The Professor’s Corner

Welcome to my corner office! If you follow my blog, you already know that I am dual-hatted as both an aspiring author and as an educator. For my day job, I am a professor at the National Defense University and have over 17 years of expertise in the field of weapons of mass destruction (WMD).

Given my passion for teaching and education on WMD issues, I plan to publish free educational resources related to WMD (as time allows). These resources are specifically designed for to students, professors and policymakers who want to learn the fundamentals of WMD, but don’t have a great deal of time to spend.

  • Technical Series on WMD Issues:  This series is designed to inform students, professors and policymakers on the technical aspects of WMD.
    • The first issue, entitled The Basics of the Atom, was published in August 2016. If you’re interested in subscribing to this series, click here.
    • If you would prefer not to provide your email address (for the subscription), you may request to join the Nuclear Spin Cycle Facebook Group. I will post the series there as well.
  • Film and WMD Series: This series is designed to support professors who are interested in using film to teach on WMD issues.
    • The first issue, Dr. Strangelove and deterrence, was published in August 2016. If you’re interested in subscribing to this series, click here.
      • If you would prefer not to provide your email address (for the subscription), you may request to join the Nuclear Spin Cycle Facebook Group. I will post the series there as well.
  • WMD Cheat Sheets: This series is designed to serve as study guides for students on key WMD topics and handouts for professors to give out in class. The two-pagers will contain the most important information to know about a topic.

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lucySuggestions? I am happy to take recommendations on topics that are of interest to students or professors. Please feel free to comment below.

Need advice? If you would like advice on paper topics, syllabus design, etc., the doctor is in the office.

Guest author? If you’re interested in being a guest author on any of my series above, please let me know.

 

The views expressed in this blog are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the National Defense University, the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government.