Responsibilities. The post-doctoral teaching and research fellowship is an anticipated vacancy for a one-year appointment renewable by the Strategy and Policy Department for a second year. The position’s teaching requirement is two seminars of the Strategy & War course is currently taught in the winter trimester from November to February (overall 0-2-0 load). Seminars in the common curriculum average 12 professional students who are mid-career officers and civilian government employees. Seminars are team-taught by a civilian academic and a military faculty member. In the other terms, fellows are expected to work on their own research and participate in the intellectual life of the department and college. Expectations are high in both teaching and research. Anticipated starting date is August/September 2021.

Qualifications. Qualified candidates must have a recent Ph.D. or have defended their dissertation at the time of appointment. A doctorate in International Relations, International Security Affairs, Political Economy, Regional Studies, Diplomatic and International History, War Studies, Naval/ Maritime History, or Military History or a related field is highly desired. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and capable of obtaining a secret security clearance.

Applicants must reference VA#NWC-21-06 and forward their application package to: [email protected]

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Laura Cavallaro
[email protected]
U.S. Naval War College
686 Cushing Road
Newport, 02888