On Wednesday, March 19th, 2019, Gary will be discussing the U.S. media, national security and the disclosure of classified information as part of the 'Professors and Pints' lecture series in Washington D.C. The series invites Professors from local universities to speak outside the classroom on a wide-range of topics.
Saturday, February 2, 2019
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) Speaker Series - "The Media and National Security"
On September 19, 2018, Gary was the guest lecturer for the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) Speaker Series. The lecture, held at NCSC Headquarters, Bethesda, MD, was also simulcast to Office of the Director of National Intelligence Headquarters, Tysons Corner, VA.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
University of Texas
joins several other universities; including Princeton, Harvard, Boston University
and the by adding
Watchmen to the syllabus for their LBJ School of Public Affairs course
'Intelligence and National Security Decision-making'. University
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Boston University joins several other universities; including Princeton, Harvard, and the University of Georgia by adding Watchmen to the syllabus for their International Relations course 'Intelligence and Democratic Society'.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
2015 American Bar Association conference, "Government Surveillance and Privacy: Have We Reached a Tipping Point?"
On June 11th, 2015,
participated in the Gary conference, "Government Surveillance
and Privacy: Have We Reached a Tipping Point?". The conference, co-hosted by the ABA
Committee on Law and National Security and the NY County Lawyers' Association was held in ABA . Other presenters at the conference
included Dana Priest, Washington Post Investigative Reporter, Jameel Jaffer, Director,
ACLU's Center for Democracy, and Robert Litt, General Counsel, Office of the
Director of National Intelligence. New York, NY
Friday, December 12, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
"His work is the first statement in what will hopefully emerge as a robust discussion regarding effective measures to deal with future leaks, particularly in the ever-changing landscape of journalism."
"Although the topic of leaks can evince a mountain of bias and emotion from those involved in either side of the leak, Ross does a fine job of remaining objective and thorough throughout the book. He effectively assesses all involved actors' motivations and skillfully explains the process of leaks without demonizing any of them."
International Journal of Intelligence Ethics, Vol. 4, No. 1