The ICCAE will be hosting a panel with guests from the Central Intelligence Agency discussing how business and finance majors fit into the intelligence community, and the best ways you can use that knowledge to potentially contribute to the intelligence community! This info panel will be taking place on Thursday, February 10th in the Harris […]
The ICCAE is happy to present former deputy director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Douglas Wise as he speaks about his time in the intelligence community.
The Central Florida Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence is proud to present its colloquium for 2022. With Covert Operations: Causes, Consequences, and Morality, we hope to have a thoughtful and informative discussion on one of the most popularized and often misunderstood aspect of the intelligence community. With our keynote speaker, thirty year veteran of […]
On Monday, August 29th at 4:00 PM we will be having a Zoom Conference to kick off the year and introduce the program to any newcomers. Dr. Dolan and the ICCAE staff will be going over the 5 W’s of the ICCAE, as well as some of our new plans and initiatives for the year. […]
On Wednesday August 31st at 11:300 AM we will be having our first in-person event to kick off the year and introduce the program to anyone interested! As a supplement to the online event on Monday the 29th, Dr. Dolan and the ICCAE staff will on hand to going over the 5 W’s of the […]
The Central Florida ICCAE is proud to announce its Spring 2023 Colloquium! The event will take place on Wednesday, March 29th from 9:30AM to 4:00PM in the Live Oak Ballroom. 9:40-10:40 The Potential for a Cascade in Nuclear Weapons Proliferation Nicholas Miller (Dartmouth) looks at Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and how it has affected the […]
Interested in a future with the U.S. Department of State? Join the ICCAE as we welcome a representative from the State Department to speak about opportunities for internships and careers, as well as their job experience within the agency and their best anecdotal advice for those looking at a career in government! Where: Psychology Building, […]
Learning a second (or third!) language has long been considered an important skill in the intelligence community- especially those considered critical languages for American security. But how does that skill end up being used in real world situations? While translation and international coordination are traditional roles for this skillset, for an engineer, computer scientist, or […]