The Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University welcomes new Army Fellows, COL Nate Crow and COL Cody D. Workman, to the 2022-2023 academic year.
As part of the United States Army War College’s Senior Service College Fellowship Program, the Scowcroft Institute hosts officers as Fellows for one academic year. This program promotes cooperative academic exchanges between selected United States Army officers and civilian educational and teaching facilities. The Army Fellowship Program at the Scowcroft Institute is designed to promote research on topics of strategic relevance to the army and the Scowcroft Institute, to increase the knowledge and awareness of military affairs among Bush School and Texas A&M University faculty and students, to foster cooperation and intellectual exchange between the institute and the army, and to enhance the strategic thinking and research skills of the mid-career army officers selected to take part in the institute’s fellowship program.
While in residence at the Scowcroft Institute, army Fellows will complete a major research project on a topic of strategic relevance to the army and the institute; participate in formal coursework at the Bush School and in other Texas A&M University departments; attend lectures, workshops, and conferences hosted by the Scowcroft Institute; bring in outside experts to lecture on military affairs and strategy, and engage students and faculty by giving talks and lectures about their research interests and career experiences. They will, in short, become part of the Scowcroft Institute’s burgeoning community of international relations scholars, students, and practitioners.
Colonel Nate Crow is a United States Army War College Fellow at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University. He received his commission from Norwich University Army ROTC in 2001. He is a graduate of the Armor Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Airborne School, Scout Leader Course, Cavalry Leader Course and Command and General Staff College.
Colonel Workman received a Direct Appointment as a Field Artillery Officer in 2003 after over nine years of exemplary enlisted service. He is a graduate of the Primary Leadership Development Course, Non-Commissioned Officer Basic Course, Field Artillery Officer Basic and Captain’s Career Courses, Joint Operational Fires and Effects Course, Information Operations Qualification Course, and Command and General Staff College. Prior to his arrival at Texas A&M for his USAWC Fellowship, he was assigned to 65th Field Artillery Brigade as Deputy Commanding Officer. Previous non-command assignments include service as a Field Artillery Platoon Leader, Fire Direction Officer, and Battery XO during an 18-month deployment to Ramadi, Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Other non-command assignments include Battalion Intelligence Officer (S2), Battalion Operations Officer (S3), Brigade Liaison Officer, Brigade Psychological Operations Officer, Division Liaison Officer, Brigade XO, and Brigade Deputy Commander. His command assignments include 36 months as Commander, A-Battery 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery Regiment. He had the privilege of combining this unit with C-Battery 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery Regiment, and leading the combined unit through a 9-month tour in Iraq for Operation New Dawn. He later had the honor of commanding 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery Regiment for 24 months.