Tagged: Education

Thesis Series: Engaging Children and Youth, Via K-12 School Curricula, to Build a Culture of Disaster Preparedness

  NPS-CHDS master’s graduate Kimberly Hayward (MA1803/1804), Community Preparedness Officer at FEMA, talks about her thesis where she analyzes how to engage children and youth to facilitate behavioral change and build a culture of...

Providing Educational and Fellowship opportunities to the INA workforce

Interview — video. Nicholas Stark. In this interview Nicholas Stark, Academic Program Lead for the Intelligence & Analysis Directorate, talks about his program’s role in expanding INA employees’ educational opportunities. alternate video link Subscribe...

The National Training, Education, and Exercise Division program: Preparing personnel for the future

The National Training, Education, and Exercise Division program: Preparing personnel for the future

Interview — video. Keith Holtermann. In this interview Keith Holtermann, Director of the NESC, identifies some of key changes that have occurred in the National Exercise Program (NEP) within the past decade. Most notably,...

Thesis Series:  Does Homeland Security Constitute an Emerging Academic Discipline?

Thesis Series: Does Homeland Security Constitute an Emerging Academic Discipline?

Interview — video. Michael Falkow. In the wake of 9/11, the enterprise now called homeland security rocketed into the limelight leaving an educational gap that many academic institutions rushed in to fill. Educators and...

The Healthcare Emergency Management Program at Boston University

The Healthcare Emergency Management Program at Boston University

Interview — video. Kevin “Kip” Thomas. Dr. Kip Thomas discusses his new Healthcare Emergency Management program at Boston University and its unique approach towards educating first-responders and public health professionals. URL to share: https://www.chds.us/?media/openmedia&id=2805...