Each semester our faculty and students discuss emergency management research, current issues, and trends in our classes, seminars, and at IAEM@UD functions. We are always interested in having our alumni speak live or virtually and have a wide range of opportunities. For example, you could: discuss your career or current position, describe an interesting program you are running, present a working paper, discuss a new research project, lead a discussion about some cutting edge issue or problem in the field. These are just a few of the possibilities.
Spring 2016 speakers included Josh Kelly, Delaware Public Assistance Officer and a Natural Hazards Planner for the Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) ; Anthony Cario speaking about International Disaster Risk Reduction at the United Nations; and Scott Graham, Emily Fortuna and Joe Prewitt from the Mid-Atlantic Red Cross. All speakers present in the Disaster Research Center conference room unless otherwise coordinated.
Check DRC Events for upcoming DRC & IAEM@UD presentations and activities!
How can I become a guest speaker?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact information and a brief statement of what you're interested in speaking about and a DRC faculty member will contact you to discuss upcoming opportunities.