NORTHFIELD, Vt. — Two Norwich University professors have been selected to attend the prestigious Army War College National Security Seminar, June 6 to 9 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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Dr. Tara Kulkarni

Dr. Travis Morris, an associate professor of criminology and criminal justice, director of the John and Mary Frances Patton Peace and War Center and director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Dr. Tara Kulkarni, P.E., an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Center for Global Resilience and Security were chosen to join 160 guests of this final portion of the Army War College’s resident students.

The National Security Seminar is a four-day event in which Army War College students along with invited guests examine current national security issues, exchange candid dialogue and network with future military leaders.\

“The entire Norwich University community joins me in congratulating Dr. Tara Kulkarni and Dr. Travis Morris on their selection for this summer’s Army War College seminar,” Norwich University President Mark Anarumo said. “To have not only one, but two Norwich members selected is testament to our incredibly talented faculty. 

“I am very familiar with the Army War College program as a world-class experience that will benefit not only Dr. Kulkarni and Dr. Morris, but all of Norwich.”

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Dr. Travis Morris

According to the nominating letter: “Established in 1954 … NSS allows students and selected guests to examine national security issues through presentation by distinguished speakers and the exchange of candid dialogue. The four-day event exposes our students to a diverse cross-sections of America, allowing them to better understand the society they serve.

“NSS guests also gain from the experience, as they share in the exploration of issues and are introduced to future leaders of the American armed forces and government departments, as well as International Fellows and the Army War College’s Faculty."

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