Education

Doctor of Philosophy in World Cultures and History, University of California, Merced

Master of Arts in International Affairs, Catholic University of America

Bachelor of Arts in History, Norwich University

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Trevor Albertson
Trevor Albertson, PhD
College of Liberal Arts

Biography

"I see teaching and education as a calling and I sincerely hope my efforts enable others to change the world for the better."

Dr. Trevor Albertson is Program Chair of the Associate's and Bachelor's degree programs in Military Studies in the College of Liberal Arts at Ashford University. He earned a PhD in World Cultures and History with a major field of the Political-Diplomatic History of the 20th Century United States from the University of California - Merced. He also has a Master of Arts in International Affairs from the Catholic University of America and a Bachelor of Arts in History from Norwich University. Dr. Albertson is a veteran of the United States Air Force. While on active duty, he served on the faculty in the department of political science at the US Air Force Academy from 2004-2006. Subsequently, he worked as a field representative for a member of the US House of Representatives from 2008-2010. Since 2012, he has worked as a civilian in the Department of Defense, specializing in intelligence. He says, “Education is the answer to most of society’s problems and needs. I see teaching and education as a calling and I sincerely hope my efforts enable others to change the world for the better.” Still a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve, Dr. Albertson lives in Shingle Springs, CA. He enjoys spending time with his wife and family, traveling, snow skiing, and researching Cold War History.

Accomplishments

Dr. Trevor Albertson, Assistant Professor, College of Liberal Arts published three articles in the SAGE Encyclopedia of Military Science. These volumes are used by defense and government professionals, as well as academics, as a reliable source for information and analysis concerning a broad range of international security concerns. The three articles are: “United States Strategic Command”; “United States Air Force Pilot Training”; and “Unconventional Warfare”. “United States Strategic Command,” Encyclopedia of Military Science, ed. G Kurt Piehler (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2013). “United States Air Force Pilot Training,” Encyclopedia of Military Science, ed. G Kurt Piehler (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2013). “Unconventional Warfare,” Encyclopedia of Military Science, ed. G Kurt Piehler (Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE, 2013).

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