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15th Annual Emergency Management

Higher Education Conference


Preparing for the Future of

Emergency Management and Homeland Security


June 4–7, 2012


Emergency Management Institute

Federal Emergency Management Agency

Department of Homeland Security

Emmitsburg, MD





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Tuesday, June 5, 2012 – Morning Plenary – E Auditorium


7:00–8:30 a.m. Conference Registration (E Building, 1st Floor Hallway)


8:30–9:00 a.m. Welcome and Opening Remarks



Tony Russell, CEM

Superintendent

Emergency Management Institute

Federal Emergency Management Agency/Department of Homeland Security

Emmitsburg, MD


9:00–9:15 a.m. Mitigation Welcome and FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Program Update


Lillian Virgil

Mitigation Branch Chief

Emergency Management Institute

Federal Emergency Management Agency/Department of Homeland Security

Emmitsburg, MD


9:15–9:25 a.m. Introduction of Keynote Speaker


Vilma Schifano Milmoe

Deputy Superintendent

Emergency Management Institute

Federal Emergency Management Agency/Department of Homeland Security

Emmitsburg, MD


9:25–10:10 a.m. Reflections: Seeing the Future through the Past


Lucien Canton

Consultant, Author, and Speaker

Lucien G. Canton, CEM (LLC)


10:10–10:15 a.m. Homeland Security Track/Welcome


Stanley B. Supinski, Ph.D.

Director, Partnership Programs, Naval Postgraduate School

Center for Homeland Defense and Security

Associate Professor, Long Island University

Homeland Security Management Institute


10:15–10:20 a.m. Morning and Afternoon Breakout Session Room Announcements


10:20–10:30 a.m. Break


10:30–11:30 a.m. Morning Breakout Sessions


11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. Lunch – K Building Cafeteria

Tuesday, June 5, 2012 – Morning Plenary – E Auditorium (Continued)


1:00–2:30 p.m. 1st Round of Afternoon Breakout Sessions


2:30–3:00 p.m. Break


3:00–5:00 p.m. 2nd Round of Afternoon Breakout Sessions


5:00–7:00 p.m. Cookout – Log Cabin10:30–11:30 Tuesday, June 5th – Morning Breakout Sessions


(1)  Academia, Emergency Management, and the Role of Geospatial Technologies


Description: This session will explore recent advances in geospatial technologies and their implications for teaching and research in the higher education environment. Recent implementations of tools in the classroom, lessons learned from those experiences, and strategies for future improvements of teaching practices will be covered. Current and potential roles that higher education can serve in the advancement of geospatial research and service will also be addressed. The session will conclude with the roles academia can play in support of emergency management and recent examples of projects that involve partnerships between colleges, universities, and emergency management agencies.

     

Moderator: R. Samuel Winningham

Program Analyst (Systems)

Grants Data Analysis and Tools Branch
Risk Reduction Division
Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration
DHS-FEMA

Crystal City, VA


Presenter: Shane Hubbard

Department of Geography

The University of Iowa 
Iowa City, IA


Reporter: Alison Buchanan, Buchanan_alison@hotmail.com

York University (CAN)


(2) Preparedness, Warnings, and Protective Action: Class Exercises/Campus Public Emergency Communications – Best Practices and Emerging Trends


Moderator: Jean Bail, Ed.D., RN, MSN, MEP, CEN, EMT-P

Philadelphia University

Philadelphia, PA


Topic: Preparedness, Warnings, and Protective Action: Class Exercises


Description: This presentation reviews a novel class exercise to reinforce the concepts of preparedness (individual and community), warnings, and individual protective action. These concepts are acted out by the students to test their knowledge and based on grounded research literature related to warnings (Drabek 1999, Mileti and Peek 2000, Lindell and Perry 2004).  


Presenter: DeeDee Bennett

Doctoral Student

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, OK

10:30–11:30 Tuesday, June 5th – Morning Breakout Sessions (Continued)


Topic: Campus Public Emergency Communications – Best Practices and Emerging Trends


Description: This presentation summarizes research conducted to develop three intern-based courses on the subject of campus emergency communications. Attendees will benefit from hearing what campus emergency management personnel and their first responder colleagues have identified as best practices and emerging trends in emergency communications for American campuses.


Presenter: Albert Brown

Lecturer

College of Technology and Innovation

Arizona State University


Reporter: Stephanie Gibbs, gibbssg@upmc.edu

Walden University


(3) Community Support and Training for Emergency Preparedness: Applications, Social Media, and Changing Technology


Description: The Georgia Disaster Mental Health website makes all facets of Emergency Management (EM) accessible to the general public. The K–12 Emergency Preparedness Technical Assistance Center (K–12 EPTAC) combines the benefits of online coursework with the engagement of experiential learning in bringing EM to the K–12 community. The examples presented provide interdisciplinary research and development efforts that expand the current methods used for disseminating information. These projects open the way to increased technologically enhanced trainings.


