Michael Wallace is a retired military intelligence officer with 20 years active service. His military assignments included Naval Special Warfare, Defense Human Intelligence, the Defense Intelligence Agency and the Office of Naval Intelligence. Post military, he worked as a senior intelligence analyst in the Joint Chiefs of Staff Intelligence Directorate. He has experience in counter-terrorism, counter-proliferation, special warfare and intelligence collection and analysis. He is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and holds a Master of Liberal Arts degree from Tulane University, a Master’s Degree in Military History from the US Army Command and General Staff College, and a doctorate in education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Alabama.
Ed. D. in Higher Education Administration, University of Alabama
MMAS in Military History, United States Army Command and General Staff College
Master of Liberal Arts, Tulane University
B.A. International Studies, Virginia Military Institute
U.S. Military, U.S. Intelligence Community, Intelligence Analysis, Intelligence Collection, International and Domestic Terrorism, Counter-Proliferation, Weapons of Mass Destruction, Military History, Veteran Issues, Higher Education History, History of Antebellum Southern Military Colleges
Tucked behind the Audubon Zoo is a great place to study or relax alongside the Mississippi River. This waterfront portion of Audubon Park is known to locals as ‘The Fly’ and is not too far from the Uptown Tulane campus. You can also watch the sun go down over the river.
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