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"An Engine of Innovation to Develop the Next Generation of National Security Workforce."
The Center represents a compilation of innovative and transformative research focus areas that will revolutionize multiple disciplines as well as commercial and novel technologies in the southeastern region of North Carolina and beyond.
CDHS - the Center for Defense and Homeland Security at Fayetteville State University is a new research and development initiative in support of the mitigation and recovery of natural and man-made catastrophic disasters, within the U.S. >> Read More
Through strategic partnerships with industry associates, institutions of higher education, the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and other federal, state, and local entities, the CDHS will be engaged in transformational education, research and the commercialization of emerging scientific technologies in areas critical to the national security of the U.S.
STEM Education and Outreach
These focus areas or essential paths of investigation will inform strategic initiatives, calculated research and visionary developments that avow significant impact in support of the mitigation and recovery of natural and man-made catastrophic disasters, within the U.S., and international countries of strategic interest to the U.S.
Dr. Curtis Charles
Mr. John Bellamy
University Program Associate
Ms. Julia Valera