Air University's (AU) Center for Strategic Deterrence Studies, an academic center under the Air War College, invites applications from qualified individuals for a faculty position of Assistant Professor. This position educates Air War College and Air Command and Staff College students on political and military deterrence concepts, develops education and curriculum, oversees student field trips, and directs student research on contemporary deterrence policy and strategic issues.
The primary focus of the position is on curriculum development and instruction on strategic deterrence and nuclear deterrence operations to students at the Air War College and Air Command and Staff College. General class size is 8-12 students. Participates in planning, developing, and implementing course content, instructional methods/materials, and testing/evaluation instruments. Provides detailed feedback to students and documentation of student progress. Serves as subject-matter expert and advisor to PME colleges and Air University on subjects of relevance to academic background and teaching area. Makes recommendations on educational methods, program content, course organization, lesson development, lecture subjects, lecturers, integration of state-of-the-art technology applications, and other areas of curriculum development. Guides, stimulates discussion, and evaluates participation and contribution of students.
Advises student research on major research projects (professional study papers). In collaboration with other faculty, ensures research studies are conducted in line with the latest US military and DoD policies. Pursues individual research in the area of expertise, writes scholarly works such as articles, monographs, and book reviews for external peer-reviewed publications, broadens and deepens personal knowledge to maintain intellectual leadership.
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