New Teaching Partnerships between Academics and Practitioners

Looking out to 2021, the National Security College is undertaking a review of our Master of National Security Policy curriculum with a view to introducing stronger teaching partnerships between our academic staff and experienced practitioners.

We are seeking to establish an ‘expressions of interest register’ for members of the national security community who would like to be considered for co-teaching or guest lecturing opportunities within the degree. Doctoral qualifications will be highly valued. Interested officials should contact the NSC Chief Operating Officer, Sharon Dean (sharon.dean@anu.edu.au)

Applicants for the Masters Teaching EOI Register should be provided to EA.Head.NSC@anu.edu.au by COB 7 February 2020 including:

  • a CV
  • a description of their general areas of expertise.
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