Alumni Database

In keeping with our mission to train the next generation of national security leaders, the Clements Center maintains strong relationships with alumni pursuing careers in national security and we love keeping track of the excellent work that former Clements Center students are doing around the world. Our 750 alumni are spread across 70 U.S. cities…

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Postgraduate Programs

The Clements Center offers a range of programs for postgraduates and UT scholars that address the teaching and research of history, strategy, and statecraft.  POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS: Clements Postdoctoral Fellowships are granted to promising young scholars to study and teach at the university. These fellowships support the next generation of national security scholars. Grants in History…

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Graduate Programs

The Clements Center offers a range of programs for graduate students that address the teaching and research of history, strategy, and statecraft. The Clements Summer Seminar in History and Statecraft brings together graduate students from leading universities (non-UT) to explore the connections between statecraft and history. Sessions are also devoted to professional development for academic and…

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Undergraduate Programs

The Clements Center offers a range of programs for undergraduate students that address the teaching and research of history, strategy, and statecraft.

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Programs Overview

The Clements Center offers a range of programs for undergraduate students, graduate students, and UT scholars that address the teaching and research of history, strategy, and statecraft. UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS: In partnership with the world-renowned War Studies Department at King’s College London, the “The U.S., U.K., and World Order” provides exemplary undergraduate students the opportunity to learn firsthand…

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Support the Clements Center Honoring the legacy of former Texas Governor and Deputy Secretary of Defense, the William P. Clements Jr. Center for National Security trains leaders in the history of national security and diplomacy. The Clements Center offers courses and study abroad opportunities for both undergraduates and graduate students; provides research grants and fellowships…

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William P. Clements, Jr.

North Korea Tree Although the Korean War officially ended in 1953, more than twenty years later, the Korean Peninsula appeared ready to once again erupt in conflict. Four Days in May: Responding to the Mayaguez Incident One of the most dramatic international incidents of the Ford presidency was when the Cambodian Khmer Rouge attacked then…

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Who We Are

Who We Are “Let us never send the President of the United States to the conference table as the head of the second strongest nation in the world.” – Deputy Secretary of Defense Bill Clements, 1973 The William P. Clements, Jr. Center for National Security at The University of Texas at Austin draws on the…

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