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Fri, 04/01/2022 - 12:00pm
Ross Guieb
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Executive Director of the Bush Combat Development Complex
Texas A&M University's Rellis Campus
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Col. (Retired) Ross Guieb, Executive Director of the Bush Combat Development Complex (BCDC) at Texas A&M University's Rellis Campus, will provide the overview of the BCDC. During this regionally broadcast introduction to the BCDC, Col. Guieb will discuss the capabilities and engagement strategies with universities and industry. The event is sponsored by The Texas Research Alliance and is hosted by the College of Engineering, University of North Texas.
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Ross Guieb

Col. Ross Guieb provides oversight of a unique ecosystem of state-of-the-art facilities, researchers, staff and faculty, organized and focused to accelerate priority Department of Defense technologies from the lab to the field. This includes developing strategic partnerships across DoD, academia, and the defense industrial base. BCDC represents a more than $200M combined investment from the Texas A&M University System, State of Texas, and Army Futures Command.

A decorated combat veteran, Ross retired in 2020 as a Colonel with 29 years of service in the U.S. Army. As a senior staff executive, Ross played an instrumental role in the development of Army Futures Command and the reorganization of the Army's modernization enterprise, and brings to the Texas A&M University System tremendous insight on how to best support national security research priorities. Ross holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the University of California, a Masters of Arts in Business and Organizational Security Management from Websters University, a Masters of Science in Adult Education from Kansas State University and a Masters of Science in National Security Policy and Resource Strategy from the Eisenhower School at the National War College. He is also a graduate of the FBI Academy, and received professional certification from the University of St Andrews (Scotland) Centre for the Study of Terrorism. Ross was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit (x3), and Bronze Star (x3). Ross was also awarded the Key to the City of London.

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