Moderator: Dr. Marvine Hamner

Mid-Atlantic Center for Emergency Management

Frederick Community College

Frederick, MD


Presenters: Louis Boynton, MA, LPC, Ph.D. Candidate

Project Coordinator, Georgia Disaster Mental Health Website

Project Designer & Trainer, K–12 Emergency Preparedness Technical Assistance Center

Assessment Counselor, Willowbrooke Hospital

University of West Georgia

Carrollton, GA


Curt Arey, MA, LAPC

Project Coordinator, Georgia Disaster Mental Health Website

Project Designer & Trainer, K–12 Emergency Preparedness Technical Assistance Center

Resident Psychotherapist, Heartwork Counseling Center

University of West Georgia

Carrollton, GA


Reporter: Rex Temple, rextemple@hotmail.com

Park University

10:30–11:30 Tuesday, June 5th – Morning Breakout Sessions (Continued)


(4) Experiential Learning: Measuring Practitioner Experiences Against Course Learning Objectives


Description: Incorporating practitioner experience in higher education is important to adult learners. However, it can also be challenging for instructors since experiences are unique to the individual and may or may not directly apply to course learning objectives. This presentation introduces a model for how instructors can use reflective learning in assessing student understanding of course objectives through their unique practitioner experiences.


Moderator: Ali Gheith, CEM

Director

MPA in Emergency and Disaster Management Program

Metropolitan College of New York

New York, NY


Presenter: Kenneth Goldberg, DPA

Associate Professor

National University

La Jolla, CA


Reporter: Montray Smith, mmsmith@mail.usf.edu

University of South Florida


(5) Leadership Styles Enhancing Disaster Preparedness Operations


Description: Emergency Managers are being tasked to provide an expanded array of services to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural and manmade disasters and terrorist attacks. Consequently, this session offers participants 10 leadership principles and practices contributing to Emergency Managers’ knowledge, skills, and abilities for making the transition from plan to progress! Additionally, video segments will be used to support the PowerPoint presentation of the leadership principles and practices that aid emergency management leaders in putting plans into action to achieve organizational success. There will be time for questions and answers.

Moderator: Jim Savitt, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Area Coordinator

Emergency Management and Fire Services Administration

Empire State College Center for Distance Learning

Saratoga Springs, NY


Presenters: Sheriff Kem Kimbrough, B.S., J.D.

Sheriff of Clayton County

Clayton County, GA


Bill Lowe, Ph.D., DBA, EMT-P, EFO, LEO

Associate Professor of Emergency Management

Jacksonville State University

Jacksonville, AL


Reporter: Sandra Speer, SSPEER1@capellauniversity.edu

Capella University

10:30–11:30 Tuesday, June 5th – Morning Breakout Sessions (Continued)


(6) A Focus on the Brick and Mortar Type of Emergency Management Education


Description: “Brick and mortar” Emergency Management higher education programs are an important subset of the Nation’s Emergency Management university program offerings. These programs are defined here as the more traditional education programs of Emergency Management study hosted at 4-year institutions, leading to various types of degrees, taught by doctorate-holding, tenure-based faculty, with face-to-face classroom instruction, and a minimal reliance on online course offerings. Institutions with these types of programs will share their experiences and lessons learned in program development and implementation.


Moderator: Paul Kennedy, MPH, MSN, LTC, AN

Public Health Staff Officer

Proponency Office for Preventive Medicine, U.S. Army Medical Command

Fort Sam Houston, TX


Presenters: Jessica Jensen, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Emergency Management

North Dakota State University

Fargo, ND


Elliot Jennings

Lecturer and EOC Coordinator

University of North Texas

Denton, TX

Heriberto Urby, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Western Illinois University

Macomb, IL


Jack Rozdilsky, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Western Illinois University

Macomb, IL


Reporter: Gerald Steffen, gsteffen1@capellauniversity.edu

Capella University


1:00–2:30 1st Round of Tuesday, June 5th Afternoon Breakout Sessions


(1) Associate Level Program Development

               

Description: The purpose of this session is to facilitate discussion on what works and what does not in an Emergency Management program. Topics of discussion will include: the identification of objectives and competencies; course design; curriculum mapping; delivery methods; audience identification; marketing; transferability; and employment opportunities. A panel of members, from both new and established programs, will talk about their experiences, followed by discussion from audience members.  


Moderator: Clinton Andersen
Faculty – Emergency Management

Community College of Aurora

Denver, CO


Presenters: Benn Prybutok, MA, EJD

Director

Emergency Management & Planning

Montgomery County Community College

Blue Bell, PA


Robert Aberle

Chair

Public Safety & Human Services

College of Southern Nevada

North Las Vegas, NV


Katherine “Lark” Stewart

Director

Emergency Management Program

Edmonds Community College

Lynnwood, WA

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