Involvement in disaster research at North Dakota State University extends back to 1979 when departmental faculty received National Science Foundation
Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEMA) have developed a premier program to aid and develop students as they obtain their degree.
This week Professor Dan explores the foundations of emergency management and what it takes for a person to start off in this exciting career.
This week we are welcoming Professor Dan Scott as the new host of EM Student. We are excited to have Dan as part of the EM Weekly Family.
Eric’s columns on leadership and management appear regularly at strategy+business, where he is a contributing editor.
Irene Conforti interviews Melissa Hancock, who shares the history of electromagnetic pulse hazards as a threat to our energy grid from the age of civil defense to present. Melissa Hancock is part of the The Foundation for Resilient Societies. The foundations is a non-profit organization engaged in scientific research and education with the goal of protecting technologically-advanced societies from infrequently occurring natural and man-made disasters.
Irene Conforti Interviews Jacob Green, Author of See Change Clearly: Leveraging Adversity to Sharpen Your Vision and Build Resilient Teams
Irene discusses local governmental affairs with President of Simon and Company, Jen Covino.
This week we are relaunching the EM Student Show with the new host Irene Conforti. Irene is not only an emergency management practitioner she is a student in a Master’s Program. Irene and Todd discuss the relaunch and the new direction of the show.