This seminar provides the basic of self evaluation, the idea, defining the need, determining the feasibility, and what actions are necessary. Topics within these areas will include analytical methods; research sources; the legal forms of businesses; record keeping; laws, regulations, and policies; and a discussion on the value and importance of business plans and financial analyses.
The University of Mary Washington Dahlgren Campus, Center for Education and Research is hosting a series of lectures this Spring 2020 on national security challenges facing the United States.
30 April 2020
“Middle East 101: A Guide for Deployers”
Presented by CDR Aboul-Enein is currently an Subject Matter Expert and Senior Counterterrorism Advisor at the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Defense Combating Terrorism Center
The lecture is open to the public, and there is no charge to attend. Refreshments starting at 8am, and the lecture begins promptly at 8:30am.
The lecture series is a joint effort of the Fredericksburg Regional Military Affairs Council, the Joint Warfare Analysis Center (JWAC) and UMW. The lectures provide Department of Defense and contractor employees overviews of international security in regions of interest and spark thought-provoking discussions.
Registering for the lectures, you are giving UMW permission to send future event correspondence.*