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Security Studies: The Homeland Adapts

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AUTHOR:
Stanley Supinski

Stanley Supinski is a faculty member and the director of partnership programs for the Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS). Prior to joining CHDS, Dr. Supinski was the deputy for training and education for the North American Aerospace Defense Command and USNORTHCOM, where he developed the organizations' academic training and education programs. He may be contacted at sbsupins@nps.edu.

ABSTRACT:
This essay examines the development of homeland security education since 9/11 and the influences that have helped to shape its evolution. Stanley Supinski highlights some key challenges that remain to be addressed in order for homeland security to achieve academic maturity.

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SUGGESTED CITATION:
Supinski, Stanley. “Security Studies: The Homeland Adapts.” Homeland Security Affairs 7, 10 Years After: The 9/11 Essays (September 2011)
http://www.hsaj.org/?article=7.2.6
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