B.S. Engineering, United States Military Academy (West Point)
M.A. English & American Literature, Auburn University
Ph.D. Government and Politics, University of Maryland
Dr. Dave McIntyre is the Chief Academic Officer at The National Graduate School of Quality Management. He also is the former director of the Integrative Center for Homeland Security at Texas A&M University. Dr. McIntyre taught homeland security and terrorism at the Bush School of Government and Public Services at Texas A&M and directed the graduate Certificate in Homeland Security program. He has been nominated by President Bush for membership on the National Security Education Board. He serves on the steering committee of the Homeland Security/Defense Educational Consortium which includes more than 150 universities. A nationally recognized analyst and teacher specializing in national and homeland security, Dr. McIntyre is a 30-year Army veteran, who has been designing and teaching national and homeland security strategy at senior levels of government for more than 20 years. Between 2001 and 2003, Dr. McIntyre served as deputy director of the ANSER Institute for Homeland Security, the nation’s only not-for-profit think tank focused solely on homeland security. In 2001, Dr. McIntyre retired from the U.S. military after serving as the dean of faculty at the National War College. He also served in the Office of the Army Chief of Staff and as the speechwriter for the commander of all U.S. forces in the Asia-Pacific region.