The College of Information and Cyberspace is one of five colleges at NDU. Its mission is to prepare graduates to lead national security institutions and advance global security in the information environment. The diverse curriculum (delivered in face-to-face, online and hybrid formats) focuses on all aspects of national security and cyber power, information technology, strategic leadership and financial management. The aim is to produce graduates who can enhance an organization's capabilities by innovatively leveraging resources, information, analytics, and technologies to provide solutions and policy that are effective, agile, secure and resilient.
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NDU develops joint warfighters and other national security leaders through rigorous academics, research and engagement to serve the common defense.
This is a Title 10 Excepted Service Appointment. Appointment is not to exceed 3 years with the possibility for extension.
The primary duty of College of Information and Cyberspace faculty is teaching core and elective graduate-level courses for senior leaders from a diverse curriculum that focuses on the information environment and DoD's extensive cyberspace presence from a national security perspective. Other duties include: maintaining academic currency through rigorous scholarship; participating in the development and implementation of the academic program; mentoring students and assessing their academic performance; serving on committees and performing other College leadership duties as assigned; contributing to the professional development of faculty colleagues; and developing and maintaining professional relationships with key stakeholders and decision-makers in Washington, DC and around the world.
Occasional travel - 15% of the time