The first class graduated from the defense Intelligence school in 1963
1962 – 1984
DIA HQ Campus
1984 – 2016
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organizational transition from
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Over the course of 60 years, and through four name changes and two physical moves, the National Intelligence University has educated the nation’s intelligence leaders. More than 7,000 students have graduated from the University and its predecessor School and College to help protect the nation and preserve its prosperity. This anniversary commemoration is an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the University’s history, its alumni, its graduating members of the Class of 2023, and the University’s bright future.
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The program will include welcoming remarks from the National Intelligence University President, a distinguished keynote address, and the presentation of academic awards earned by the Class of 2023.
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5:00 – 6:30 PM Welcome Reception
6:30 PM Welcome and Opening Remarks by NIUF Foundation
Introductions of Dr. J. Scott Cameron, NIU President
Remarks by The Honorable Stacey A. Dixon, Ph.D., Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence
Presentation of Academic Awards
8:00 PM Event Concludes
NIU alumni serve in high-level positions in Congress, the armed forces, the federal civilian workforce, and the private sector. Within the Department of Defense, there are 20 serving Flag and General officer alumni. (DOI: Nov 2022)
1962 – 1984
1984 – 2016
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Your generosity and support of the National Intelligence University Foundation is an investment in the lives of future Intelligence Community leaders and in the security of the nation.
We are pleased to recognize individuals who have contributed $250 or more.
VADM Lowell “Jake” Jacoby, USN (Ret.)
Jennifer Kim ’10
Jeff Kimmons ’79
Terry Ryan ’87
Stu and Kristine Shea Giving Fund
Bill Spracher ’77
Thomas Switajewski ’09
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