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May 31, 2017
Dr. J. Scott Cameron has been named the next president of National Intelligence University (NIU). He will assume his post at the start of the new academic year in August 2017. He succeeds Dr. David Ellison who is retiring after serving as NIU president since 2009.

“Dr. Cameron is uniquely qualified to lead NIU as the university achieves its vision to become the center of academic life for the intelligence community (IC),” said DIA Director Lieutenant General Vincent Stewart, the selecting official, in announcing the appointment.

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Intelligence and National Security
NIU Faculty Member Receives “Best Article of the Year Award” from Intelligence and National Security Journal

March 17, 2017
NIU faculty member Joe Caddell was awarded the 2016 “Christopher Andrew – Michael Handel Prize” for best article of the year in the journal “Intelligence and National Security.” Caddell was presented the award during the Feb 22-25 International Studies Association conference in Baltimore, Maryland by the journal’s co-editors Loch Johnson, Ph.D. from the University of Georgia and Mark Phythian Ph.D. University of Leicester.

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NIU Begins Historic Move from DC to Bethesda
January 27, 2017
NIU is relocating to a new facility on the Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, Maryland (ICC-B). The phased move of the NIU main campus out of the District of Columbia to Bethesda began in December and will be completed in late February.

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DNI welcomes Class of 2017 as university prepares for the move to Bethesda
September 2, 2016
“You’ve made a good decision to study here – to invest in yourself and your career and to broaden your professional horizons,” Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper told the National Intelligence University Class of 2017 at the formal Convocation ceremony marking the start of the new academic year.

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NIU recognizes first graduates of the NIU Quantico Academic Center
August 12, 2016
The National Intelligence University (NIU) celebrated an important milestone in late July as five students from the NIU Quantico Academic Center graduated from the University, thus becoming the first to complete the Master of Science of Strategic Intelligence (MSSI) degree program at NIU’s newest academic center, located at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

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NIU Alumnus takes command at Coast Guard Intel Coordination Center
July 29, 2016
Command of the Coast Guard Intelligence Coordination Center (ICC) passed from one NIU alumnus to another on Friday, 24 June 2016 when CAPT Patrick Schreiber ’06 assumed command from Class of 1993 alumnus Robert Hayes.

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NIU President announces retirement
July 12, 2016
National Intelligence University President Dr. David Ellison announced his intention to retire from the Presidency of NIU in late August 2017 at the opening convocation ceremony of the 2017-2018 academic year.

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NIU Students Honored
NIU Students honored for work on Ebola crisis
April 04, 2016
On Feb 22, NIU students U.S Coast Guard LT Gonzalez and PO Jones were awarded with the National Intelligence Meritorious Unit citation. The students’ efforts resulted in the identification of several thousand passengers and vessels connected to Ebola-affected regions, which led to additional port screenings.

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Bush receives degree
Former President George H. W. Bush Awarded Honorary Degree
March 22, 2016
On March 8, the National Intelligence University presented the Honorable George H.W. Bush with an honorary Doctor of Strategic Intelligence degree, recognizing the 41st President of the United States as “an exemplar of the highest ideals of service to the security and well-being of the nation.”

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Caracristi presents award
NIU Celebrates the Life of Storied Code Breaker, NSA Leader, and Advisor: Ann Caracristi (1921-2016)
January 21, 2016
Ann Caracristi, an iconic member of America’s greatest generation with close ties to National Intelligence University passed away on January 10th 2016 in Washington, DC. Ms. Caracristi began her career as a code breaker in WWII and rose through the ranks to become one of the highest ranking members of the U.S. intelligence community by serving as Deputy Director of the National Security Agency.

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