McIntyre Appointed to the National Security Education Board

January 16, 2009

McIntyreOn October 1, the U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed the appointment of Dr. David H. McIntyre to the National Security Education Board. President George W. Bush nominated McIntyre in July.

    McIntyre directs the Bush School’s graduate level certificate program for Homeland Security at the Bush School and heads the University’s Integrative Center for Homeland Security. The National Security Education Board oversees the National Security Education Program, which administers grants and programs to encourage international studies. The program enhances the nation’s ability to deal with foreign cultures and languages by delivering a steady supply of workers who are skilled in these areas.

    The board is comprised of seven cabinet-level representatives from the departments of defense, state, education, commerce, energy, national intelligence, and the National Endowment for the Humanities, plus six non-Federal members.The board meets periodically in Washington D.C.

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