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Coming on the heels of last year’s popular Homeland Security Lecture Series, Medaille College announced it is continuing the free series in 2013. Taking place on Thursday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. at the Amherst Campus in the multi-purpose room at 30 Wilson Road in Williamsville, the following sessions are scheduled. Space is limited and admissions is free.
Register at this link: http://www.medaille.edu/HomelandSecurity
• “The Perceived Erosion of Personal Freedoms and Homeland Security,” hosted by Tim McCorry, Ph. D., and Steven MacMartin of Medaille College, on April 25
• “Leadership and Homeland Security,” with Chris Pater, Deputy Director Office of Training, Department of Homeland Security, on May 23
• “Regional Incident Response and Homeland Security,” featuring Scott Patronik, Chief of Special Services, Erie County Sheriff’s Office, on June 20
Presented by a broad panel of nationally and internationally known speakers, these lectures may be of interest to teachers, students, civilians, military personnel, law enforcement, first responders and anyone interested in Homeland Security. The lectures will not only introduce their respective topic for discussion, but will focus on the impact and effect each topic can have on us here in the WNY region. Each speaker will open the lecture for questions and discussion in an effort to involve and educate the audience and broaden viewpoints.
As one of the fastest-growing areas in the job market, graduates of the BSHS program find career opportunities in all levels of government, immigration and private sector organizations. An accelerated online degree completion program, students with approximately two years of college credits can earn a bachelor’s degree in two years.
For additional information on the Homeland Security program at Medaille, call (716) 932-2568, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit medaille.edu/sage.
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