Wednesday, September 15 at 9:30am to 12:00pm
Organized by CREATE, the first Department of Homeland Security (DHS) supported University Centers of Excellence (COE), the 9/11 Symposium reflects on the lessons learned from university research on 9/11, terrorism and other homeland security threats, and anticipates how universities can contribute to future efforts to enhance homeland security.
Moderated by CREATE’s director, Randolph Hall, homeland security experts drawn from nine universities and DHS will present key findings in a panel format. Attendees are invited to submit questions to panelists to promote the type of discussion needed to imagine future threats and to objectively assess the nation’s risks and vulnerabilities along with the interventions that can make our nation safer.
Attendees must register in advance by September 10 to obtain a link to attend the symposium.