Department of Poli Sci: Career Talk Series #2 FBI -Critical Intelligence

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Department of Poli Sci: Career Talk Series #2 FBI -Critical Intelligence

Hosted by Ann M. Fiorella-Mullen

Please join the Department of Political Science on a new Career Talk Series with professionals in policy and international relations.

Our second guest will talk about his experiences and knowledge with the FBI.

Joseph Mancuso graduated from Rutgers University in 1998 with a dual BA in History and Political Science after which he joined the U.S. Army. He also graduated from the U.S. Army Intelligence School in April 2000. His first duty station was Ft. Riley, Kansas where he was assigned to a unit deploying to Kuwait for a six-month rotation. One year later, he transferred to the Joint Analysis Center (JAC), Royal Air Force Base Molesworth, UK to be stationed for three years.
After honorable discharge from the military in 2004, Mr. Mancuso worked at the National Ground Intelligence Center in Charlottesville, VA as a GG-12 Intelligence Analyst. While there, he was recruited by the Albemarle County Sheriff Office to be a part-time Auxiliary Deputy Sheriff.
In 2006, he volunteered to deploy to Iraq to assist with the development and training of the Iraq police and military. In 2009, he joined the FBI, successfully completed the eleven-week Intelligence Basic Course in Quantico, VA, and was assigned to the Newark Field Office where he continues to serve as a Supervisory Intelligence Analyst. In 2017, Mr. Mancuso was selected to attend the National Defense University in Washington, D.C. where he obtained a Master degree in Strategic Security Studies and a War College Diploma in International Security and Combating Terrorism. Currently, Mr. Mancuso also acts as the intelligence supervisor to the Crisis Incident Response Team (CIRT) for the Newark Division. In the Fall of 2019, Mr. Mancuso joined the teaching faculty at Rutgers University as a Part Time Lecturer for the Critical Intelligence Program.

Notable awards:
Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, and the Army Good Conduct Medal

This career talk event will have limited space and is on a first come first serve enrollment. This Invitation is limited to Undergraduate Junior/Senior and UNMA and PhD students. This event will have a moderator from the Poli Sci Department and is asking participants to ask questions to the guest by writing them out before the event to focus on our limited time. Please be sure to ask questions in response to this invitation. You may go back to your invitation and update as needed.

0 upcoming sessions on Wednesday, December 31, 1969.


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