Archive: Faculty, Staff, and Student News

U.S. Naval War College is home to many dynamic programs with a focus on military strategy, foreign relations and ethical leadership. Below is an archive of past faculty, staff, and student news items.

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U.S. Naval War College with yellow flowers in spring.

Welcome Incoming Students, Class of Spring 2022

May. 22, 2020
U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs

Congratulations on being selected to attend the U.S. Naval War College (NWC)! The NWC faculty and staff look forward to your arrival and the opportunity to get to know you and work with you during your time here.

In a May 7 online seminar, Army Capt. Jesse Edwards discusses "His Bunkie," a drawing by World War I artist William James Aylward.

Teaching During COVID: Art and War Seminar Brings Museum to Students and Seniors

May. 20, 2020
Jeanette Steele, U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs

A Naval War College course that uses art and poetry to study war is known for its fantastic field trips. They include the Artillery Museum in Newport, Brown University’s Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection, the USS Constitution Museum and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.

Students in a classroom

Application Period Opens for Fleet Seminar Program

Apr. 01, 2020
Jeanette Steele, U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs

The U.S. Naval War College will begin accepting applications April 1 for new and returning students in the Fleet Seminar Program for the academic year beginning in September 2020.

Cmdr. Robert Nelson, chaplain, gives the benediction during a U.S. Naval War College graduation ceremony, March 3.

U.S. Naval War College Awards 57 Degrees in March Graduation

Mar. 04, 2020
Jeanette Steele, U.S. Naval War College Public Affairs

Fifty-seven U.S. military officers graduated with Master of Arts degrees from the U.S. Naval War College on March 3, concluding a year’s study of national security issues and defense strategy.