The IC-CAE Intelligence Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Intelligence Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Students will be awarded a Certificate in National Security Studies upon completion of the program. This is a great way to open doors for anyone who want to have a career in this field! Apply now!
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy will be imparting six cybersecurity workshops in 2019! These are designed to teach students how to protect themselves from the very present threats of cyber attacks. Do not miss your chance of acquiring your Student Development Badge and a chance on getting a Certificate in Cybersecurity Fundamentals!
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy has scheduled four National Security Studies Courses and one Global Cybersecurity Policy Course for Spring 2019! These courses deal with modern-day issues and introduce students to subjects ranging from the fundamentals of national security to topics in globalization, like human trafficking. You will not want to miss this opportunity. Check them out!
JGI teamed with Harvard University to explore partisanship in America with former congressmen Patrick Murphy (D) and David Jolly (R)! Murphy and Jolly are helping launch a bipartisanship studies initiative at the Gordon Institute this fall!
A Strategic Alliance in the Making? Check out Director Brian Fonseca and School of International and
"The U.S. should engage Russia and China when and where it makes the most sense to its strategic interests, but it should also remain cautious about Moscow and Beijing’s intentions and stay agile enough to react to the changes taking place in both countries".
The Jack D. Gordon Institute for Public Policy – part of the Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs – and the Division of Information Technology partnered with New America to host the annual NICE Conference and Expo over the next five years.
JGI is pleased to announce a new Fall 2018 course ISS 3222- Issues in American Foreign Policy: Counterintelligence
JGI now offering a new course for Fall 2018: ISS 4651-Topics in Global Cybersecurity Policy. Examine pressing topics to include: cyber-terrorism, cybersecurity in healthcare, Internet of Things, with rotating topics taught by practitioners in the field of cybersecurity
The Jack D. Gordon Public Policy Fellowship is a workforce development initiative. A highly selective program, the Public Policy Fellowship provides opportunities for students to integrate rigorous coursework, research, and mentorship in pursuit of a career in local, state, and federal government. Students will be awarded a Certificate in Public Policy Studies upon completion of program.
JGI Director Brian Fonseca's recent Foreign Policy article on the perils of a coup in Venezuela.