Dr. Clark Groves

Associate Professor, National Security Industrial Base Department

Eisenhower School

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Dr. Clark Groves is an Associate Professor in the National Security and Industrial Base (NSIB) department at the Eisenhower School (ES) at National Defense University (NDU) in Washington DC. He is the faculty lead for the Space & Counterspace Industry Studies program, one of 18 industrial area studies in the college. He also directs the Science & Technology Policy course within the Senior Acquisition Course (SAC) concentration program. Prior to joining the faculty at the Eisenhower School (previously the Industrial College of the Armed Forces), Dr. Groves served in the United States Air Force, achieving the rank of Colonel before retiring after nearly 28 years of service. His military career centered on scientific and technical duties related to spacecraft acquisition and support to space operations. He has operational and staff experience at major command, headquarters, and interagency levels. Dr. Groves received his Ph.D. in space physics from Utah State University, and is a distinguished graduate of the Eisenhower School at NDU, including the Senior Acquisition Course certificate from Defense Acquisition University. He is a member of the American Geophysical Union, the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the Midwest Association of Public Opinion Researchers.