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Anas Maazouzi, Navy Lieutenant
Lieutenant, Navy

Navy Lieutenant Anas Maazouzi is a Supply Corps officer in the business school’s specialized Petroleum Management (MBA-PM) program.

John Clune, Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force
Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. John Clune is a history student at KU, where he is on a 3-year fast track to get a PhD. specializing in U.S.-African relations.

Youngjun Kim, Captain, Republic of Korean Army
Captain, Republic of Korean Army

Youngjun Kim is an active duty army officer of the Republic of Korean Army and a Permanent Military Professor of International Politics at the Korean National Defense University.

Maj. Matt Schlosser
Maj., USA

U.S. Army Maj. Matt Schlosser is a Foreign Area Officer newly enrolled in KU's 1-year regionally focused M.A. program designed specifically for FAOs.

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The University of Kansas has been educating U.S. Foreign Area Officers for more than 50 years. The interdisciplinary MA program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies at KU is one of the longest established in the nation, having trained more than 60 Foreign Area Officers since 1990. Learn more...

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