NE Seminar: “Career Opportunities for Engineers at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)”

Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/17/2022
1:55 pm - 2:55 pm

Location
Rhines Hall 125

Categories


Roy Elmore

Deputy Branch Chief
Defense Intelligence Agency

Dr. Royal Elmore started in his current division as a 2004 summer intern. After graduating from Iowa State University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and B.S. in Political Science he worked 2 years as a DTRA engineering contractor and then in US Senator Charles “Chuck” Hagel’s office. Dr. Elmore received MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Nuclear Engineering in August 2011. He graduated in December 2014 from Texas A&M University with his Nuclear Engineering Ph.D. and was a Los Alamos National Lab post-doc funded by NNSA before returning to his current DIA division in January 2016. Dr. Elmore is currently a deputy branch chief. 

Abstract

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides intelligence on foreign militaries and their operating environments so the United States and its allies can prevent and decisively win wars.

DIA serves everyone from the President to the soldier-in-combat through a combination of expert analysis, intelligence gathering, and cutting-edge science and technology. Learn about DIA career opportunities where US STEM-educated professionals can apply their technical skills in exciting and impactful ways to advance U.S. national security.