The primary purpose of this position is to develop curriculum and teach in AWC's new Schriever Space Seminar. This seminar is the initial effort to incorporate Space as a warfighting domain into the current AWC curriculum. Teaching and curriculum development will be in one or more of the following areas: Strategic Leadership, Strategy, Joint Warfighting, Spacepower, National Security and Decision Making, Regional Security Studies, and/or Global Security.Learn more about this agency
Teaches, for the Schriever Space Seminar, Core and elective courses in one or more of the following areas: Strategic Leadership, Strategy, Joint Warfighting, Spacepower, National Security and Decision Making, Regional Security Studies, and/or Global Security. Produces curriculum under PME/AU/AWC/Departmental guidance for core and elective courses including curriculum content, instructional methods/materials, and testing/ evaluation instruments. Provides detailed feedback to students and documentation of student progress. Serves as subject matter and advisor to AWC and AU on subjects of Space as related to curriculum and teaching areas. Engages in professional research and writing in areas of expertise. Actively seeks publication of book manuscripts as well as scholarly works such as articles, monographs, and book reviews for publication in peer-reviewed scholarly journals, professional journals and other outlets. Presents results of research at appropriate conferences and symposia. Supervises and advises student research in course work, research projects and professional studies papers. Serves in faculty positions supporting personnel and programs as determined by Department Chair, Dean of Academic Affairs or AWC Commandant. Participates with other professional military education schools, professional organizations, AF/DoD institutions, universities and colleges for professional development. Delivers lectures, conducts seminars, participates in panel discussions related to AWC curriculum and in area of expertise at various institutions such as other professional military education schools, civilian institutions, and other learned societies. Maintains academic currency by consistently reviewing professional literature and participating in professional associations, as well as, consistently ensuring academic support to all AU organizations for relevant conferences and other events sponsored by these organizations.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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