Events at NPS
Concert On The Lawn
Memorial Day - Concert On The Lawn is scheduled for Monday, May 28 at 10:00 a.m. in front of the Historic Hotel Del Monte. Bring your own blanket and chairs. Enjoy food and beverages brought to you by Club Del Monte. No outside food or beverage is permitted.
Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May, remembering the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.
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76th Battle of the Midway Dining-Out
The 76th Battle of the Midway Dining-Out is scheduled for Saturday, June 2, 2018 at Naval Support Activity Monterey in the Historic Hotel Del Monte. The event will be hosted by the Monterey Bay Commandery of the Naval Order.
This “Black tie” dinner is open to all active and retired service members and community friends. Guests holding confirmed reservations will have gate access the evening of the dinner.
Please visit event site for tickets and more information.
Field Experimentation 18-3
The next NPS Joint Interagency Field Experimentation (JIFX) event will take place June 4-8 at Camp Roberts National Guard Base. The event provides a unique opportunity to explore the future of unmanned/autonomous systems technology through experimentation in a realistic field environment. Experiments from many other focus areas will also be accepted to attend.
All NPS Faculty and Students are invited to attend as experimenters or observers of the event.
Submit your experiment proposal before 20 April 2018 to attend!
Visit www.nps.edu/fx for more information and to submit your proposal.
Pre-graduation Awards Ceremony
The Spring 2018 Quarter Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday, June 5, 2018.
For additional Information, please visit Graduation Schedule site.
TLC Education Open Forum -Classroom of the Future
Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) Education Open Forum is scheduled for Tuesday, June 12, 2018 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. in IN 122.
Spring Quarter Graduation Ceremony
The Naval Postgraduate School Spring Quarter Graduation Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, June 15, 2018.
The graduation streaming video will be available on June 15 shortly before the start of the ceremony. Please click here to watch the Graduation Ceremony - LIVE.
For dress uniform and more information, please visit the NPS Graduation site.
Systems Engineering DL Program Applications Deadline
Joint Executive Systems Engineering Management
Offered in Partnership with MIT Consortium for Leadership in Product Development for the 21st Century Commencing Monday, 10 September 2018
Program Delivered via Distance Learning
The Naval Postgraduate School Department of Systems Engineering is pleased to announce this year’s offering of the Joint Executive Systems Engineering Management (SEM) distance learning (DL) master’s degree program offered in partnership with MIT’s “Educational Consortium for Leadership in Product Development in the 21st Century” (PD21). The SEM-PD21 program is a two-year, eight-quarter, part-time master’s degree program delivered in an executive format. The September 2018-2020 class (Cohort 721-191) will commence with a two-week kickoff on campus in Monterey, CA. September 10–21, 2018.
The 2018-2020 class (Cohort 721-191) is limited to 30 students. Each service sponsor (Army, Air Force, Navy) and defense contractors are allocated minimum of 5 seats. Any remaining open seats are available to service sponsors or the best qualified candidates from any DOD or federal agency. The program is open to qualified uniformed officers, federal employees, and defense contractor civilians. Qualified active duty Navy and Marine Corps officers may be eligible for NPS mission funding but the student or their command will be responsible to purchase books and pay for all associated travel.
Attached are the full program announcement, the curriculum lineup of courses, and the associated tuition letter. Tuition must be collected before commencement of each class (see tuition letter for due dates and additional details). A fully executed support agreement (MOA for Navy commands or DD1144 for all others) is required before a student can be officially enrolled in an NPS program.
The program is offered by distance learning over the Internet with a blended mix of synchronously delivered courses using COLLABORATE, an academic Internet web-conferencing tool, and asynchronously delivered courses using SAKAI, an online course management system. Students attend a two-week kickoff on campus, a one-week industry trip each year, and a one-week graduation week. For more information, visit the website below.
To apply, applicants should visit the SEM-PD21 website, select “Apply Now” in the Quick Links section. Once in the NPS online application, select the 721 Curriculum, commencing timeframe is Academic Year 2019, Academic Quarter 1.
Applications accepted ONLINE through: 15 June 2018
Cyber Endeavour 2018
The Cyber Endeavour 2018 symposium will take place at the University of Texas, San Antonio, TX from June 19-21.
For more information and registration, please visit http://cyberendeavour.com/.
Cyber Endeavour is an annual, Department of Defense-sponsored conference that brings together military and civilian practitioners from across government, industry, and academia to address the nexus of cyberspace and national security. Cyber Endeavour is an interactive, working level event for leaders and operators to discuss the most critical Cyber challenges facing our nation and armed services, and to identify potential solutions. Cyber Endeavour is a two-part event that consists of a Leadership Symposium and Cyber-X Games. The Leadership Symposium is 3-days of presentations and panels by authorities from government, services, academia and industry. Cyber-X Games is a co-located 7-day operational exercise where participants are challenged in scenarios relevant to the topics discussed in the Symposium.
Exploring Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications
The Center for Multi-INT Studies will be hosting a Technical Exchange “Exploring Artificial Intelligence for Space Applications” on June 27-28, 2018. The event will take place at the Naval Postgraduate School in Hermann Hall.
The Technical Exchange will cover topics on machine learning and deep learning applied to machine cognition and automated sense making for coordinated space systems applications. Presentations and discussions will cover topics in automated sense making where machine cognition is used to distill meaningful knowledge from disparate sources of information. Topics covering how artificial intelligence is used in self-monitoring, recursive design, and detection of an agent’s intent and deliberate behaviors will be examined with a highly focused group of thought-leaders, government experts, and academia.
For more information, please visit Center for Milti-INT Studies site.
Human Systems Integration DL Applications Deadline
Deadline for Application is July 2, 2018
The Naval Postgraduate School is pleased to announce open registration for the nation’s premier distance learning Master of Human Systems Integration (HSI) degree program and Human Systems Integration Certificate program. Both programs are open to all federal government employees (military and civilian) and to defense con-tractor employees (on a space available basis).
HSI Certificate Program
Program length is one year (four consecutive academic quarters, one course per quarter). Course delivery is asyn-chronous (with weekly assignments). Graduates earn the NPS HSI Certificate!
Master’s Degree in HSI Program
Program length is two years (eight consecutive academic quarters, two classes per quarter) with plans to have one synchronous and one asynchronous class per quarter. Graduates earn an HSI Certificate, the Master’s Degree in HSI, and DAU Course Credits!
Application Process for Both Programs:
To apply please visit my.nps.edu/web/dl
Program designators: HSI Certificate Program - 262; Master’s Degree in HSI - 359
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