Minh A. Luong
Minh recently retired from his positions as Assistant Director of International Security Studies at Yale University, a center for teaching and research in international, diplomatic, and military affairs and founding Associate Director of the Brady-Johnson Center in Grand Strategy which runs Yale’s calendar-year graduate strategic leadership training program, Studies in Grand Strategy. He held faculty appointments in the history and political science departments, and served two terms as International Affairs Council Fellow at the Yale Center for International and Area Studies where he taught graduate courses in the IR Masters Program. Most recently, he served as Faculty Fellow in the Yale School of Management (SOM).
Dr. Luong has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in international business, economic espionage, national and international security, grand strategy, public policy, negotiations, sustainable development, crisis management as well as intelligence studies. At the Yale School of Management, he taught in the International Experience Program, a center piece of the recently revised MBA curriculum that culminates in a 2-week overseas industry and leadership tour. In retirement, Dr. Luong continues told an adjunct faculty appointment at Brown University where he has taught leadership and international relations courses since 2005. Dr. Luong lectures extensively on international trends and threats, leadership and management development, strategic planning and execution, business intelligence, industrial espionage, crisis management, and other security and intelligence-related issues. Dr. Luong started his career at the University of California at Berkeley and at Stanford University. He holds a Ph.D. Political Science, Brown University. Languages: English, Chinese, Vietnamese.