Sending Office: Honorable Rosa L. DeLauro
Sent By:
Sarah.Laven@mail.house.gov

Lunch Briefing: Preparing the Next Generation Analyst

Experiential Education in Public Safety, Critical Infrastructure & Terrorism Studies

December 12, 2017 – 12:00–1:30PM
Rayburn 2075

Dear Colleague,

By now you should have received an invitation to a briefing on Tuesday, December 12th at noon in 2075 Rayburn:
Preparing the Next Generation Analyst: Experiential Education in Public Safety, Critical Infrastructure & Terrorism Studies
.

As national security and public safety threats continue to multiply at home and abroad, big-data has become an essential asset in assessing risk and predicting threats. That is why I wanted to make sure that you saw the attached invitation for this informational
briefing to hear about the latest in big data analytics from experts at the University of New Haven and the New American Colleges and Universities consortium.  The full invitation is included below for your review.

Sincerely,

Rosa L. DeLauro
Member of Congress

 

Preparing the Next Generation Analyst:
Experiential Education in Public Safety, Critical Infrastructure & Terrorism Studies

Presented by the University of New Haven’s Center for Analytics

Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 12:00 – 1:30PM
2075 Rayburn House Office Building

(This is a widely attended event and lunch will be provided)

Distinguished Speakers
Representative Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut’s 3rd Congressional District
Dr. Daniel J. May, Provost & Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of New Haven
Dr. Nancy Hensel, President, New American Colleges & Universities


Student Presentations
Marwa Lahlou, B.S. in Political Science, 2015, MBA, 2017
Stephen Pollard, B.S. National Security Studies, 2017


The Center for Analytics (CFA) at the University of New Haven (UNH) is a hub of sponsored research providing custom data collection and analytic services to partners in the public and private sectors. Based within the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal
Justice and Forensic Sciences at UNH, CFA combines cutting edge analytic approaches with subject matter expertise in the fields of public safety and national security. CFA employs approximately 100 student researchers who are trained to use sophisticated collection
techniques to extract data from publicly available information at a fraction of industry cost.


The New American Colleges and Universities is a national consortium of selective, small to mid-size (2,000 – 7,500 students) independent colleges and universities dedicated to the purposeful integration
of liberal education, professional studies, and civic engagement. The New American Colleges and Universities collectively and individually are often cited as models of the intentional integration of teaching and learning, scholarship, and service.


UNH’s Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences links scholars, researchers, students, forensic scientists, law enforcement, the legal community and professional practitioners in many
fields to address the scientific and social issues confronting forensic science and the criminal justice system throughout the world. Through training, consultation, research and a unique public learning center, the Institute’s goal is to make the criminal
justice system more effective.

 

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