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FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Conference. Program for International and Homeland Security The Ohio State University. Todd Stewart, Ph.D. Director, Program for International and Homeland Security The Ohio State University Phone: (614) 688-3276 e-mail: stewart.598@osu.edu.

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program for international and homeland security the ohio state university

FEMA Emergency Management Higher Education Conference

Program for

International and Homeland Security

The Ohio State University

Todd Stewart, Ph.D.

Director, Program for International and Homeland Security

The Ohio State University

Phone: (614) 688-3276 e-mail: stewart.598@osu.edu

overview
Overview
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
the ohio state university
The Ohio State University

Ohio’s land-grant university …

Education

& Training

Outreach

& Service

Research &

Development

the ohio state university4
The Ohio State University
  • The nation’s largest single-campus university
    • 58,000+ students
    • 5,000+ faculty
    • 18 colleges – all located in Columbus, Ohio
    • 60+ interdisciplinary research centers
    • Programs
      • 170+ undergraduate programs
      • 120+ master’s degree programs
      • 90+ doctorate programs
    • 12,000+ courses
    • $528 million in sponsored research in FY 2004
the ohio state university5
The Ohio State University
  • Long history of providing research, educational and/or service support to most federal agencies that are now responsible for homeland security or homeland defense, e.g., CIA, DoA, DoD, DoE, DHHS, DHS, DoJ, DoS, DoT, and EPA
    • Member of NORTHCOM’s “Homeland Security and Defense Education Consortium”
    • Long-time host for National Defense scholars
    • Doctoral training for service-academy faculty
    • Undergraduate Military Science: ROTC detachments for all three services
    • Mershon Center for International Security Studies
academic plan
Academic Plan

(Pre 9-11-2001)

Initiative #3: “Maintain ongoing multidisciplinary initiatives where appropriate and develop new initiatives that draw on University-wide strengths to attack major problems of the next quarter century. Create multidisciplinary centers that can attract additional faculty in key areas, helping reduce student-faculty ratios in high-demand fields.”

national security environment
National Security Environment

9 / 11 / 2001

  • Homeland security is certainly one of the “ … major problems of the next quarter century.”
national homeland security team
National Homeland Security Team

Business

and

Industry

State

Government

Individual

Citizens

Local

Government

Academe

Other Non-

Government

Groups

Federal

Government

academe s role responsibilities
Academe’s Role & Responsibilities
  • Academe is a target
  • Academe is a source of logistics for both the bad guys and the good guys
  • Academe is a source of solutions and capabilities
    • Research and Technology Development
    • Education and Training
      • Citizens
      • Professionals working in government agencies and non-government organizations
    • Service and Support
overview10
Overview
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
program for international and homeland security
Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Established in April 2002
  • University-wide administrative program
  • Goal: Help improve the security of the United States, while preserving and protecting our Constitution, values, freedoms and liberties, international relationships, and economic strength and competitiveness
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Purpose/Mission:
    • Assist those government agencies and private-sector organizations responsible for various aspects of homeland security
    • By promoting and supporting national-security research and development, education and training, and service at The Ohio State University
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Vision:
    • The Ohio State University is recognized nationally and internationally as a center of excellence for homeland-security solutions, through research and development, education and training, and service and outreach.
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Objectives:
    • Increase our understanding of national security issues, especially extremism, the use of terrorism, and the proliferation of technologies and weapons of mass destruction
    • Promote the development of better-informed (federal and state) public policy, strategies, plans and programs, regarding national security issues
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Objectives:
    • Develop new technologies and transition those technologies into effective, practical and affordable solutions to (current and future) international and homeland security problems
    • Prepare people to better understand and deal more effectively with the international and homeland security challenges we face today, and will likely face in the future
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Strategy:
    • Capitalize on the university’s strengths, e.g.:
      • Size and comprehensiveness
      • Capability to deliver multidisciplinary programs
      • Nationally-ranked programs and world-class scholars and researchers
      • National leader in industry-funded research
      • Relationship with federal agencies responsible for homeland security and defense
      • Support to Ohio state government
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Strategy:
    • Establish the program as a university-wide (multi-functional, multi-disciplinary) effort
    • Do not establish a separate center/institute for homeland security (within a particular college or staff office) -- the entireuniversity is the “center”
      • Establish and support Homeland security and defense-related research and educational programs within and among various academic units
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Program for International and Homeland Security

Strategy … a Balanced Approach

Education

& Training

Outreach

& Service

Research &

Development

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Program for International and Homeland Security

Strategy – A Comprehensive Approach:

