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Bridging the Gap between Academia and the IC: IC Centers for Academic Excellence. Unclassified. Marilyn B. Peterson, Acting Director, IC CAE Program Office May 2012. Unclassified. IC CAE Overview. Established in 2004 to create programs in National Security in colleges and universities

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Bridging the Gap between Academia and the IC: IC Centers for Academic Excellence

Unclassified

Marilyn B. Peterson,

Acting Director,

IC CAE Program Office

May 2012

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IC CAE Overview

  • Established in 2004 to create programs in National Security in colleges and universities
  • Managed by ODNI until 30 Sep 2011 when it was transferred to DIA
  • Grant-based program – 34 schools have received grants

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ic cae universities
IC CAE Universities
  • James Madison University
  • University of Mississippi

* = on no-cost extension of grant

Florida A & M

Virginia Tech/Howard

University of Maryland

Penn State University

University of New Mexico

Miles College

University of South Florida

Florida International Univ.

Morgan State – Bowie, Norfolk, Elizabeth City ,

University of Nebraska – UNL, UNO, Creighton, Bellevue and College of Menominee Nation

*University of Washington

*University of Texas – El Paso

*University of Texas – Pan American

*California State University – San Bernardino, Fullerton, Bakersfield, Long Beach, Northridge, Dominguez Hills, Polytechnic University Pomona

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Unclassified

IC CAE

Strategic Program Components

  • IC Related Curriculum
  • IC Scholars
  • Foreign Travel/Study Abroad/Cultural Immersion
  • Regional Colloquia
  • Pre-collegiate and High School Outreach
  • National Security Related Research
  • Mandatory Reporting – Assessment and Evaluation

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Advancing the Goals for the IC CAE

With Universities

  • Encourage the development of analytic curriculum
  • Increase focus on hard-to-fill foreign language skills,
  • regional expertise and cultural immersion programs
  • Increase focus on analytic writing skills
  • Offer mentor support to IC universities
  • Guide universities’ disciplines – compatible with ICD-203 and 610 competencies
  • Encourage collaboration between schools
  • Guide universities to build foundations that can be sustained beyond the grants

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university opportunities
University Opportunities
  • Broad Agency Announcement process
  • Next one 2014
  • Partnerships with current schools
  • Send people to Five Eyes Conferences
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Questions – Comments?

Marilyn B. Peterson,

Acting Branch Chief, Academic Outreach

Defense Intelligence Agency

202-231-6041

Marilyn.peterson@dodiis.mil