The Syracuse University Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (ICCAE) represents a consortium of schools and universities. Consortium partner institutions work collaboratively with Syracuse University to recruit and educate diverse students for public service careers in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Our consortium partner school students may join affiliated ICCAE programs on their own campuses.
Partners in the Syracuse University ICCAE consortium:
- Grove School of Engineering, The City College of New York
Faculty contact: Ardie Walser, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Faculty contact: Mark Rosen, Adjunct Professor, Department of Law, Police Science, and Criminal Justice Administration
- Norfolk State University
Faculty contact: Aurelia Williams, Director of Cybersecurity Complex
- Wells College
Faculty contact: Jonathan Gibraltar, President
All ICCAE program members, including students from consortium partners, have access to related Syracuse University and consortium partner events, workshops, coursework, seminars, and research and mentoring opportunities.
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Syracuse University’s Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence offers unique coursework as well as programmatic and training opportunities to prepare students for professional positions within the U.S. Intelligence Community. The ICCAE program is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at Syracuse University; students at consortium partner schools can join their institution’s affiliated programs and may participate in related programmatic and curricular activities at Syracuse University.
Contact us today to learn more about becoming a Syracuse University ICCAE program member.