Events at NPS
Big Ideas Exchange (BIX)
Big Ideas Exchange (BIX) event is scheduled for Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 11:00 a.m.
In collaboration with Marine Corps University and Naval War College
- Viewing link: Student BIX Live Event
- Big Ideas Exchange Website: BIX Homepage
- Brute Krulak Center Website: Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity
- View program (pdf)
- View flyer (pdf)
The Student Big Ideas Exchange (BIX) is a Naval Postgraduate School initiative that advances innovative and groundbreaking concepts developed by NPS students to address current and emerging national security challenges. BIX serves as a platform to broadcast these ideas and work toward implementation within the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The presentations also provoke further original thinking and stimulate relevant discussion among students, faculty, and the Fleet Marine Force.
For this year’s student Big Ideas Exchange, the Naval Postgraduate School is excited to partner with Marine Corps University’s Krulak Center and the Naval War College. The Naval Education Enterprise is leveraging collaborative education and research as we collectively address maritime challenges, modernize naval capabilities, and develop tomorrow’s senior leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps.
Navy Life at Home
Stay busy, healthy and safe while at home with Navy Life At Home! Resources including virtual counseling, virtual tours, educational tools for the kids, and much more!
Although our facilities are closed, Fleet and Family Readiness Support Programs are far from closed to helping our customers adjust to their new normal. Our team of professionals have come up with genius proof ideas to keep yourself, family and loved ones safe and resilient. We challenge you to keep busy while at home.
Please visit NavyLifeSW online for more.
Quarterly Awards Ceremony
The Spring 2020 Quarter Awards ceremony will take place on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. This event has been cancelled.
Spring Quarter Graduation Ceremony
The Naval Postgraduate School Spring Quarter Graduation Ceremony is scheduled for Friday, June 12, 2020.
Regrettably, the in person ceremony is cancelled. A graduation video will be available on June 12 to mark this important occasion.
Independence Day is a federal holiday celebrated on July 4th. On this day in 1776 the Declaration of Independence was adopted at the Second Continental Congress.
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