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Looks like a very interesting group of webinars over the course of 12 weeks. Here's the first paragraph from the blog post:

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The Georgetown University Wargaming Society (GUWS) was founded in 2020 to provide a venue for hobby gamers, professional wargamers, and those new to wargaming with opportunities to play games and learn more about wargaming as a profession. GUWS welcomes members of all academic levels and backgrounds.

The schedule for our webinar and wargame series for Fall 2020 is indicated below. The webinar series is open to the public and free – in order to be accessible to the widest audience possible. Please note some events are still in development.

Cards in Wargames with Volko Ruhnke Sept 21, 6:00PM-8PM EDT

History and Principles of Solitaire Wargame Design Sept 29, 6:00PM-8PM EDT

Wargame Pathologies: An Overview, with Examples by Chris Weuve October 5, 6:00PM – 8:00PM

USAF Title 10 Wargaming with Mitch Reed Oct 12, 6:00PM-8PM EDT

Flashpoint Baltics Matrix Wargame Oct 17, 11:00-3:00PM EDT

Agile Wargaming with Phil Bolger & Lexee Brill Oct 26, 6:00PM-8PM EDT

Digital Transformation of Wargames Co-Sponsored by ISW Nov 2, 6:00PM  8:00PM EDT

Historical Board Games as Educational Tools: Shores of Tripoli by Kevin Bertram Nov 12, 6:00PM – 8:00PM EDT

Virtual International Crisis War Game with Naval War College & Stanford University November 14, 2020 10:00AM – 1:00PM

Gaming Nuclear War Nov 17, 6:00PM  8:00PM EDT

Designing Cyber War Dec 1, 6:00PM – 8:00PM EDT

How to Design PNP Games by Brian Train Dec 8, 6:00PM-8:00PM EDT

 

Link to the full post by Rex Brynen with loads more info: Fall 2020 webinar and wargaming series for Georgetown University Wargaming Society



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Here is Volko Ruhnke's presentation from Monday Sept 21st: Cards in Wargames