Bridging the worlds of liberal arts and military education to the benefit of both
A five year project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Project on Civilian-Military Educational Cooperation facilitates joint projects between educational institutions preparing the next generation of leaders in both sectors. The aim is that members of each group should better understand the other, reducing the “civilian-military gap” that could be a problem for U.S. democracy and society. Read more about the issue in Douglas Stuart’s article for e-IR, “Civil-Military Relations in the U.S.: What Needs to be Done?”
Events so far have included joint seminars, exercises, curriculum development workshops, and social events.
Project Director: Professor Douglas T. Stuart, Dickinson College
Browse our news pages:
- April 2017 Crisis Simulation “Crisis in the South China Sea”
- Photographs from 2016 Iran Crisis Simulation
- Air Academy article on 2016 Crisis Simulation
- Brown University article on the 2016 Crisis Simulation
- 2016 Crisis Simulation Theme
- 2015-2016 Conference Opportunities
- Mellon Simulation 2016 Announcement
- Participants reflecting on their experiences in the Syria and Ukraine crisis simulations
- Video documenting the West Point-Vassar College initiative
- Photographs from the 2015 Ukraine crisis simulation
- An event organized by Brown University and the U.S. Naval War College to discuss the civil-military gap
Here’s an audio teaser of contributions from the Syria and Ukraine panel.
For the full video, follow the first link above.
Discussion & Planning Forum:
Join the discussion forum here, open to students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of participating institutions.
Information on reimbursements and other financial transactions is here.