Ricardo A. Alvarez from, Inc. and the Florida Center for Environmental Studies (CES) at Florida Atlantic University (FAU),  presented on his experience and research leading to the development of graduate-level courses and teaching on the topics of vulnerability and mitigation at a first-ever special one-day ‘1st Annual Emergency Management Theory and Research Workshop‘, which was moderated by Jessica Jensen, Ph.D. in Emergency Management, North Dakota State University and by Stephen Carter Ph.D., University of Maryland, University College, on Monday 2 June 2014, the day before the start of the ‘16th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education Symposium’,Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Ricardo’s presentation was on ‘Teaching About Vulnerability and Mitigation: An empirical approach‘ (ALVAREZpresentation)

To read more about this pioneering  and interesting 1st Annual Emergency Management Theory and Research Workshop, and about the 16th Annual Emergency Management Higher Education Symposium, go to the CONFERENCES – PRESENTATIONS Menu above and click  on TEACHING ABOUT VULNERABILITY AND MITIGATION: An empirical approach. June 2, 2014 Presentation at the ‘1st Annual Emergency Management Theory and Research Workshop. Emergency Management Institute, Emmitsburg, MD.

The full agenda for this one-day workshop may be viewed at the following link: Final Tand R Workshop Agenda 2014.

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