Homeland security practitioners, students, and educators can access shared learning materials across a wide range of homeland security topics and critical issues. In addition to interviews and podcasts with subject matter experts, CHDS/Ed also hosts lecture modules, recorded webinars, and TED-style talks featuring CHDS alumni and homeland security professionals.
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Alumni Short Talks

TED-style talks by CHDS alumni covering a range of critical and timely issues.

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Case Studies

As teaching and learning devices, case studies can invite learners to meaningfully engage a shared context and set-of-problems. For both research and learning, case studies can combine quantitative and qualitative data with ambiguous context. When well done, this combination arguably provides the reader or learner with a nuanced sense of the wider reality behind any event, series of events, and/or problem-to-be-solved."

- Philip J. Palin

Viewpoints in Homeland Security

Conversations with Homeland Security Leaders

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Browse the 300+ books assigned to students or recommended by faculty from the Center for Homeland Defense and Security.

Executive Education Webinars

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Podcasts

On the move? Listen and subscribe to homeland security podcasts hosted by CHDS alumni.

Conversations with CHDS Homeland Security Master’s program students about their thesis research.

Conversations with yesterday’s pioneers, today’s leaders and tomorrow’s visionaries within homeland security.

Latest Episodes

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2014
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2021
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2020

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community was not delivered to the House Intelligence Committee in 2020.

2019
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2018
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2017
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2016
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

2015
Annotated Version

The Annual Threat Assessment of the US Intelligence Community is presented to Congress by the Director of National Intelligence (DNI). Since 2014, CHDS has produced a media-enhanced annotated version of the text document.

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