Research &

Development

Education &

Training

Outreach &

Service

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Graduate
  • Undergraduates
  • First-Year
  • Students
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Program for International andHomeland Security
  • Strategy:
    • Encourage Ohio State academic units, teams and individual scholars/researchers to work on international and homeland security problems, especially multidisciplinary programs, activities and initiatives
    • Leverage Ohio State resources through strategic partnerships and alliances, e.g., with:
      • Other universities and colleges
      • Battelle Memorial Institute
      • Other public- and private-sector organizations, e.g., State of Ohio Security Task Force
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Strategy:
    • Most importantly, make the program relevant and responsive to the current and future homeland-security requirements of:
      • Federal government
        • Executive Branch departments and agencies
          • Department of Homeland Security
        • Congressional committees
      • Ohio’s state and local government departments and agencies
      • Non-government organizations, e.g.,
        • Owners of critical infrastructure
        • Suppliers to the homeland-security market
establish a program that will
Establish a Program that Will …
  • Contribute to development of policies, plans, technologies, people, and other capabilities necessary to help implement:
    • National strategy documents (i.e., National Strategy for Homeland Security and related national strategies)
    • Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPDs 1-13)
    • National Incident Management System (March 2004)
    • National Response Plan [ESF and Incident Annexes], (December 2004)
    • Interim National Infrastructure Protection Plan (Feb 2005)
    • Interim National Preparedness Goal (April 2005)
    • Target Capabilities List – 1.1 (April 2005)
    • Ohio Homeland Security Strategic Plan (September 2004)
program strategy matrix
Program Strategy Matrix

Other Non-Government Organizations

Business & Industry

Local Government

State Government

Federal Government

Intelligence and Warning

Border and Transportation Security

Domestic Counter-terrorism

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Research &

Development

Education

& Training

Service

counter terrorism strategic model
Counter-terrorism Strategic Model

Identify & Characterize

Threats

Recovery &

Reconstitution

Deterrence

Post-Event

Response

Prediction

TERRORISM

EVENT

Forensics &

Attribution

Prevention

(Pre-emption)

Crisis

Management

Mitigation

(Preparation

and Protection)

Detect &

Characterize

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Counter-terrorism Strategic Model

Identify & Characterize

Threats

Recovery &

Reconstitution

Deterrence

Post-Event

Response

  • Opportunities:
  • Research
  • Development
  • Education
  • Training
  • Service

Prediction

Forensics &

Attribution

Prevention

(Pre-emption)

Crisis

Management

Mitigation

(Preparation

and Protection)

Detect &

Characterize

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Program for International and Homeland Security

Education & Training

Research & Development

Outreach & Service

VP

External

Relations

Sr. VP

Research

Provost

External

Partners

  • Advisors
  • Board
  • Faculty

Program

Director

  • Other Universities
  • Battele
  • Other Contractors

Other

Stakeholders

Requiring

& Funding

Agencies

OSU

Colleges

& Centers

  • Alumni
  • Civic Groups
  • Fed Government (e.g., DHS)
  • State & Local Government
  • Contractors
  • Foundations
  • Program Coordinators
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Agro-terrorism & Food Security

Bio-terrorism/Defense

Border Security & Immigration

Business and Contracting Issues

Civilian & Volunteer Activities

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Cyber-terrorism/Security

Domestic Terrorism & CT

Education and Training

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Government & Political Issues

Homeland Defense

Homeland Security – General

Information Sharing & Systems

Intelligence and Warning

International Issues

Legal & Justice Issues

Media & Communication Issues

Medical Care Delivery

Public Health

Risk Management & Insurance

Science and Technology

Sensors, Detection & Identification

Social, Religious & Cultural issues

Terrorism & Terrorists

Transportation Security

University Issues & Security

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Program for International and Homeland Security

Focus Groups: To encourage interdisciplinary research and study in this area, a number of focus groups have been established. These groups currently include:

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Agro-terrorism & Food Security

Bio-terrorism/Defense

Border Security & Immigration

Business and Contracting Issues

Civilian & Volunteer Activities

Critical Infrastructure Protection

Cyber-terrorism/Security

Domestic Terrorism & CT

Education and Training

Emergency Preparedness and Response

Government & Political Issues

Homeland Defense

Homeland Security – General

Information Sharing & Systems

Intelligence and Warning

International Issues

Legal & Justice Issues

Media & Communication Issues

Medical Care Delivery

Public Health

Risk Management & Insurance

Science and Technology

Sensors, Detection & Identification

Social, Religious & Cultural issues

Terrorism & Terrorists

Transportation Security

University Issues & Security

Weapons of Mass Destruction

Program for International and Homeland Security

Focus Groups: To encourage interdisciplinary research and study in this area, a number of focus groups have been established. These groups currently include:

