HSEM 494 Practicum/Capstone Project

HSEM 494 Practicum/Capstone Project

 

The practicum is the culmination of the learning process where theory is put into practice. For the security studies major, there are two options for this final effort. First, students can elect to research a specific element of foreign or domestic terrorism. This would require an in depth study of a particular group, with a final product of a mitigation or co-opting strategy. The alternative is an emergency management project that would include the creation of a detailed emergency preparation or response action plan. The plan would be based on a risk analysis that includes critical infrastructure protection, threat prioritization, and intelligence analysis.

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Practicum Papers from 2018

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Portland International Airport Patient Tracking and Family Reunification Proposal, Amani Atallah

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Project Proposal: Incident Communication Strategy, Marcus Clegg

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Project Proposal: Increasing CERFP Activation, Taylor Davis

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Project Proposal: Montgomery Security, Cody Eastley

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Emergency Action Plan for Lakeview Recreation Center, Jade Fessler

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Clark County Fire & Rescue: Partnership Proposal, Samuel Gillenwater

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Living Water Church: Emergency Action Plan, Angela Hage

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Training Tracking System Proposal: Multnomah County Emergency Management, Beth Leavitt

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Hilton Garden Inn Emergency Operations Analysis and Proposal, Mikaela McDaniel

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First Responder Preparedness Campaign for the Olympia Fire Department, Gabe Padukiewicz

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Emergency Preparedness Among Salem’s Hispanic Population: Proposal to Improve Emergency Preparedness and Engagement, John C. Pegg II

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Marion County, Oregon Integration of School Emergency Preparedness, Mitch Sechler

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Project Proposal: The Jentay Group, Edward Vasquez

Practicum Papers from 2017

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Enhanced Response Plan for Woodland Primary School, Brian Harper

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Practicum Methods and Research: East County Fire & Rescue EOP Scope, Kyle Henderson

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Practicum: Clark College Emergency Operations Plan 2017, Jesse Tillie

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Local/State Emergency Management Relationships, Joshua L. Van Dyke