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May 4, 2016 - Dr. William A. Taylor, an assistant professor of security studies at Angelo State University, has been named interim chair of ASU’s Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice, effective May 15.
April 15, 2016 - Angelo State University has been named to the inaugural list of the nation’s “Top 100 Military Spouse Friendly Schools” by Victory Media, which comprises several magazines and websites, including G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse, which serve military personnel and their families.
March 24, 2016 - Angelo State University’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in homeland security have both been ranked among the nation’s top 10 “Best Online Homeland Security Degree Programs” by OnlineColleges.net, an educational resource guide that ranks online degree programs in all academic disciplines.
March 16, 2016 - Angelo State University’s online master’s degree programs in criminal justice and applied psychology have each been ranked among the top 10 nationally for 2016 in their respective areas by GoGrad.org, an online information guide to affordable graduate programs in all academic disciplines.
January 4, 2016 - Dr. William A. Taylor, an assistant professor of security studies at Angelo State University, has been awarded a 2016 Dwight D. Eisenhower Foundation Research Grant and a 2016 Moody Research Grant from the Lyndon B. Johnson Foundation.
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- ASU Magazine, Spring 2012
- ASU Prof Wins National Best Book Award, October 2011
- ASU Magazine, Fall 2011
- Center for Security Studies Hosts Air Force Advanced Analyst Course, March 2011
- Professors developing five new degrees, October 2010
- Angelo State Earns Repeat ‘Military Friendly’ Designation, August 2010
- ASU Magazine, Fall 2010
- Director Named for ASU’s Center for Security Studies, July 2010
- Deputy Director Named for Center for Security Studies at ASU, March 2010
- Center to offer new cultural fluency degree, April 2010
- President’s Letter to Campus, November 2009