Eisenhower Fellows’ Presentations and Discussion
The Eisenhower Series College Program is a communication and outreach program for the U.S. Army War College. Designed to encourage dialogue on national security and other public policy issues between its students and the public, the program offers a unique opportunity to engage with issues of national importance.
Moderated by Faten Ghosn, Associate Professor at the School of Government and Public Policy.
Colonel Michael Baim, Acity Duty Army, Engineer Officer: "War for Humanitarian Purpose"
Lieutenant Colonel (Promotable) Trina Rice, Active Duty Army, Adjutant General Officer: “Health and Wellness: A National Security Vulnerability”
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Stupinski, Active Duty Air Force, Acquisition Officer: “We Need a Space Force - and We Need It Now”
Lieutenant Colonel Andrew S. Rendon: “Making the Right Assumptions About Military Service and Generation Z”