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Friday Sep 24
1:00 pm
Virtual Event

The LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin and the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR) will co-host academics, business leaders and policymakers to discuss these differing policy approaches and their impact on the economics and well-being of both states.

Monday Sep 27
12:15 pm
Zoom Webinar

On Monday, Sept. 27, the Strauss Center is pleased to welcome, as part of its cybersecurity series "Tales From the Cybersecurity Front," Christina Morillo for a virtual talk on "Cybersecurity is Only Partly Cloudy." With most organizations still using a hybrid approach to cloud, it leaves plenty of gaps in cybersecurity for them to navigate. In this interactive session, cloud security assessment lead and author Morillo will get real about what we think is secure and what really isn't, and what enterprises, vendors and policymakers should be working on together to fix it. This talk will be moderated by Wendy Nather, Strauss Center Senior Cybersecurity Fellow and lead of the Advisory CISO team at Cisco.

Tuesday Sep 28
12:15 pm

On Tuesday, Sept. 28, the Clements Center for National Security will host Amanda Demmer, assistant professor of History at Virginia Tech, for a virtual event on her recent release, "After Saigon's Fall: Refugees and U.S.-Vietnamese Relations, 1975–2000." Join us on Zoom at 12:15 p.m. CT. Virtual doors open at noon.

Thursday Sep 30
5:30 pm
LBJ Plaza (Outdoors by the LBJ School of Public Affairs)

On Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, The University of Texas at Austin's Intelligence Studies Project, Strauss Center for International Security and Law, and Clements Center for National Security will host Col. (Ret.) Itai Shapira, former deputy head of analysis, Israeli Defense Intelligence, for a public lecture on culture and innovation in Israeli intelligence. This lecture is the first in an occasional series of events focused on a comparative study of non-U.S. intelligence organizations.