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Journal of Homeland and National Security Perspectives

The Angelo State University Center for Security Studies is pleased to announce the inauguration of the electronic publication, Journal of Homeland and National Security Perspectives. The journal is the Center’s premier student-led, peer-reviewed publication for Homeland and National Security Studies students, practitioners, researchers, scholars, policymakers, theorists, and others interested in homeland and national security issues. The electronic journal (eJournal) will be published electronically and through the ASU digital library, as well as the Texas Digital Library system biannually and will be distributed to students, faculty, and other subscribers. There will not be a fee associated with its distribution.

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West Texas Legislative Summit

Two of our Border and Homeland Security faculty, Dr. Manny Zamora and Dr. Mark Pullin, provided an excellent panel presentation on “Border Security and Economic Issues” at the recent “10th Annual West Texas Legislative Summit” in San Angelo, Texas.  The topic of this year’s Summit was “Immigration Issues.” 

Here’s a copy of their presentation.

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ASU Prof Wins Research Grant

Dr. William A. Taylor, an assistant professor of Security Studies at Angelo State University, has been awarded a prestigious 2013 Harry S. Truman Library Research Grant by the Harry S. Truman Library Institute for National and International Affairs.  Here’s the news release.

 

SS student Honored

Abraham Morland  a CSS major and member of of ASU’s Air Force ROTC Det. 847 has been honored with the William Randolph Lovelace Memorial Award as the top Aerospace Studies 300 (junior-level) cadet in the Southwest Region.

The award is sponsored by the Air Force Association and is presented at the annual Arnold Air Society National Conclave, which was in April in Detroit. Morland was chosen for the award from 3,237 cadets in the Southwest Region, which contains 11 states and 36 Air Force ROTC detachments.

Congratulations, Abraham!


 Student Testimonials

Interview with Samuel Tso

Interview with Alberto Gonzales

 

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