Scholar in Residence
School of International Service
- David Martin-McCormick began teaching at AU in January 2009 after retiring from a long and successful career in the U.S. Intelligence Community. He teaches courses focused on national security and the intelligence community. He had a broad career working for the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Arms Control Intelligence Staff, the Community Management Staff, the Intelink Management Office and the Director of National Intelligence. He was heavily involved in bringing innovative technologies and approaches to analysis in the intelligence agencies. He was the U.S. Representative to NATO and to the Conventional Forces in Europe negotiating team for issues dealing with information exchange. Substantively, he worked on issues dealing with the Soviet Union, China and terrorism (before terrorism was popular) In the last five years of his intelligence career, he was heavily involved in attempting to improve information sharing within the intelligence community.
DegreesBA, MA University of Oregon, PH.D Univerisity of Hawaii
Favorite Spot on Campus:Lobby of the new SIS building
- SIS - School of International Service
- SIS - 107C
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