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John Deutch

TENURE AS DIRECTOR:
10 May 1995–15 December 1996


BIRTH:
27 July 1938, Brussels, Belgium


EDUCATION:
Amherst College, B.A., 1961; Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), B.S., 1961, Ph.D., 1965


APPOINTED:
19 March 1995 by President William J. Clinton; confirmed by Senate, 9 May 1995; sworn in, 10 May 1995


DEPUTY DIRECTOR:
Adm. William O. Studeman, 10 May 1995–3 July 1995; George J. Tenet, 3 July 1995 through remainder of Dr. Deutch’s tenure


EARLIER CAREER:

  • Became US citizen, 1945
  • Systems Analyst, Department of Defense, 1961-65
  • Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Princeton University, 1966-69
  • MIT faculty, 1970-77 and 1980-93: Professor of Chemistry, Chairman of Chemistry Department, Dean of Science, Provost
  • Director of Energy Research, Acting Assistant Secretary for Energy Technology, and Under Secretary, US Department of Energy, 1977-80
  • Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, 1993-94
  • Deputy Secretary of Defense, 1994-95


LATER CAREER:
Institute Professor of Chemistry, MIT


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