A. Scott, Jr., Ph.D.
Harold Scott became Deputy
Director of the Bunche Center in January 2001. He was
previously a faculty member at the Graduate School of Public
and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh.
Previous to that appointment he was lecturer at Carnegie
Mellon Chatham College and an intern at the RAND Corporation
in Santa Monica California. His
published research ha focused primarily on intelligence and
U.S. national security policy. Other areas of research
interest include the areas of history in public policy.
Other areas of research include the uses of history in public
policy, the impact of advanced computing techniques on public
policy and public policy education. Harold Scott received
his PhD. in Applied History and Social Science from Carnegie
Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA and a B.A. in History from
Clark-Atlanta in Atlanta, GA.