Impacting the lives of leaders: Stephen A. Fausel Scholarships for Intelligence Students

Stephen A. Fausel has been a longtime friend and supporter of IWP, and this past spring, he decided that he wanted to impact the lives of our students directly. His generous one-time gift towards the Stephen A. Fausel Scholarships for Intelligence Students made possible scholarships for ten students in the intelligence program at the Institute.

The IWP Army Ten Miler Challenge begins

The summer semester is winding down... And training for the Army Ten Miler is ramping up!  Two IWP teams, the Diplomats and the Statesmen, are competing in this annual race, which will take place this year on October 9. These teams work to raise money for student services at IWP. Last year, they raised $3,104, and this year, their goal is $10,000.  Please click here to give them a head start on their fundraising efforts!    

Josh Davis: Using IWP lessons "on a daily basis"

Everyone dreams of doing a job that they love. Not everyone, though, is able to make this dream a reality.  Josh Davis quickly learned what he loved doing when he took a class on international terrorism at Appalachian State University, which he "found extremely interesting because of the interactions, both formal and informal, that state and non-state actors have with each other when dealing with terrorism."

Author David Wise discusses Tiger Trap: America's Secret Spy War with China  

On Friday, July 8, author David Wise discussed his new book, Tiger Trap: America's Secret Spy War with China with a packed audience at IWP.  Mr. Wise's remarks gave the gathering an intriguing look into the high-stakes world of counterintelligence cases involving Chinese agents prosecuted in the United States, such as that of Dongfan "Greg" Chung, a California aerospace engineer who was found guilty selling US secrets to China. 

Also of note 

IWP alumna Mallorie Marino to speak at ASCE conference    

Review of the Kosciuszko Chair Spring Symposium by IWP supporter John Czop   

Amb. Wilkowski discusses her foreign service career   

"Protection Racket: ‘Responsibility to Protect' Becomes a Doctrine" By Joshua Muravchik 

IWP Army Ten Miler Teams Logo

Please click here to learn more about IWP's Ten Miler Teams.

Did you know?
On July 27, 1789, President Washington signed legislation that established a Department of Foreign Affairs, which is now the Department of State.  Several IWP graduates serve in the State Department today.

Upcoming Events

Poetry in Islamic Culture: A lecture with Amb. Akbar Ahmed 
September 7
4:30 PM 

American Traitors: Fathers and Sons 
October 7
6:30 PM

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