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Who's Who

The Commandant

The Commandant ensures that NDC fulfills its mission to contribute to the effectiveness and cohesion of the Alliance by developing its role as a major centre of education, study and research on transatlantic issues. The Commandant is responsible to the Military Committee, but his responsibilities and powers authorize him to communicate with NATO agencies, NATO membersí national authorities, academic institutions, such as the PfP Consortium, and individuals as appropriate. The Commandant may also liaise with non-NATO national bodies for the purpose of programs approved by the North Atlantic Council, such as the Mediterranean Dialogue.

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The DEAN

The Dean is responsible for the quality of the academic program, oversight of the curriculum and advice on academic policies. In this role she oversees the Academic Planning and Policy Division, the Academic Operations Division, the Research Division and the Middle East Faculty. She assists the Commandant on a variety of issues and initiatives and represents the Commandant during his absences. The Dean cultivates and maintains close relationships with Allied Command Transformation and NATO HQ to insure that guidance on academic, policy and strategic issues will be coordinated and reflected in curriculum planning and development.

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The Director of Management

The Director of Management (DoM) is the principal advisor to the Commandant on management issues. He is responsible for general operations, maintenance and coordination with the Host Nation regarding College facilities. The spectrum of activity of the DoM is comprised of general management, personnel, administration, information technology, security, logistics and support issues. He may act on behalf of the Commandant within this sphere of activity upon the direction of the Commandant or during his absence.

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The Head of the Academic Operations Division

The Head of the Academic Operations Division (DAO) is responsible to the Dean and Commandant for the delivery of the Senior Course and associated short courses (Modular Short Course (MSC), Integrated Partnersí Orientation Course (IPOC), and NATO Executive Development Programme (NEDP)). The DAO has direct responsibility for the Faculty Advisors Group, the Academic Programmes Branch, the Academic Field Studies Branch and the Linguistic Services Section.

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The Head of the Academic Planning and Policy Division

The Division Head Academic Planning and Policy reports to (and, when necessary, deputizes for) the Dean. He directs and coordinates the activities of the Curriculum Planning Branch, the Academic Policy Branch and the Library and Knowledge Centre.
Supported by the Academic Planning and Policy Division, he is responsible for the preparation of the long-term programme for all academic courses and activities, as well as for the development, evaluation and revision of the academic objectives and curricula for all courses, including the academic material, educational methods and Faculty training. Among these courses are the six-month Senior Course, several short Modular Short Courses and the Generals, Flag Officers and Ambassadorsí Course.

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The Head of the Research Division

He develops the annual research plan, budget, and policies for the Research Division, oversees ongoing projects, and supervises and coordinates the activities of the Division personnel, including managing the various fellowship programmes.

He manages the publications of the Division and leads the NDC Editorial Review Board. He conducts personal research for publication, with a particular focus on NATO and European security affairs.

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The Director of the Middle East Faculty

The Director, who is responsible for the activities carried out by the Middle East Faculty, provides guidance for the academic courses it organizes: the NATO Regional Cooperation Course and the Senior Executive Regional Course. He leads the MEF in a broad spectrum of related activities, making an important contribution to the College mission.

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