Kay Bailey Hutchison CSS in the News
January 19, 2023
Angelo State University marked the official opening of the state’s first Regional Security Operations Center (RSOC) with a ribbon cutting ceremony Jan. 19 at the RSOC site on the second floor of the ASU Vincent Building at 2333 Vanderventer St.
November 1, 2022
Angelo State University has signed a new articulation agreement with the National Security Agency (NSA) to provide additional educational opportunities for NSA personnel who have completed courses at the agency’s National Cryptologic University (NCUniv).
July 14, 2022
For the seventh straight year, Angelo State University has been designated a “Military Spouse Friendly® School” for creating and sustaining strong programs and policies that address the needs and concerns of military spouses and their families as students.
June 1, 2022
Dr. William A. Taylor, an award-winning professor of global security studies at Angelo State University, has been named the series editor for a new book series titled “Studies in Marine Corps History and Amphibious Warfare” through the Naval Institute Press.
May 9, 2022
Angelo State University’s chapter of the Order of the Sword & Shield national honor society recently inducted 28 new student members for the 2021-22 academic year.
April 14, 2022
The Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) announced today that it will partner with Angelo State University to operate a pilot Regional Security Operations Center (RSOC) to provide Texas local governments with cybersecurity support.
April 12, 2022
Angelo State University faculty members Dr. William A. Taylor and Dr. Anthony N. Celso have been presented the Texas Tech University System’s 2022 Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Teaching and Research Awards for ASU during an April 12 ceremony in the ASU LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center.
March 9, 2022
For the 14th consecutive year, Angelo State University has been designated a “Military Friendly® School” by Victory Media (VIQTORY), which comprises several digital and print resources, including G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse, that serve military personnel and veterans transitioning into civilian life.
February 11, 2022
Several of Angelo State University’s security studies and criminal justice degree programs have again been ranked among the best and most affordable in the nation for 2021-22 by multiple higher education resource guides, with the majority of the rankings landing in the top 10.
September 27, 2021
Dr. Jeffrey Dailey of the Angelo State University security studies faculty has co-authored a new textbook titled “Intelligence for Homeland Security: An Introduction” through Colorado-based Lynne Rienner Publishers, an independent publisher of scholarly texts.
September 24, 2021
Angelo State University has received a 2021 Veteran Education Excellence Recognition Award from the Texas Veterans Commission’s (TVC) Veterans Education Program – and is one of only six Texas universities to receive the highest-level Gold Award.
August 3, 2021
Dr. William A. Taylor, an associate professor of global security studies at Angelo State University, has been awarded a 2021 Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation Research Grant in support of his forthcoming fifth book, “The Advent of the All-Volunteer Force: Protecting Free Society.”
July 28, 2021
Angelo State University has earned national recognition as one of the top veteran-friendly schools in the U.S. for 2021 by both U.S. Veterans Magazine and the MilitaryBenefits.info independent online information guide for military and veteran benefits.
July 8, 2021
Several of Angelo State University’s security studies and criminal justice degree programs have again been ranked among the best and most affordable in the nation for 2021 by multiple higher education resource guides.
June 21, 2021
For the eighth straight year, Angelo State University has been named one of the nation’s best colleges for military and veteran students by the Military Times organization in its “Best for Vets: Colleges 2021” rankings.
June 9, 2021
Dr. Kenneth J. Heineman of the Angelo State University global security studies faculty has published his seventh book, titled “The Reagan Revolution and the Rise of the New Right,” through ABC-CLIO, a leading publisher of academic reference books and periodicals for schools, public libraries and online textbook databases.
May 7, 2021
Dr. William A. Taylor and Dr. Anthony N. Celso of the Department of Security Studies and Criminal Justice and Dr. Sangeeta Singg of the Department of Psychology and Sociology are the winners of Angelo State University’s 2021 President’s Awards for Faculty Excellence.
March 10, 2021
Dr. William A. Taylor, an associate professor of global security studies at Angelo State University, has been awarded the 2021 Sharon Ritenour Stevens Prize from the Association for Documentary Editing (ADE).
February 24, 2021
For the 13th consecutive year, Angelo State University has been designated a “Military Friendly® School” by Victory Media (VIQTORY), which comprises several digital and print resources, including G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse, that serve military personnel and veterans transitioning into civilian life.
April 23, 2019
Four of the nation’s leading experts on North Korean political and military issues took center stage as the featured speakers for Angelo State’s 2019 Center for Security Studies Symposium in April.
June 12, 2018
Through its online security studies degree programs, Angelo State reaches military and civilian students in countries around the world. Dr. Randy Mullis of the security studies faculty reaches even more of them in person.
October 9, 2017
If you happen to see the ASU logo on CNN or Fox News, chances are it is on the screen behind Dr. Bruce Bechtol as he gets interviewed about the latest crisis involving North Korea.
May 12, 2016
With ASU officials, many local military and business leaders and San Angelo’s State Rep. Drew Darby also in attendance, Angelo State University on May 10 officially dedicated its Center for Security Studies (CSS) in honor of former U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison, who was a driving force behind the formation of the CSS in 2010.
August 18, 2015
Over the last year, faculty in ASU’s Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies (CSS) have been publishing books in their respective areas of expertise at an increasingly rapid pace.