Paula D. Gordon, Ph.D.

Recent Homeland Security- and

Emergency Management- Related Courses 

Taught or Facilitated and/or Scheduled

 

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University of Richmond:  ESM 495:

 

Hazards and Threats for the Future

 

Spring 2011 (Instructor)

 

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Eastern Kentucky University SSE 880:

 

Research and Planning in Safety, Security,

 & Emergency Management

 

Spring B 2011 (Facilitator)

 

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Auburn University Center for Governmental Services,

Emergency Management Certificate Program Course:

 

Key Elements of Critical Infrastructure Protection and

 Continuity Post 9/11 and Post Katrina    

       

April 4 May 1, 2011 (Instructor)

 

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Auburn
University Center
for Governmental Services,

Emergency Management Certificate Program Course:

 

Planning and Preparedness for Homeland Security and

Emergency Management Post-9/11 and Post-Katrina

 

June 13 July 10, 2011 (Instructor)

 

This course is taught in asynchronous time utilizing a wide assortment of reports, articles, videos, and other instructional material all accessible without cost online. For information concerning enrollment in this course, contact the Center for Governmental Services at (334) 844-1918 or see http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/cgs/ and click on Training and Professional Development.

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Auburn University Center for Governmental Services,

Emergency Management Certificate Program Course:

 

Unmet Needs and Challenges:

Some Key Challenges Facing Homeland Security

 and Emergency Management Post 9/11 and Post Katrina

 

October 3 October 30, 2011 (Instructor)

 

This course is taught in asynchronous time utilizing a wide assortment of reports, articles, videos, and other instructional material all accessible without cost online. For information concerning enrollment in this course, contact the Center for Governmental Services at (334) 844-1918 or see http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/cgs/ and click on Training and Professional Development.

 

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University of Richmond:

Research Practicum

 Fall 2011 (Instructor)

 

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Eastern Kentucky University HLS 800

 

Homeland Security Policy Analysis

 

Fall (A) 2011 (Facilitator)

 

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Eastern Kentucky University HLS 800

 

Homeland Security Policy Analysis

 

Fall (B) 2011 (Instructor)

 

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Presentations Scheduled for 2011 

 

A Matrix Approach to Comparing and Contrasting

Some Differing Perspectives on Emergency Management and

 Homeland Security in a Post 9/11 World

 

Emergency Management Higher Education Conference, Emmitsburg, MD

June 9, 2011

  
This presentation by Dr. Gordon provides an introduction to an innovative educational tool that practitioners and scholars can use to enhance understanding of

         different perspectives concerning some of the major challenges facing those in roles of public responsibility for homeland security and emergency management;

         a range of different ways of looking at the role of the Federal, State, and local governments in recent major disasters, with an emphasis on Hurricane Katrina; and

       some possible explanations concerning the basis of widely varying perspectives.


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Some Innovative Elements of Several Courses That Integrate Emergency Management and Homeland Security Concerns

 

Emergency Management Higher Education Conference, Emmitsburg, MD

June 9, 2011

  
This presentation will provide an overview of some innovative aspects of several of the courses that Dr. Gordon teaches, with a focus on courses that she has developed and is currently in the process of developing and refining for the three university programs.  These include integrated courses in emergency management and homeland security.

 





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