This site uses javascript to implement some of its functionality. Please enable javascript in your web browser to ensure full functionality is available.


July 16, 2010




University of Maine at Fort Kent Assistant Professor of Public Safety Administration & Criminal Justice, Dr. Thomas Anthony “Tony” Enerva, has been selected to attend the first faculty development workshop at the Center for Homeland Defense and Security at the Naval Postgraduate School from August 9 to 13 in Monterey, California. 

Attendance at CHDS conferences and workshops is by invitation only. Dr. Enerva is one of only 30 participants from across the country to have been selected to participate in the all-expenses-paid workshop. 
The primary objective of the workshop is to address the recognized shortfall of faculty who are qualified to address the variety of issues that should be covered in a homeland security educational program.
The workshop is limited to academics/faculty from university and agency partnership initiative institutions. Subjects to be covered include: Introduction to Homeland Security; Comparative Homeland Security; Technology in Homeland Security; and Multidisciplinary Approaches to Homeland Security, including civilian/military relations.
“I am elated to have been selected to attend the faculty workshop at the Center for Homeland Defense in Security. This academic opportunity will offer significant benefits and positively contribute to the development of the Emergency Management program at UMFK.”
Dr. Enerva received a Juris Doctor in Public & Administrative Law from the University of Minnesota. He received a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration, both from San Diego State (California) University. He also received an Associate of Science degree in Criminology from Grossmont (El Cajon, California)) College.
Dr. Enerva has been a member of the UMFK faculty since 2005 and was awarded tenure by the University of Maine System Board of Trustees this past spring.