Scott Fisher, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Co-Chair of the Professional Security Studies department has been accepted into the Krulak Center Non-Resident Fellows Program at the Marine Corps University in Quantico, Virginia. Dr. Fisher also serves as a Major in the Army Reserves.
The Krulak Center is a think tank at the Marine Corps University focused on creating enhanced educational opportunities for students and faculty engaged in Professional Military Education (PME). The Center’s mission is to enable an interdisciplinary approach to supporting all students and faculty through complex problem solving, fostering an environment that enhances collective warfighting capability, and facilitating and encouraging novel solutions to current and future warfighting challenges in order to expand the Corps’ competitive edge and improve warfighting effectiveness. Krulak Center Non-Resident Fellows will support the mission of the Krulak Center as needed and able.
Tasks for Krulak Non-Resident Fellows include participating in an annual Innovation Summit; supporting instruction at MCU by guesting during one campus visit or Krulak Center event; and supporting writing competitions. All Krulak Center Non-Resident Fellows will have the ability to collaborate with MCU staff, faculty and the Marine Corps University Foundation, participate in wargames, and support staff rides.