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William B. Quandt

Professor of Politics

University of Virginia

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University of Virginia

580 Massie Road

Charlottesville, Virginia,22903

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Position, Department of Social Science

RAND Corporation


Foundation for Middle East Peace


American Academy of Arts and Sciences


American Iranian Council

Board Member

The Ron Brown Scholar Program

Board Member

Nixon and Carter National Security Council


Washington Institute for Near East Policy


Pluto Journals

Advisory Board Of Editor

Brookings Institution

Senior Fellow In the Foreign Policy Studies Program

National Security Council


Arab Studies Quarterly

Advisory Board of Editor

Council on African American Affairs , Inc.

Summer Research Fellow

Council on Foreign Relations


Social Science Research Council

Chairman of the Joint Committee




international relations





Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Political Science


Web References(196 Total References)

- Foundation for Middle East Peace [cached]

William B. Quandt is Professor Emeritus of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he taught courses on the Middle East and U.S. foreign policy for over two decades.
Prior to his appointment, he was a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program at the Brookings Institution. Dr. Quandt also served as a staff member on the National Security Council (1972-1974, 1977-1979), where he was actively involved in the negotiations that led to the Camp David Accords and the Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and serves on the Board of Trustees of the American University in Cairo.

Leadership - American Iranian Council - AIC - A Platform for Dialogue [cached]

William B Quandt
Professor University of Virginia

The Ron Brown Scholar Program [cached]

William also had the privilege to be advised by UVA's Vice Provost for International Affairs, Dr. Bill Quandt, who helped broker the historic peace negotiations between the Egyptians and Israelis during the Camp David Accords.Under Dr. Quandt's guidance, William successfully earned Dean's List throughout most of his undergraduate career.He later received the Institute for International Public Policy Fellowship, a nationally competitive, five-year fellowship that provides minority students with leadership skills and relevant coursework necessary to enter the field of international affairs. In his first year, William was selected as a summer research fellow for the Council on African American Affairs, Inc.In his sophomore year, he served as a Resident Staff member, Peer Advisor, Career Peer Educator, and reactivated and presided over the Eta Sigma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.While excelling both in and out of the classroom, William nonetheless worked his way through college to support himself at the UVA Phonathon where he raised over $240,000 for the University, ranked as the top non-management student fundraiser.Consequently, William was inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, National Dean's List, Omicron Delta Kappa National Honor Society and the Order of Omega, a national Greek honor society. As a fourth year student, William lived on the prestigious Lawn, the world-renowned historic campus designed by UVA's founder, Thomas Jefferson.After graduation, William served as a resident staff member at UVA's Darden Graduate School of Business for the national Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program--a Wharton-based program seeking to interest gifted and talented minority high school students in business careers. In August 2005, William moved to Philadelphia to work at Vanguard, one of the leading and most respected investment management firms in the world.Accepting a position in the company's "Acceleration into Management (AIM) Program," William enjoyed four rotations through several departments, including High Net Worth Retail Services, Marketing, Retail Sales, and Payroll.After earning his Series 6,7,24, & 63 NASD licenses, William managed a team of traders in Vanguard's Brokerage Services at their satellite office in Charlotte, NC.In July 2007, he started a new career with Wachovia Securities and is now an officer and undergraduate diversity recruiter for its Corporate & Investment Banking division. William continues to give back to the community.Today, William serves on the board of directors for the Ron Brown Scholars Alumni Association, the Council on African American Affairs, the Madison House Alumni Council, and the United Way of Central Carolina's Community Investment Volunteer Committee.He's also active with the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, the Urban League, the UVA Alumni Association, the National Association of African American HR Professionals, the National Black MBA Association, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.Although William works full-time, he remains a champion of financial literacy and mentorship and continues to serve as a role model to resilient, at-risk youth everywhere.

Editors @ Pluto Journals [cached]

William Quandt, University of Virginia

MEI [cached]

William B. Quandt, who holds the Byrd Chair in Government and Foreign Affairs at the University of Virginia, discussed the present situation in Algeria.
He described the situation there as especially opaque, because there are no longer two sides that can negotiate peace. The Armed Islamic Group, for example, is no longer responsive to a central Islamist authority. Quandt rejected theories about the Algerian government's complicity in the violence, but he noted that the regime can be faulted for failing to protect its citizens. Ending on a positive note, Quandt cited both the Islamic Salvation Front cease-fire offer and the recent elections as possible signs of progress.

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