New Homeland Security Center Opens at Fayetteville State University

Historically black Fayetteville State University in North Carolina has announced the opening of its Center for Defense and Homeland Security. The new center will conduct research on mitigation and recovery from natural and man-made catastrophic disasters. Among other topics, the center will conduct research on cyber security, counter measures for chemical and biological terrorism, and critical infrastructure protection.

Eighteen faculty members at Fayetteville State University will be involved in the work of the new center. Most will be from STEM disciplines. The university’s budget director and the university emergency management director will also be involved with the center’s research.

Readers interested in the new center can read the online brochure by clicking here.

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