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DR. ENERVA ATTENDS HOMELAND DEFENSE AND SECURITY SUMMIT

March 28, 2011

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University of Maine at Fort Kent Associate Professor of Public Safety Administration & Criminal Justice, Tony Enerva, (left) talks with Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator, W. Craig Fugate, at the fifth annual Homeland Defense and Security Education Summit held at the University of Maryland University College in Adelphi, Maryland on March 10-11.

 

University of Maine at Fort Kent Associate Professor of Public Safety Administration & Criminal Justice, Dr. Thomas Anthony “Tony” Enerva, attended the fifth annual Homeland Defense and Security Education Summit held at the University of Maryland University College in Adelphi, Maryland on March 10-11.

The 2011 Summit addressed whether the Homeland Security and Defense education community is meeting the needs of practitioners and policymakers, as well as explored whether the academic discipline responds to the multi-faceted requirements of Homeland Security/Homeland Defense professionals in terms of research, critical thinking, education programs, and strategic advising.

 
Keynote speaker at the summit was Federal Emergency Management Agency Administrator, W. Craig Fugate.
 
“I was pleased to attend the Homeland Defense and Security Education Summit. This academic opportunity offers significant benefits and a positive contribution to the development and emergence of the Emergency Management program at UMFK.”
 
UMFK has begun a new degree program in Homeland Security/Emergency Management this semester.
 
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 last year.