The future of AI and autonomous systems

In a recent episode of Fed Access on Federal New Radio, IWP career director Derrick Dortch interviewed Yuna Huh Wong, a research analyst at the Rand Corporation, on the future of AI and autonomous systems. Listen here

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Crossing of the Dan

Dr. Phil Williams participates at the anniversary commemoration of The Crossing of the Dan during the American Revolution

IWP Professor Henry (Phil) Williams gave remarks on the commemoration of The Crossing of the Dan during the American Revolution, which took place on February 14, 1781. Members of the Virginia Society Sons of the American Revolution, Daughters of the American Revolution, and other American history enthusiasts paraded from The Prizery to Constitution Square in…

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General Peter Pace speaks at IWP Student Roundtable

On March 10th, IWP hosted a student roundtable discussion with General Peter Pace. At this event, General Pace spoke with students about his experience as the 16th Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. General Pace has had a distinguished 40-year career in the United States Marine Corps, holding command at virtually every level while…

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IWP’s response to the coronavirus

Because of public health concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), all IWP classes held March 23-April 11 will be held online. There will be NO classes meeting at IWP during this period. We will be utilizing the on-line tool Zoom.com to conduct classes and will send students the necessary links to access classes remotely. Classes that…

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Prof. Rebeccah Heinrichs discusses U.S.-India relations and the coronavirus

On February 24, 2020, Professor Rebeccah Heinrichs discussed President Trump’s strengthening of America’s relationship with India, fostering what could be a strategic counter to China, as well as the lack of transparency coming out of China amid the coronavirus outbreak, on Fox Business. Professor Heinrichs stated that by signing the $3 billion agreement between the…

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