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The University of South Florida is now ranked #42 (its highest rank in history!) among all public universities in the United States according to US News & World Report College Rankings
March 1, 2023GNSI News
Tampa's ABC affiliate, WFTS-TV, spoke with our Executive Director, General (Ret) Frank McKenzie, about the ongoing situation with the Chinese Spy Balloon and the US response.
GNSI is excited to announced the appointments for its inaugural Board of Advisors. A group of eight highly-successful leaders who will help guide GNSI into the future.
SkyNews Australia Turns to GNSI Executive Director, General (Ret) Frank McKenzie, for analysis of Chinese Spy Balloon, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and more.
Global and National Security Institute names leading government and defense industry investment banker Rick Knop to be the first Chairman of its Board of Advisors.
January 10, 2023GNSI News
At her inauguration celebration, 8th USF President, Rhea Law, cited the Global and National Security Institute as a vital part of the school's strategic focus for the future.
January 9, 2023GNSI News
Russia's invasion of Ukraine: Implications for the Central Region and Greater Middle East
GNSI Executive Director, General (Ret) Frank McKenzie, joins host Amir Oren on TV7's "Watchmen Talk" to discuss his time as Commander of US Central Command and the future of the region.
General (Ret) Frank McKenzie delivers keynote address to Carvercon 2022 at the University of South Florida.
November 4, 2022GNSI News
The White House releases new National Security Strategy for 2022.
October 12, 2022Global and National Security Sector News
GNSI Executive Director General (Ret) Frank McKenzie appears on CBS Sunday Morning Show, Face the Nation with Margaret Brennan. He discusses the one year anniversary of the withdrawal from Afghanistan.
September 9, 2022GNSI News
University of South Florida forms new Global and National Security Institute and picks former Commander of U.S. Central Command, General (Ret) Frank McKenzie to lead it.