2018 General D. Eisenhower National Security Series: College Program

2018 General D. Eisenhower National Security Series: College Program

Political Science and Public Administration

THEME:

FUTURE WARS, PREPAREDENESS, AND MILITARY WELFARE

The theme Future Wars, Preparedness, and Military Welfare will be at the forefront of a panel discussions at the 2018 Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower National Security Series: College Program to be held at the AUM Campus on April 12, 2018. This annual program is coordinated by Dr. Kalu N. Kalu of the Department of Political Science & Public Administration, College of Public Policy & Justice.

The Eisenhower Series College Program is an academic outreach program established by the Department of the Army to encourage dialogue on national security and other public policy issues between personnel and students of the U. S. Army War College and the civilian public, with emphasis on students and faculty at academic institutions throughout the United States. The key objective of the program is to provide a broad and unique series of fora to discuss and debate contemporary and future national security issues; examine and advance ways to focus the instruments of national power more effectively, while broadening the experience of mid-level and senior Army leaders through exposure to diverse issues, institutions, and perspectives. Ultimately, both the officers and the public benefit from an open, honest and frank exchange on significant issues of national and international concern.

 

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018

5.00-6.15.00 pm:
Meet with MPA/MPS Graduate Students

Venue: Taylor Center, Room 222

6.30- 9.30:
PANEL SESSION:
Theme: Future Wars, Preparedness, and Military Welfare

Opening Remarks:
Dr. Keivan Deravi
Dean of College of Public Policy & Justice

PANEL PRESENTATIONS:

  1. Lt. Col. Jonathan Shine: Nuclear Deterrence
  2. Lt. Col. Ryan Montanez: Post Traumatic Stress within Special Operations
  3. Col. Mark McPherson: Why Do Medical Care for the Enemy?

Q & A follows:
Moderator: Col. Daniel J. Cormier, Ph. D, Professor
Department of National Security and Strategy, US Army War College

9.15 pm:
Closing Remarks/Vote of Thanks:  
Dr. Andrew Cortell, Head
Department of Political Science & Public Administration, College of Public Policy & Justice

Refreshments and snacks will be served

 

For more information visit  http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usawc/dnss/eisenhower/eisenhower.htm​ or contact:

Dr. Kalu N. Kalu
University Coordinator
Department of Political Science & Public Administration
College of Public Policy & Justice
334-244-3695
kkalu@aum.edu

or
Shannon Richardson
Administrative Associate
Department of Political Science & Public Administration
College of Public Policy & Justice
334-244-3698
sricha17@aum.edu

Date: 
Thursday, April 12, 2018 - 5:00pm
Location: 
230 Taylor Center