Please join me for a brown bag lunch session with Nancy Suski, the Executive Director of Georgetown University’s Master’s Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management (EDM).
When: Monday 6 July from 12:00 to 1:00
Where: FEMA Conference Center, room 114 B (outside of the security turnstiles)
What: Informational briefing, Q&A period with the Executive Director and a current student/FEMA Logistics employee.
Details: Come as you are, please feel free to bring your lunch.
RSVP: Please RSVP to Adam Burpee at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can have an idea of the head count in case we need a larger venue.
POC: Adam Burpee, 202-802-2700
This one year program is an incredible opportunity to earn a Master’s Degree from one of the most respected schools in the world. I am in my last few weeks of the program and I have been extremely impressed with the quality of instruction, the opportunity to collaborate with emergency managers from all levels of government and the private sector, and the incredible experiences during the intensive sessions.
Here is the Georgetown EDM website: http://scs.georgetown.edu/edm
The yearlong cohort program immerses students in the high-intensity field of emergency management, priming them with the strategic and critical thinking skills they need to confidently make decisions, take action, and provide assistance when disaster strikes. Students learn from seasoned emergency management experts through a blend of online courses and on-site intensives, which take them around the world to explore various hazards and understand emerging challenges across diverse environments.
Yearlong Cohort. Five contiguous program modules provide students with rigorous online study and hands-on experiences to impart depth and breadth of knowledge in the emergency and disaster management field.
Real-World Experience. Students participate in five, one-week intensives in Shrivenham and London, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Washington, D.C., where they gain experience tackling diverse challenges and develop the competencies needed to manage and lead response efforts.
Unrivaled Access. Through a partnership with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Cranfield University, the program offers access to some of the field’s top resources, experts, and facilities, providing students with the cutting-edge industry knowledge and training they need to become leaders in emergency management.