Strategy, Enterprise and Innovation
Dr Andrew Conway
- Qualifications: BA MA (Hons) PhD PGCAP
- Role Title: Senior Lecturer
- Address: Whittle Hall, Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, Sleaford, Lincolnshire, NG34 8HB
- Telephone: 41400 266289
- Email: email@example.com
- Department: Strategy Enterprise and Innovation
- Faculty: Portsmouth Business School
Since November 2012, I have taught air power and defence/security studies as part of the Portsmouth Business School team based at the Royal Air Force College, Cranwell, specialising in the 1914-1945 era. I currently contribute to academic management and delivery across a number of courses and projects, most notably the RAF Senior Officer’s Study Programme (SOSP). Until 2012, I was heavily involved in the design and delivery of the air power modules of the KCL War Studies postgraduate e-learning programme . I am currently a member of the RAF Centre for Air Power Studies (RAFCAPS) and am also a Research Associate of the USAF Historical Research Agency.
Originally from New Zealand, previous teaching appointments include the University of Canterbury, New Zealand (2001-2005), the University of the South Pacific, Fiji (2005-2006) and the Air Power Studies Division, King’s College London (2006-2012).
The Path to Jointness: The United States Army Air Force and RAF Middle East, 1941 – 1942, in J. Hayward, ed., A Joint Future?: The Move to Jointness and its Implications for the New Zealand Defence Force (Massey, NZ: Defence and Strategic Studies Programme, Massey University, 2000), pp.85-93.
My particular research interests include: the evolution of warfare and strategy; the role of air power in operational theory and practice; and the dynamics of Anglo-American and inter-service relations in the twentieth century.