Forum to focus on terrorism, national security research

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The International Center for the Study of Terrorism (ICST), in conjunction with the Office of the Vice President for Research, will be holding an open forum on terrorism and national security studies research on the morning of Jan. 29 at the Nittany Lion Inn. Faculty members from any home department or campus are welcome to attend the interdisciplinary forum, which will include a light breakfast.

This forum is aimed at providing an innovative and efficient way to survey potential research synergies and to connect faculty with similar research interests. All attendees will present a “quick-fire” 60-second overview of their research interests using a provided PowerPoint template. Time will also be allotted for networking and break-out discussions based on research interests.

To gauge initial interest, faculty who would like to attend are encouraged to respond to a short survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5D3FM2Z.

For more information about ICST, visit www.icst.psu.edu. Additional details on the event, including a schedule, will be posted at a later date on the website.
 

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Last Updated November 08, 2012