Now accepting applications for 2019-20 Clements Center Pre and Postdoctoral Fellows

Oct 30, 2018
Now accepting applications for 2019-20 Clements Center Pre and Postdoctoral Fellows

The Clements Center for National Security at the University of Texas at Austin seeks applications from current PhD candidates for its Predoctoral Fellowship Program and recent PhD recipients for its Postdoctoral Fellowship Program.

Clements Center scholars cited in this week's media coverage of the growing threat posed by China’s global ambitions

Sep 28, 2018

Executive Director Will Inboden and Faculty Fellow Josh Eisenman were referenced in The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Washington Post (respectively) for their perspectives on the threat from China's hegemonic aspirations.

Distinguished Clements Center Alumnus Meagan Bennett receives Foreign Language and Area Studies scholarship

Sep 18, 2018

Former Undergraduate Fellow and London Maymester participant Meagan Bennett was chosen to receive the highly-selective Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) scholarship for Persian in the Center for Middle Eastern Studies.

Distinguished Clements Center Alumnus Rachel Hoff to receive LBJ Rising Leader Award

Sep 05, 2018

Rachel Hoff, MGPS '14, will receive the Rising Leader Award at this year's LBJ School Alumni Weekend reunion for her notable contributions to legislative, defense, and security policy in a remarkably short time.

John McCain Was Always There for America

Aug 26, 2018

Clements Center Executive Director Will Inboden remembers John McCain in Foreign Policy.

 

Frank Denius 1925 - 2018

Jul 29, 2018

The Clements Center mourns the death yesterday of Frank Denius. We have lost a great American, a great Texan, a great supporter of our university, and a great friend of the Clements Center.  To know Frank was to be inspired by him, a man of uncommon decency, steel courage, abiding kindness, and abundant generosity.  Though we miss him, we dedicate ourselves anew to honoring his legacy and carrying it forward for generations to come.