The International Center for Security and Leadership selects individuals who collectively represent a variety of experience related to security and leadership. We look for researchers, educators, strategists, and operators interested in posting occasional Notes or Papers offering theoretical and/or practical insights.
We are honored to have as our current Security and Leadership Fellow Dr. Ron Machoian.
Dr. Ron Machoian is an administrator in the international division and a senior lecturer of international studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he teaches a variety of courses in global security. He retired as a U.S. Air Force colonel after 27 years of service that included numerous overseas military campaigns as a command pilot, several operational reconnaissance commands, faculty duty in military and strategic studies, and educational program directorships at the U.S. Air Force Academy. Ron holds an M.A. in history, and a Ph.D. in history and educational leadership & policy studies (University of Missouri-Kansas City). He is the author of William Harding Carter and the American Army (University of Oklahoma Press, 2006) and Looking Skyward: The Emergence of an Airminded Culture in the U.S. Army (Air University Press, 2005). His broad research interests include a focus on the intersection of distinct military traditions, and how cultural contexts and historical experiences influence strategy and policy.
If you are interested in serving as an International Center for Security and Leadership Fellow, please contact Mike Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org.