Syracuse University Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence (ICCAE) will host its first symposium on Monday, March 2

 Syracuse University Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence (ICCAE) will host its first

February 28, 2020

The Syracuse University Intelligence Community Center of Academic Excellence (ICCAE) will host its first symposium on Monday, March 2 in 500 Hall of Languages. The symposium will run from 10:00am to 3:30pm

Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend all panels of the symposium.

There will be panels on Teaching Intelligence, Diversity Experiences in the IC, and Faculty Research Opportunities. Of particular interest to ECS faculty and students may be the following presenters:

  • Jonathan Gupton, Office of Intelligence and Counter Intelligence, Dept. of Energy
  • Brian Holmes, Dean, Oettinger School of Science and Technology Intelligence, National Intelligence University
  • Dr. Ardie Walser, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Grove College of Engineering, City College of New York
  • Julie Martin, ODNI National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)
  • Dr. Aurelia Williams, Professor and Director of Cybersecurity Complex, Norfolk State University
  • Alex Joel, Civil Liberties Protection Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI)

Here is the schedule for the symposium-

Sunday, March 1:

  • Speakers and Consortium Partners arrive.

Reception – 6:30-8:00pm:

  • SU IC CAE Participants, Consortium Partners, Speakers, IC/CAE Liaison, invited faculty
  • Location: 2nd floor lobby, Sheraton Hotel
  • Brief Remarks by IC CAE Consortium Leaders

Monday, March 2:

  • Panel 1: Teaching Intelligence – Policy, Law, and Ethics
  • Panel 2: Teaching Intelligence – Science and Technology
  • Lunchtime Conversation: Working in the Intelligence Community
  • Panel 3: Intelligence Community Research
  • Student Q & A: Mechanics of Joining and Working in the IC

Details:

Location: 500 Hall of Languages

Panel 1 – 10:00-11:00Teaching Intelligence Process, Policy, Law and Ethics:  What is it Students need to know and how do you teach it?

  • Participants: Bob Murrett, Laurie Hobart, Jamie Baker

Panel 2 – 11:15-12:15: Teaching Intelligence – Science and Technology:  What is it Students need to know and how do you teach it?

Participants:

  • Jonathan Gupton, Office of Intelligence and Counter Intelligence, DOE
  • Brian Holmes, Dean, Oettinger School of Science and Technology Intelligence, National Intelligence University
  • Ardie Walser, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Grove College of Engineering, City College of New York
  • Aurelia Williams, Dept. of Computer Science, Norfolk State University
  • Mike Marciano, Forensic & National Security Sciences Institute, Syracuse University

Lunchtime Conversation 12:30-1:45:  Perspectives on Working in the IC:  A conversation with Vonna Heaton (I.C. Senior Executive Service (ret.)) and Julie Martin, Chief Counsel, NCTC, moderated by Judge James Baker

Panel 3 – 2:00-3:15: Intelligence Community Research

 

  • Jonathan Gupton, Office of Intelligence and Counter Intelligence, DOE, “Opportunities for Collaboration with DOE”
  • Brian Holmes, Dean, Oettinger School of Science and Technology Intelligence, National Intelligence University, “Opportunities for Collaboration with NIU”
  • Peg Hermann & Corri Zoli, SU – Internationalization & Cross-Cultural Knowledge and Experiences
  • James Crill, SU Forensic & National Security Sciences Institute, Syracuse University

Closing Remarks – 3:15-3:30

Follow-on Information Q & A for Students:  The Clearance Process and other Mysteries Regarding Jobs in the IC:

This session will allow students to ask their detailed/technical questions about citizenship, immigration, etc.

For more information, and for accessibility and accommodations requests, contact Mary Cosco at [email protected] or 315.443.2077.