The pilot course, Gender Mainstreaming in the Security Sector, was held May 7 - 11, 2012, in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, at the Peace Support Operations Training Centre.
The NPS Core Principles in Cyber Security and Cyber War workshop was held May 10 - 11, 2012, at the Port Hueneme Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Port Hueneme, California.
Faculty from the Naval Postgraduate School instructed the three-day Building Integrity: Cost Benefit Analysis Workshop from March 26 - 28 in Yerevan, Armenia. Organized by the USPTC Program Office, the workshop was instructed by Dr. Dan Nussbaum, Visiting Professor in the Operations Research Department, and Dr. Diana Angelis, Associate Professor in the Defense Resources Management Institute.
Faculty and staff from the Naval Postgraduate School and the Finnish Defence Forces International Centre—both designated NATO Partnership for Peace Training and Education Centers—instructed a 5-day United Nations Peacekeeping Operations course from October 17th – 21st in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
During the week of August 28 – September 2, 2011, representatives from the Indian Integrated Defence Staff visited NPS, the designated USPTC, to participate in an Operations Research/Systems Analysis (ORSA) Subject Matter Expert Exchange.
Key members of the Mine Action community in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) attended the workshop, “Collaborative Strategic Leadership in Complex Environments: Strategic Communication in Mine Action,” June 28-30, 2011, in Sarajevo, BiH.
Representatives from the Kazakhstan Ministry of Defense and National Defense University (NDU) visited NPS, the designated USPTC, the week of July 3-8, 2011, to participate in a faculty exchange between NPS and NDU.
The inaugural Cultural and Organizational Awareness (COA) Forum was held June 14-16, 2011, in Monterey, Calif. Organized by the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), the designated U.S. Partnership for Peace Training and Education Center, in partnership with the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) International, the theme of this groundbreaking event was “Cooperative Engagement for Partnership Capacity: Africa as a Model for Whole of Government.”
In late September 2010 the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and the Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) Peace Support Operations Training Centre (PSOTC), both in their roles as NATO Partnership for Peace Training and Education Centers (PTCs), put on the event, “Engaging Women in Security, Defense, and Peacekeeping: Curriculum Development Workshop.”
The 3-day workshop, “Collaborative Strategic Leadership in Complex Environments,” was held in downtown Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), in late September 2010. Using the NATO comprehensive approach as a model, the NPS team led the 15 high-level attendees from various demining entities through a process that was designed to enable them to better work together and define their own path going forward.
NATO Conference Building Integrity, U.S. Partnership for Peace Training & Education Center
Vice Adm. (Ret.) Phil Quast, Senior Fellow with the USPTC Program Office, introduces Gen. Stéphane Abrial, Dr. Huguette Labelle, and Sir Stewart Eldon, all keynote speakers at the 2011 NATO Building Integrity Conference, held February 23-25, 2011, in Monterey, Cali.