relationship between Russia and the United States, from 1776 to present, focusing on military and diplomatic interactions.