Wisecup Unveils Traditional President’s Portrait
The departing NWC President, Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup joined an informal gathering to unveil his portrait.
Dew Speaks at Oxford Programme on the Changing Character of War Conference
Dr. Andrea Dew lectured on “Inspirational, Aspirational, and Operational Heroes: How and Why Terror Groups Recruit."
Christenson Assumes Command of Naval War College
Rear Adm. John N. Christenson relieved Rear Adm. James P. ‘Phil’ Wisecup.
COSL Faculty Recognized by R.I. Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve
Professors Thomas Bayley and Richard Findlay were honored as nominees for the Freedom Award.
Schindler speaks at CJCS Conference
Dr. John R. Schindler kicked off this Annual Anti-Terrorism Conference.
Video lecture on China's anti-ship ballistic missile available online
Dr. Andrew Erickson conducts research for the China Maritime Studies Institute.
Roehrig’s Insights on North Korea WMD Threat Included in Book
Dr. Terence Roehrig's chapter is entitled "The Role of the ROK-US Navies in Confronting North Korea's WMD Threat."
Naval War College Presidency to Change Hands
Rear Adm. John N. Christenson becomes the 53rd
president of the Naval War College on March 30.
Alvi Speaks at ISA Annual Convention
NWC Professors Publish Book on U.S.-China Maritime Relations
“China, the United States, and 21st
-Century Sea Power” explores areas of mutual maritime interest between the United States and the People’s Republic of China.
NWC Professor Visits Caribbean Command & Staff College
Larry McCabe recently traveled to Jamaica to discuss U.S.-Caribbean relations and security issues with Caribbean students.
NWC International Students Celebrate Culture
Students from 47 countries performed for each other, friends, family, and members of the NWC community.
NWC President Posts Last Journal Entry
Rear Adm. Phil Wisecup bids farewell.
NWC Faculty Member Named as White House Fellows Program Candidate
Lt. Cmdr. Theodore Johnson, a member of the Assist and Assess Team, was identified as one of 120 regional candidates nationwide.
National Security Affairs Professors Talk in California About Global Transition
Several Professors from the Naval War College’s National Security Affairs department will travel to the College of San Mateo in the San Francisco area March 26 and 27 to talk about the transition from a U.S.-dominated world to leaderless realm.
Faculty to Speak at Local Lectures
Four faculty at the U.S. Naval War College are speaking locally at “Great Decisions Series,” a sequence of lectures aimed at encouraging discussion about important contemporary global issues.
NWC Publishes Global Shipping Game Report
The game explored expansion of trade capabilities in Central America and the Arctic
NWC Holds Annual Breakfast on Capitol Hill
The event brings together members of Congress, congressional staffers, senior flag officers and distance education students.
NWC Installs Wind Turbine at Schonland Hall
The turbine is expected to generate energy for about two percent of Schonland’s annual electrical consumption.
Professor Alvi to Speak at Newport's Redwood Library
“The Winds of Democracy and Change in the Arab Middle East”
on March 10.