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The National Defense University was Norfolk, VA, an institution educating established by the Department of
mid-career officers, was incorporated Defense on January 16, 1976, thereby into the National Defense University. merging the Industrial College of the This action united the Department of Armed Forces and the National War Defense's three joint colleges under one College to form a university. Because the university and allowed coordination of two senior service colleges are located at the curricula and professional Fort McNair, Washington, DC, their development of its students and the close affiliation reduces administrative sharing of its resources. costs, provides for the sharing of faculty The mission of the National Defense expertise and educational resources, and University is to ensure excellence in promotes a constructive dialog, which professional military education and benefits both colleges. On August 16, research in the essential elements of 1981, the Armed Forces Staff College in national security.
For further information, contact the Administrative Office, National Defense University, Building 62, 300 Fifth Avenue, Fort McNair, Washington, DC 20319–5066. Phone, 202-685–3958.
The National War College
Dean of Students/Executive Officer
REAR ADM. MICHAEL A. MCDEVITT,
The National War College provides education in national security policy to selected military officers and career civil service employees of Federal departments and agencies concerned with national security. It is the only senior service college with the primary mission of offering a course of study that emphasizes national security policy
formulation and the planning and implementation of national strategy.
its 10-month academic program is an issue-centered study in U.S. national security. The elective program is designed to permit each student to tailor his academic experience to meet individual professional development needs.
For further information, contact the Department of Administration, The National War College, Building 61, 300 D Street, Fort McNair, Washington, DC 20319-5078. Phone, 202-685-4312.
Industrial College of the Armed Forces
MA). GEN. JOHN S. COWINGS, USA The Industrial College of the Armed Forces is the Nation's leading educational institution for the study of the resources component of national power and its integration into national security strategy. The College prepares selected military and civilians for senior
leadership positions by conducting postgraduate executive-level courses of study and associated research. Its 10month academic program is organized into two semesters: focusing on national security strategy and management of natural resources, respectively.
For further information, contact the Director of Administration, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, Building 59, 408 Fourth Avenue, Fort McNair, Washington, DC 20319-5062. Phone, 202-685_4333.
Armed Forces Staff College
Norfolk, VA 23511-1702
BRIG. GEN. ROGER E. CARLTON,
Chief of Staff
The Armed Forces Staff College (AFSC), combined operational planning and a major component of the National warfare to instill a primary commitment Defense University, is an intermediate- of joint teamwork, attitudes, and and senior-level joint college in the
perspectives. The College accomplishes professional military education system dedicated to the study of the principles,
this mission through three schools: the
Joint and Combined Warfighting School perspectives, and techniques of joint and combined operational planning and
(CWS), the Joint and Combined Staff warfare.
Officer School (JCSOS), and the Joint The mission of AFSC is to educate staff Command, Control, and Electronic officers and other leaders in joint and Warfare School (CEWS).
For further information, contact the Department of Academic Affairs, Armed Forces Staff College, 7800 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, VA 23511-1702. Phone, 804 444–5074. Fax, 804 444–5422.
Information Resources Management College
JEROME F. SMITH, JR.
The Information Resources Management College (IRMC) was established on March 1, 1990, as a full college of the National Defense University. It provides graduate-level courses in information resources management. The College prepares senior DOD officials for joint
management of the information resources component of national power and its integration with, and support to, national strategy
The College's curriculum is designed to provide a forum where senior Defense professionals—interacting with the
faculty-not only gain knowledge, qualifications, and competencies for Defense IRM leadership, but contribute to the growth and excellence of the field itself. The premier offering of the college is the 14-week Advanced Management Program (AMP), which is supplemented by a number of advanced studies courses available to students in all
colleges of the National Defense University. Additionally, the College offers a series of intensive courses related to specific problematic areas and emerging concepts of IRM, and special symposia, seminars, and workshops focusing on critical IRM issues and directions.
For further information, contact the Registrar, Information Resources Management College, Building 62, 300 Fifth Avenue, Fort McNair, Washington, DC 20319-5066. Phone, 202-685-3892.
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences 4301 Jones Bridge Road, Bethesda, MD 20814-4799 Phone, 301-295-3030
JAMES A. ZIMBLE, M.D.
Authorized by act of September 21, 1972 (10 U.S.C. 2112), the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences was established to educate career-oriented medical officers for the Military Departments and the Public Health Service.
The University currently incorporates the F. Edward Hebert School of Medicine (including graduate and continuing education programs) and the Graduate School of Nursing. It is located on the National Naval Medical Center (NNMC) reservation in Bethesda, MD.
Students are selected by procedures recommended by the Board of Regents and prescribed by the Secretary of Defense. The actual selection is carried out by a faculty committee on admissions and is based upon motivation and dedication to a career in the uniformed services and an overall
appraisal of the personal and intellectual characteristics of the candidates without regard to sex, race, religion, or national origin. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.
Medical school matriculants will be commissioned officers in one of the uniformed services. They must meet the physical and personal qualifications for such a commission and must give evidence of a strong commitment to serving as a uniformed medical officer. The graduating medical student is required to serve a period of obligation of not less than 7 years, excluding graduate medical education.
Students of the Graduate School of Nursing must be commissioned officers of the Army, Navy, Air Force, or Public Health Service prior to application. Graduate nursing students must serve a commitment determined by their respective service.
For further information, contact the President, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, 4301 Jones Bridge Road, Bethesda, MD 20814_4799. Phone, 301-295-3030.
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 600 Independence Avenue SW., Washington, DC 20202 Phone, 202–708-5366
RICHARD W. RILEY
MICHELLE L. DOYLE NORMAN HALL THOMAS R. BLOOM DIANNE VAN RIPER
JOHN P. HIGGINS, JR.
SECRETARY OF EDUCATION
Chief of Staff
Director, Office of Public Affairs
Director, Planning and Evaluation Service
Director, Budget Service
Director, Information Resources Group
Director, Quality Workplace Group Assistant Secretary for Intergovernmental and
Analysis, and Management Services Assistant Inspector General for Improvement
Director, Congressional Affairs Staff General Counsel Deputy General Counsel for Postsecondary
and Departmental Service Deputy General Counsel for Program Service Deputy General Counsel for Regulations and
Deputy Assistant Secretary
STEVEN Y. WINNICK JAMIENNE S. STUDLEY
NORMA CANTU RAYMOND C. PIERCE ANNE C. YORKE, Acting
SHARON P. ROBINSON
CHARLES E. HANSEN
ROBERT KLASSEN BLANE K. DESSY CYNTHIA DORFMAN EVE BITHER, Acting
JOSEPH CONATY, Acting
JUDITH ANDERSON, Acting
NAOMI KARP, Acting
EDWARD FUENTES, Acting
DAVID BOESEL, Acting
JUDITH E. HEUMANN
HOWARD R. MOSES THOMAS HEHIR KATHERINE D. SEELMAN
FREDRIC K. SCHROEDER
Director, Library Programs
Achievement, Curriculum, and
of At-Risk Students
Childhood Development and Education
Finance, Policymaking, and
Education, Libraries, and Lifelong
Minority Languages Affairs
Planning, and Innovation
Financial Assistance Programs
GERALD N. TIROZZI
MARY JEAN LETENDRE
PATRICIA W. MCNEIL, Acting
DAVID A. LONGANECKER MAUREEN MCLAUGHLIN
CHARLES H. KARELIS
ELIZABETH M. HICKS
VERA C. WINKLER
LINDA L. PAULSEN
CAROLYN J. SEIFERT, Acting MARIANNE PHELPS
BONNIE L. LEBOLD