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Pathways To Revitalization For The Navy Research Enterprise Two Promising Examples

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Conference

2005 Annual Conference

Location

Portland, Oregon

Publication Date

June 12, 2005

Start Date

June 12, 2005

End Date

June 15, 2005

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

New Trends in Graduate Education

Page Count

8

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10.991.1 - 10.991.8

DOI

10.18260/1-2--15239

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Robert Stiegler

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Ernest McDuffie

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Robert Kavetsky

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Eugene Brown

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Session 3155

PATHWAYS TO REVITALIZATION OF THE NAVY RESEARCH ENTERPRISE-- TWO PROMISING EXAMPLES

Eugene F. Brown1, Robert A. Kavetsky2, Ernest L. McDuffie3, and Robert L. Stiegler4 1 Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Tech/ 2Director, S&T Revitalization, Office of Naval Research/ 3Deputy Director, S&T Revitalization, Office of Naval Research/ 4 Senior Research Scientist, Virginia Tech.

Abstract

This paper describes two recent programs--the NSF Navy Civilian Service Program and the Virginia Demonstration Project that are dedicated to the revitalization of the Navy Research Enterprise.

Background

The Department of the Navy (DoN) is one of a growing number of Federal agencies which is expressing concern about its ability to meet its future science and technology (S&T) workforce needs. This situation has grown more critical in recent years due to the large numbers of retirements of S&T personnel expected in the coming decade because of the aging of the workforce, the decreasing number of US students pursing advanced studies in engineering, and intensified recruiting of these students by industry, academia, and the government1,2.

Naval Research Enterprise (NRE) Centers In 2002 Admiral Jay M. Cohen, DoN’s Chief of Naval Research Enterprise (NRE) Centers Naval Research, and the leadership of the Naval NSWC CRANE NUWC NEWPORT NSWC Warfare Centers (NWCs), comprising the Naval NUWC KEYPORT CARDEROCK PHILADELPHIA INDIAN HEAD Surface Warfare Center, the Naval Undersea DAHLGREN Warfare Center, the Naval Air Warfare Center, and NAWC WD NAWC AD CHINA LAKE POINT MUGU PATUXENT RIVER LAKEHURST the Space Naval Warfare Systems Command, NSWC PORT HUENEME NRL DC launched the Naval Research--Science and NSWC CORONA SSC CHESAPEAKE Technology for America’s Readiness (N-STAR) SSC SAN DIEGO NSWC DL CSS SSC CHARLESTON program. This program, under the direction of the PANAMA CITY SITC NEW ORLEANS NRL STENNIS NAWC AD ORLANDO second author, has the goal of creating the - Principal S&T sites SITC = SPAWAR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER DL CSS = DAHLGREN COASTAL SYSTEM STATION intellectual capital base needed to develop the technology options for the “Navy-After-Next.”

Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition Copyright © 2005, American Society for Engineering Education

Stiegler, R., & McDuffie, E., & Kavetsky, R., & Brown, E. (2005, June), Pathways To Revitalization For The Navy Research Enterprise Two Promising Examples Paper presented at 2005 Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. 10.18260/1-2--15239

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