IWP students often go on to become leaders in the national security, intelligence, and international affairs communities. This section highlights and celebrates their achievements and shares other relevant news.
IWP student William Stiles always knew he wanted to go into the field of intelligence, but did not know how to go about achieving this goal. After coming to IWP, he gained the skills to become an intelligence analyst, and now he works for the U.S. Secret Service.Read More ›
Paris Michaels appreciates the emphasis put on history in the IWP curriculum. He even feels that, “You couldn’t be a patriot if you don’t understand [IWP’s] curriculum… And you don’t understand the curriculum without an appreciation for the history of the nation and the history of the world.”Read More ›
Jim took his first classes at IWP just prior to his senior year of college, in the summer of 1992, on the advice of his advisor at Marymount University, Dr. Charles Smith – who now is a member of the IWP faculty. Jim took “Russia in Transition” with IWP President John Lenczowski, and “Problems of…Read More ›
Upon graduating from Central Washington University with a Masters degree in history, Steena Fullmer-Anderson (IWP 2004) knew she wanted to work in the intelligence community. Aware of the field’s competitiveness, she decided that getting an education at The Institute of World Politics would be the most effective next step in achieving her goal.Read More ›
2008 alumnus Aaron Linderman attended IWP with the intent of continuing a career in academia and thereby spreading the mission of IWP further in the intellectual community. He found that his studies at the Institute were excellent preparation not only for his pursuit of a Ph.D. in history but also for his career as a…Read More ›