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Join fellow National Defense University graduates for a unique opportunity to discuss critical security issues in the world and connect with former classmates and colleagues.
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Save the Date: NDU's International Alumni Continuing Education Seminar in Washington, D.C.

By Simone Bak

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NDU's next International Alumni Security Seminar

NDU is pleased to announce our next Continuing Education Seminar and Alumni Reunion to be held in Washington, D.C. the week of September 18-22, 2017.  The event will include three days of academic sessions led by NDU faculty, presentations and panels by key leaders and alumni experts, plus many networking and social opportunities.    

This will be NDU's fifth Quadrennial Alumni Reunion in Washington D.C.  Nearly two hundred alumni from all over the world attended the last event in 2013.  The seminar is a unique opportunity to join with other graduates to discuss critical security issues in an academic environment and to connect with former classmates and the University.  Graduates of all five NDU colleges – the College for International Security Affairs (CISA), the Eisenhower School (formerly Industrial College of the Armed Forces), Information Resources Management College (iCollege), Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC), and the National War College (NWC) – are welcome to attend.  We will also be inviting select fellow U.S. graduates.

It is time to tap into a powerful network of over 2000 NDU alumni, including dozens of current and former Chiefs of Defense, Chiefs of Service, and Ministers and Ambassadors from across the globe to address critical issues in international security and renew lasting friendships.

More detailed information to follow.  Look for an email in the coming weeks requesting your inputs to make this world-class event both professionally and personally rewarding.  If you have questions or suggestions regarding the event please event POCs.


POCs

Jorge Ascunce, Colonel USMC (Ret.)

International Student Management Office

Jorge.ascunce@ndu.edu

Jorge.ascunce@gc.ndu.edu

T: 202-685-4239


Ms. Simone Bak

International Visits Program Manager

International Student Management Office

simone.k.bak.civ@ndu.edu

T:202-685-4240