NWC Employees Nominated, Selected for RI Employees of the Year
The Rhode Island Federal Executive Council recognized NWC employees as nominees for RI Employees of the Year on June 27.
Military Sealift Command's First Officer Robert Foor to attend NWC
Every year, senior civil servants, from organizations such as Military Sealift Command, study alongside military students from all services.
Hoyt Named John N. Brown Chair of Counterterrorism
NWC Professor Dr. Timothy D. Hoyt was named the John N. Brown Chair of Counterterrorism on June 23.
Museum opens Exhibit of Early Printed Maps
The NWC Museum has opened a new exhibition, "Envisioning the World: The First Printed Maps, 1472-1700."
CIWAG Symposium Discusses Threats and Opportunities
Academics, practitioners specializing in irregular warfare and armed groups met to discuss strategic and operational challenges.
NSA Faculty Present Strategy Development Seminar in Mexico City
Members of the Naval War College faculty from the National Security Affairs (NSA) Department, Ambassador John Cloud and Professor Larry McCabe, recently traveled to Mexico City
Roehrig Publishes New Book on North Korea
Dr. Terence Roehrig co-edited "The Survival of North Korea: Essays on Strategy, Economics and International Relations."
Terry Metz Named University Librarian at Washington and Lee
Terry Metz, library director and a professor at NWC, has been named University librarian at Washington and Lee University.
NWC Facilitates Deterrence and Escalation “Echo” Game for Deputy Commander, United States Strategic Command
War Gaming Department conducted a Deterrence and Escalation Game and Review (DEGRE) at the Dougherty Conference Center
Non-International Armed Conflict Reviewed at Naval War College International Law Conference
Speakers during the conference analyzed the state of the law applicable to the many facets of NIAC.
Mexico and US Naval War College War Gamers Collaborate in Mexico
NWC's War Gaming Department presented three-day workshop at CESNAV in Mexico City.
Berbrick Speaks at 79th MORS Symposium in Monterey, CA
Berbrick talks on "Exploring Maritime Cooperative Partnerships Through Analytical Gaming."
Schindler Speaks on Balkans Security Issues
Schindler presented talk on terrorism, extremism at inaugural forum.
Vego Speaks at International Conference in Germany
Speakers address key subjects such as protection of sea lines and potential threats by terrorist attacks, piracy.
Yoshihara Named Inaugural John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies
NWC held event to introduce Toshi Yoshihara as John A. van Beuren Chair of Asia-Pacific Studies, on June 16.
Kraska Publishes Book on Modern Piracy
Introduces issues regarding modern piracy and recent attacks by Somali pirates off the coasts of Africa, Asia.
NWC Faculty Continue Support of East African Maritime Security
Workshop focused on the conditions for anti-piracy maritime strategy
CNO Addresses Naval War College Graduates
Adm. Gary Roughead encouraged graduates to answer the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
2011 Current Strategy Forum Focuses on Energy and U.S. National Security
The event explored the theme of "Energy and the U.S. National Security: Vulnerability and Opportunity."
Top Performers Earn Academic Awards at NWC
More than 30 top-performing students were recognized during the Academic Awards Ceremony, June 9.