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Syracuse Launches ‘Intelligence Community Center’

Updated: Sep 18, 2019

The Daily Orange: “Syracuse University will receive a $1.5 million grant from the United States Intelligence Community over a five-year period to educate and recruits students interested in the intelligence field … The Intelligence Community also designated SU as one of eight national Intelligence Community Centers for Academic Excellence. As part of the program, SU will lead a consortium of universities, including Norfolk State University in Virginia and The Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York.”


“The consortium will work to meet the educational needs of the Intelligence Community, a federation of 17 separate federal intelligence agencies … SU plans to build partnerships with the institutions in its consortium to help attract a diverse body of students, such as military veterans, women and others from underrepresented backgrounds … SU’s $62.5 million National Veterans Resource Center, a regional hub for veteran services, is expected to open in January 2020.”

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