COL Robert Duggleby, USA (Ret.)
Colonel (Retired) Robert W. Duggleby, Jr. began working as a senior faculty member for the Emergency Management and Homeland Security program in July 2015, following a 30-year career in the United States Army. He holds a Master of Arts degree in Russian and East European Studies from Florida State University, and a Master of Science degree in National Security Policy from the United States Army War College. Fluent in Russian, Robert has served in many capacities around the globe, to include assignments as the United States Senior Defense Official, Defense and Army Attaché in Tashkent, Uzbekistan and in Budapest, Hungary. His last active military assignment was as the senior Army instructor at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Garmisch, Germany.
COL (Ret.) Duggleby’s research and interest areas include global and national security, international and multilateral planning and operations, strategic intelligence policy and application, and defense cooperation. His approach to the classroom is focused on applying practical knowledge and experience to academic research in addressing the most important aspects of intelligence and security issues. COL (Ret.) Duggleby is the office lead for intelligence internships at the United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), the Joint Interagency Task Force – South (JIATFS), and the George C. Marshall Center, and is the co-director for the program’s Certificate for Intelligence Studies (CIS) and Intelligence Studies Program. His courses include United States Intelligence Policy, Global Security and Fusion, Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security; Policy and Practice.
An expert at operational and strategic planning, COL (Ret.) Duggleby will be instrumental in liaising and working between federal and state military (National Guard) officials in any capacity—whether it be an exercise or real-world response or operation. His skills are also utilized to consult at senior levels between civilian and military officials. He is also the office lead for engagement with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and is pursuing opportunities to apply for DIA grants toward FSU becoming an Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence (CAE).
COL (Ret.) Duggleby is currently building an Intelligence Immersion Studies program for FSU’s International Programs department, which he will lead and teach beginning summer 2019. He also assists the Director of the International Affairs Department in a Regional Security International Program in Dubrovnik, Croatia each summer.
In addition to his academic and programmatic work, COL (Ret.) Duggleby also serves on FSU’s Fulbright Scholarship Selection Committee, and is the University’s faculty advisor for the Collegiate Veteran’s Association, and serves on the Dean’s committee for enhancing the college experience for student veterans.Faculty and Staff