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The Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) Chair, working under the supervision of the Provost, assists War College faculty in integrating WPS issues and topics into all aspects of the core professional military education curriculum; coordinates with the WPS Communities of Interest both internal and external to the College; develops and teaches electives in the field of WPS and directs scholarly attention to the WPS agenda as the subject relates to national and international security; assists in the collection, analysis, and reporting requirements of WPS data as required.
Professor Schechter is an instructor in the Strategic and Operational Research Department and a founding faculty member of the Cyber and Innovation Policy Institute. His research interests include cyber, wargaming and political psychology. His recent work has focused on experimental wargaming and methods for cyber wargaming. Prior to joining the U.S. Naval War College, he was a research specialist supporting the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
Lawler has been a member of the Wargaming Department since 2016, where he helps to design, develop, execute and analyze war games. He was previously a research analyst involved in the college’s Halsey Alfa Advanced Research Project. A retired naval aviator (EA-6Bs), his sea tours included carrier deployments, combat operations, and operational command. Other assignments included a joint tour for the Office of Secretary of Defense, director of Operational Test and Evaluation, and as the chief of staff for Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group Five. He also served as the director of Naval War College’s Operational Level Programs and chief of its Assist and Assess Team.