Growing Your EM Program
Provided below are contributions by academics associated with collegiate Emergency Management programs.
The main theme is how to grow an existing collegiate Emergency Management program - make it bigger and better - more successful - more helpful for students.
The FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Project is very much interested in adding other contributions to this compilation. To investigate this opportunity, contact the FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Program Assistant, Barbara Johnson at: Barbara.Johnson3@fema.dhs.gov.
Images Of Disasters In Film and Media: A Discussion about the Emergence, Content, and Benefits of This Course in the Emergency Administration and Planning Program. David McEntire, Ph.D. Emergency Administration and Planning Program, University of North Texas, Denton, TX. 30 April 2008. p. 21.
Nourishing an Academic Degree: Promoting Growth in Emergency Administration and Planning at the University of North Texas. White Paper by David McEntire, Ph.D. Emergency Administration and Planning Program, University of North Texas, Denton, TX. 31 October 2006, p15.
Foreseeing the Future, Revisiting the Past: The Historical Development and Progress of the Emergency Administration and Planning Program. A White Paper by David A. McEntire Emergency Administration and Planning Department of Public Administration, University of North Texas, P.O. Box 310617, Denton, TX 76203. 930KB Winzip file.
Maintaining and Increasing Your Momentum - Methods to Promote Enduring Higher Education Programs in Emergency Management by Dr. David McEntire, University of North Texas, Presented at the Indiana Office of Emergency Management Conference: "Emergency Management/Homeland Security: Indiana's Higher Education Initiative" - PDF