Seminars

  • Founded
    2013
  • Seminar Number
    759

Columbia’s Defense and Security Studies (DSS) advances understanding of global military issues through sustained analysis. Through its research and programming, DSS addresses the most urgent problems of our time; assesses strategies to resolve, mitigate, and meet these challenges; and initiates specific courses of action. DSS emphasizes interdisciplinary scholarship, integrating the work of several fields, to include history, anthropology, sociology, engineering, political science, and economics.


Chair
Professor Nancy Walbridge Collins
nwcollins@columbia.edu

Rapporteur
Thomas Rowland
thomas.rowland@columbia.edu


All seminars will continue to meet virtually through Fall 2021. Meeting links provided upon RSVP. Meeting dates and times are subject to change.

Meeting Schedule

09/28/2021 Panel (Virtual)
1:00 PM
New Investments in Emerging Technologies
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11/09/2021 Panel (Virtual)
1:00 PM
Software Development in National Defense
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01/25/2022 Workshop (Faculty House)
12:00 PM
Advanced Research Capabilities in U.S. National Security
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02/22/2022 Workshop (Faculty House)
12:30 PM
Emerging Military Technologies in the Use of Force
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04/08/2022 Conference (Faculty House)
9:00 AM
Defense & Security 2022
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Notes: Full Day Conference