Spring 2022 Events

STEM Careers in Intelligence, by Mark Bailey, PhD

Tuesday, February 1st at 4 PM – This is a virtual event; connection info will be provided via Outlook invite.

Dr. Bailey is the Department Chair of Cyber Intelligence and Data Science (CIDS) at the Oettinger School of Science and Technology Intelligence and the Co-Director at the Data Science Intelligence Center at National Intelligence University. Mark has a PhD in Bioengineering from KU.

Intelligence Career Resume and Interview Workshop Series, by Gilbert E. Jones II, Office of the Director of National Intelligence

  • Wednesday, February 23rd at 4 PM
  • Thursday, March 3rd at 4 PM

These events are virtual; connection info will be provided via Outlook invite.

(We are providing two opportunities to attend; the same presentation will be given at each event. You are welcome to tune in for both or only one)

Gil Jones II is the Intelligence Community Outreach and Recruitment Program Manager at the Emerging Talent Group in the Office of the ADNI for Human Capital, part of the FBI Joint Duty Detail. Gil has extensive experience in intelligence resume writing, editing and reviewing. This workshop is designed for any students planning to apply to a position or internship in the IC. Brief individual meetings with Gil will be available following the workshops for those who would like to have their resumes reviewed.

Preparing for a Security Clearance in the IC, by Carl Taylor, Director KU’s Office of Global Operations & Security

Wednesday, March 23rd at 4 PM - This is a virtual event; connection info will be provided via Outlook invite.

Will you need a security clearance in your career? Join us for a presentation on how to prepare yourself for the security clearance process.  Carl is the current director of KU’s Office of Global Operations & Security and is a former FBI Intelligence Officer.

Challenges in US Intelligence: US/China Relations, by Dr. Jack Zhang, Assistant Professor of East Asian Politics & Political Science at the University of Kansas

Wednesday, April 27th at 4 PM, Location TBA

Dr. Zhang has a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of California San Diego and a B.A. in Political Science, Duke University. His research explores the political economy of trade and conflict in East Asia, focusing on the scarcity of appropriate measures of interdependence and theoretical disarray about its effects hindering the formulation of effective policies to manage strategic competition with China.

*All times listed are Central Standard Time

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