Sign up at:

http://www.homelandsecurity.osu.edu

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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Colleges with research and blocks of instruction, courses or programs related to homeland security/defense:
    • College of Arts and Sciences (International Studies)
    • College of Biological Sciences
    • College of Business
    • College of Engineering (and School of Architecture)
    • College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
    • College of Humanities
    • College of Law
    • College of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
    • College of Medicine and Public Health
    • College of Nursing
    • College of Pharmacy
    • College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
    • School of Public Policy and Management
    • College of Veterinary Medicine
    • Ohio State University Extension
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • A few existing courses dealing with national security:
    • International Security and the Causes of War
    • U.S. Security Policy During and After the Cold War
    • Terror and Terrorism
    • Development and Control of Weapons of Mass Destruction
    • Introduction to Intelligence
    • Modern Intelligence History
    • Psychology of Personal Security
    • Food Security and Globalization
    • Information Security
    • Geography of Transportation Security
    • National Security and the Strategy-Making Process
    • Joint Military Operations and Area Studies
    • U.S. Security Policy
    • Issues in Biotechnology
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • A few new educational initiatives:
    • Undergraduate International Studies Program – “Security and Intelligence” specialization
    • Masters of Public Health – concentration in Veterinary Preventive Medicine
    • Center for Public Health Preparedness (CDC grant)
    • Center for Information Assurance
    • Bio-defense curriculum development for the health professions (HRSA grant)
    • Developing courses in bio-terrorism and defense for various curricula
    • Optional Homeland Security seminars for all 6,000+ freshmen
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Research centers and institutes involved with homeland security/defense research and development, e.g:
    • Center for Industrial Sensors and Measurements
    • Center for Information Assurance
    • Center for Mapping
    • Cognitive Systems Engineering Laboratory
    • ElectroScience Laboratory
    • National Regulatory Research Institute
    • Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center
    • Institute for Collaborative Research and Public Humanities
    • Center for Law, Policy and Social Science
    • Center for Public Health Preparedness
    • Ohio Center for Education in Bioterrorism Preparedness
    • Regional Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases
    • Center for Criminal Justice Research
    • Center for Urban and Regional Analysis
    • Mershon Center for the Study of International Security
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Program for International and Homeland Security
  • Outreach and service initiatives, e.g.:
    • Support to the Federal Government
      • U.S. House of Representatives – Homeland Security Act of 2002
      • Support to DHS and other federal agencies, e.g., DoD, DoE, DHHS, USDA
    • Support to state and local government agencies in Ohio
overview34
Overview
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
academic consortia
Academic Consortia

NORAD/USNORTHCOM

Homeland Security

and Defense

Education Consortium

AACC

Prepare America

Consortium

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Academic Consortia

National Academic Consortium

for

Homeland Security

NORAD/USNORTHCOM

Homeland Security

and Defense

Education Consortium

AACC

Prepare America

Consortium

NACHS

National Academic Consortium

for Homeland Security

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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • Established in March 2003
  • Objectives:
    • Promote interest in homeland-security research and development, education and training, and service, within academe
      • “Homeland Security” broadly defined
    • Facilitate communication and collaboration among academic institutions and scholars
    • Be a “strategic academic partner” to government agencies and non-government organizations responsible for, or interested in, homeland security
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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • No cost or formal obligation to join; we only ask member institutions to:
    • Identify a point of contact with whom we can share information and who, in turn, will share that information at the institution
    • Put into our NACHS (public, searchable) data base information describing its programs, courses and activities:

http://www.homelandsecurity.osu.edu/ /NACHS

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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • NACHS web site currently includes:
    • List of member institutions with links to their web site
    • NACHS contact person at each member institution
    • Data base of descriptive information for member- institution programs and activities
    • News and current events
    • Focus Group information
    • Upcoming Conferences and Events
    • Related sites
    • “Spotlight” column
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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • Current membership: 271 institutions, representing all 50 states, the D.C., the Territory of Guam, and Singapore
  • Consortium members include:
    • Public and private institutions
    • Major research universities
    • Four-year colleges
    • Two-year community colleges
    • 17 federal-government institutions
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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • Consortium institutions offer related:
    • Research and technology development
    • Degree programs
      • Associate
      • Baccalaureate
      • Graduate (masters, doctorate)
    • Certificate programs
    • Individual courses
    • Blocks of instruction within courses
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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • Consortium institutions offer:
    • Broad, inclusive programs
    • Specific, focused programs, e.g.:
      • Emergency Management
      • Criminal Justice
      • Public Health and Medical Care Delivery
      • Bio- and Agro-terrorism and defense
      • Cyber-terrorism and security
      • Infrastructure protection
      • Intelligence
      • International studies
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National Academic Consortiumfor Homeland Security (NACHS)
  • Some planned initiatives:
    • National conference – Spring 2006
    • New category of membership: academic and professional societies
    • On-line “Resource Center”
      • Searchable reference library of texts and articles
    • Research & education grant opportunities
    • Refereed journal
    • On-line “job fair” (position advertisements and applicant resumes/CVs)
summary
Summary
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
summary45
Summary
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
summary46
Summary
  • The Ohio State University
  • Program for International and Homeland Security
  • National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security
contact information
Contact Information

Dr. Todd Stewart

Director, Program for International and Homeland Security

The Ohio State University

Executive Director, National Academic Consortium for Homeland Security

Mershon Center

1501 Neil Avenue

Columbus, Ohio 43201

Telephone: (614) 688-3276 / 3420

E-mail: stewart.598@osu.edu

www.homelandsecurity.osu.edu