Henley-Putnam University Dean Colonel Susie S. Kuilan Confirmed for Promotion to Brigadier General: Correction

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Henley-Putnam University is honored to announce that Dean Susie Kuilan has been nominated and confirmed for promotion to Brigadier General. Dr. Kuilan will be assigned as Deputy Commander (Operations) (Troop Program Units), 200th Military Police Command, Fort Meade, Maryland.

Dr. Kuilan is currently the Assistant Division Commander, for the 102nd Training Division (Maneuver Support) at Fort Leonard Wood. She has been nominated and confirmed for promotion. Promotion will be effective 1 May 2018.

When asked about Dr. Kuilan, Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Amy DiMaio, commented, "Dr. Kuilan is an invaluable part of Henley-Putnam University because of her applied experience in the field, service, and depth of knowledge in the profession. We congratulate her on this impressive and well-earned promotion, and we are honored to have her on the H-PU team."

The Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr. Barbara Burke, describes Dean Kuilan as, "...a true strategic security professional. Susie is committed to leading and educating others about prevention and deterrence as key concepts to national security and greater global understanding. By any metric Susie is top notch, and her continued military service and this promotion are outstanding examples of that truth."

Dr. Kuilan’s previous military positions include the inaugural holder of the John Parker Chair for Reserve Component Studies at the US Army War College and Military Fellow for Chief of Staff of the Army’s Strategic Studies Group. She has served in multiple positions in the 102ndDivision (Maneuver Support) as a Brigade Commander, Deputy Brigade Commander, Battalion Commander and Battalion Operations Officer. She deployed with the Logistics Civilian Augmentation Program Support Unit (LOGCAP) out of Fort Belvoir, Virginia to Camp Bucca, Iraq as the LOGCAP Support Officer.

As a civilian, Dr. Kuilan has held numerous instructor positions at various universities including Arkansas Tech University, University of Arkansas, and Northwestern State University (Louisiana). She has numerous publications primarily on southern literature and African-American literature.
Dr. Kuilan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications, a Master’s degree in English, a Master’s degree in Strategic Studies from the Army War College, and a Doctorate in English from Louisiana State University.

Henley-Putnam University delivers vital strategic security information and knowledge via an ideal platform for today’s non-traditional students: through 100% online, accredited courses available 24/7, taught by innovative faculty with real-world intelligence and security experience as well as top-notch academic credentials.

Henley-Putnam runs a new section of its 154+ courses every single month; no wait lists, no requirements to meet at set times, no limitations on learning. Classes are small, and most are taught by operationally-experienced security and intelligence community practitioners. The courses are rigorous, interesting, and relevant. Student surveys of Henley-Putnam graduates consistently show 98-99% satisfaction with its programs, customer service, and academic instruction. BS, MS, and doctoral level degrees, as well as certificates, are available.

Each certificate and degree offered by Henley-Putnam relates directly to careers in intelligence management, counterterrorism, law enforcement, corporate security, military intelligence, and homeland security. The University offers accredited online Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Intelligence Management, Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies, and Strategic Security and Protection Management; a Doctoral Degree in Strategic Security; many different certificate programs at the BS and MS level, and even foreign language courses.

For more information, visit the Henley-Putnam University website (http://www.henley-putnam.edu), e-mail AdmissionsAdvising(at)Henley-Putnam(dot)edu, or call 888.852.8746.

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