Final Session. Open for Faculty, Students, and Public
As an effort to engage the University of the District of Columbia graduate majors in Homeland Security, and undergraduate Administration of Justice. The Crime, Justice and Security Studies Program launched a weekly discussion series entitled “Implications of COVID-19 for Crime, Justice, and Security Studies Professionals” as we first shifted to total online course delivery to address social distancing guidelines.
What & When: The final session will take place Monday, April 20, 2020 at 12-Noon via Zoom.
Guest Speaker: Charles D. Sharp, Cornell University Climate Fellow, Chairman\CEO, Black Emergency Managers Association International will discuss with the students perceptions of COVID-19 for the profession in terms of future employment directions, and brief discussion of national and international BEMA International members in the field encounters in this current crisis. Submit questions online during session.
Angelyn Spaulding Flowers, JD, PhD,
Professor & Graduate Program Coordinator
Homeland Security Program
Project Director, UDC HS-STEM Program
Co-Director, Institute for Public Safety & Justice
Coordinator, Crime, Justice & Security Studies Program
Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences
University of the District of Columbia
Black Emergency Managers Association
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