National Security Seminar
The Washington Center's National Security Seminar brings together college students from across the country to deepen their knowledge and experience on national security matters.
From Cyber-Attacks to Extremist Violence: Preparing the Next Generation of Talent that Will Address Future Threats
The threats facing our nation and global community are more complex and multifaceted than ever before. How we evaluate, plan for and shut down these threats must continue to evolve.
Seminars at TWC – An Immersive Learning Experience
The Washington Center hosts several engaging and rewarding seminar programs in Washington, D.C. These week-long offerings provide direct, off-the-record access to individuals and institutions...
During these short-term programs, you’ll gain unparalleled access to the people and places of D.C. along with an in-depth understanding of the biggest issues facing our nation.
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Explore the protection of U.S. interests at home, abroad and online.
Here’s the Top 3 Moments from National Security 2019
Every year, The Washington Center brings together college students, faculty and experts from across the country to explore the protection of U.S. interests at home, abroad and online. Here are the...
Gaining Greater Self-Confidence In a Demanding Field
Meg Riggle, a National Security Seminar, AIP, and Robert Morris alum, is an authority in the security field. "My experience has made me who I am and a lot stronger than I could have ever imagined."
National Security Seminar Q&A with Evan Kinney
In May, over 60 students from around the world descended on Washington, D.C. for our two-week National Security seminar. While there we took a moment to speak to Robert Morris University student...
What's In Store for TWC's National Security Seminar
Faculty director Neil Shortland shares what students and faculty will experience during the two-week seminar in Washington, D.C.
The Washington Center Welcomes 70 Students For National Security Academic Seminar
The two-week academic seminar will focus on topics including defense, intelligence, and challenges in a global society; students represent more than 10 universities.