Thesis Research Working Group (TRWG) 14-2
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NPS hosted the Thesis Research Working Group (TRWG) 14-2 aboard the Monterey campus, August 25-27, 2014. This semiannual activity is an essential element in the success of the NPS Naval Research Program, as envisioned by the Secretary of the Navy. It serves as a forum for Marine Corps organizations to execute in-progress reviews for students and faculty with whom they are already sponsoring research. Additionally, the forum allows sponsors to communicate, review, validate, and recommend topics for NPS research. SECNAVINST 1524.2C dtd 21 Oct 2014 identifies that, “an active academic research program is vital to the quality of education provided to students, the attraction and retention of exceptional faculty members, and the provision of real-time, directly relevant deliverables to government sponsors.”
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