Ali Asgary

School of Administrative Studies

Associate Professor
Undergraduate Program Coordinator, BDEM
Adjunct Professor, Graduate Program, School of Information Technology, York University

Office: Atkinson College, 209A
Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext: 22879
Emailasgary@yorku.ca
Primary websitewww.yorku.ca/asgary
Secondary websitewww.yorku.ca/laps/sas/em

Ali Asgary is an expert in disaster, emergency, and business continuity management. His extensive research and effective teaching are enhanced by his active contributions to the profession and by translating them into real world practices at different levels. He is dynamic, engaging, and an award-winning researcher, educator, urban planner, and consultant. Because of his research and training for different organizations, Dr. Asgary is always on the cutting edge of the emerging disaster and emergency management field. He was among the faculty members who established this discipline in Canadian Universities, including York University and Brandon University. Ali is the author or coauthor of numerous scholarly and practitioner articles and his work has been extensively cited and referenced by other researchers. His research has been funded by SSHRC, NSERC, GEOIDE, PreCarN, AIF, YUFA, etc. Ali is frequently consulted by media (examples include:CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, CTV News, CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun, etc. ), associations, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private sector companies – for the latest developments and trends in disaster events, disaster management and business continuity in Canada and globally. Professor Asgary is the recipient of awards for his research, teaching and other contributions, including the International Association of Emergency Management Award, the outstanding paper of the year award by the Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, and Merit Awards.

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Ali Asgary is an expert in disaster, emergency, and business continuity management. His extensive research and effective teaching are enhanced by his active contributions to the profession and by translating them into real world practices at different levels. He is dynamic, engaging, and an award-winning researcher, educator, urban planner, and consultant. Because of his research and training for different organizations, Dr. Asgary is always on the cutting edge of the emerging disaster and emergency management field. He was among the faculty members who established this discipline in Canadian Universities, including York University and Brandon University. Ali is the author or coauthor of numerous scholarly and practitioner articles and his work has been extensively cited and referenced by other researchers. His research has been funded by SSHRC, NSERC, GEOIDE, PreCarN, AIF, YUFA, etc. Ali is frequently consulted by media (examples include:CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, CTV News, CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun, etc. ), associations, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private sector companies – for the latest developments and trends in disaster events, disaster management and business continuity in Canada and globally. Professor Asgary is the recipient of awards for his research, teaching and other contributions, including the International Association of Emergency Management Award, the outstanding paper of the year award by the Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, and Merit Awards.

Area of Specialization

Emergency Management

Degrees

PhD, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
MA, University of Tehran
BA, University of Tehran

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Past President, IAEM-CANADA (International Association of Emergency Managers).

Research Interests

Emergency Management , Urban Planning/Design , Disaster Simulation, Business continuity , Decision support systems, GIS, and IT applications in disaster and emergency management

Current Research Projects

Development of a Rule-Based Structural Fire Threat Assessment System for Canadian Fire Departments


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Precarn

Joint Emergency Preparedness Program - Program Safety Canada

Funders: 
SSHRC

Crisis Management: Case of School Shooting

Role: Collaborator

REAL-TIME MULTI-CRITERIA SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: IMPROVING FIRE RESPONSE IN CANADIAN COMMUNITIES


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principle Investigator

Determinants of Business Continuity Planning in Canada: Estimating Business’ Willingness to Pay for Power Outage Mitigation and Preparedness Using Stated Choice Analysis


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principle Investigator

Real-time oil spill detection using Laser-Induced Fluorescence LIDAR, Internet-based Temporal-GIS, and Mobile Emergency Asset Management


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-Investigator

Advanced Disaster, Emergency and Rapid Response Simulation Facility, Ontario Research Fund (ORF), ORF Research Infrastructure


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-Lead


Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2016
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2021

Funders: 
Ontario Research Fund (ORF), ORF Research Infrastructure

Advanced Disaster, Emergency and Rapid Response Simulation, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-PI


Start Date:  Month: May  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2021

Funders: 
NSERC

Building Bridges across Social and Computational Sciences: Using Big Data to Inform Humanitarian Policy and Interventions


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-investigator


Start Date:  Month: Sep  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2017

Funders: 
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

All Publications

Journal Articles

ASGARY, ALI. Business Continuity and Disaster Risk Management in Business Education: Case of York University. AD-minister [online]. 2016, n.28 [cited  2016-09-05], pp.49-72. Available from: . ISSN 1692-0279.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17230/ad-minister.28.3.

Asgary A., Ansari S., Duncan R., and Pradhan S., “Mapping potential airplane hazards and risks using airline traffic DATA”, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Volume 13, September 2015, pp. 276-280.

Juan Pablo Sarmiento, Gabriela Hoberman, Maria Ilcheva, Ali Asgary, Ana Maria Majano, Sarah Poggione, Luis R. Duran, Private sector and disaster risk reduction: The Cases of Bogota, Miami, Kingston, San Jose, Santiago, and Vancouver, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Mojtaba Rafieian, Ali Asgary, (2013) "Impacts of temporary housing on housing reconstruction after the Bam earthquake", Disaster Prevention and Management, Vol. 22 Iss: 1, pp.63 - 74.

Azimia, N., Asgary, A., 2013, Rural residents and choice of building earthquake-resistant house: results of a choice experiment study, Environmental Hazards.

Sadeghi-Naini A. and Asgary A. , (2013) "Modeling number of firefighters responding to an incident using artificial neural networks", International Journal of Emergency Services, Vol. 2 Iss: 2, pp.104 – 118.

Ali Asgary, Nooreddin Azimi, Muhammad Imtiaz Anjum, (2013) Measuring small businesses disaster resiliency: case of small businesses impacted by the 2010 flood in Pakistan, International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management, 4(2), 170-187.

Asgary A, Anjum MI, Azimi N, (2013) "Disaster recovery and business continuity after the 2010 flood in Pakistan: Case of small businesses", International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2, 46-56.

Asgary, A., Moeini, S.M., Mehregan, N., 2012, Willingness to pay for enhancing local emergency preparedness programmes: evidences from Canada, International Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 8, No. 2, PP.168-181.

Asgary, A., Sadeghi Naini, A., Levy, J., 2012, Modeling the risk of structural fire incidents using a self-organizing map, Fire Safety Journal, Volume 49, Pages 1-9.

Paulus, Jeremy and Asgary, Ali (2011) "Enhancing Border Security: Local Values and Preferences at the Blue Water Bridge (Point Edward, Canada)," Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Vol. 7 (1), Article 77.

Mehregan N., Asgary A., and Rezaei M., 2011, “Disasters and employment changes: impacts of the Bam earthquake on employment structure using shift-share analysis”, Disasters, 17 NOV 2011, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7717.2011.01268.x

Asgary A., Halim A., (2011), “Measuring Peoples’ Preferences for Cyclone Vulnerability Reduction Measures in Bangladesh”, Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management 20 (2), 186-198.

Asgary , Ali; Rezvani, Mohammad Reza and Mehregan , Nader (2011): Local Residents’ Preferences for Second Home Tourism Development Policies: A Choice Experiment nalysis. Published in: TOURISMOS: An International Multidisciplinary Journal of Tourism , Vol. 6, No. 1 (15. April 2011): pp. 31-51.

Asgary, A. and Naini, A. S. (2011) , MODELLING THE ADAPTATION OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING BY BUSINESSES USING NEURAL NETWORKS. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management. doi: 10.1002/isaf.326

Asgary, A. and Y. Mousavi-Jahromi, 2011. Power outage, business continuity and businesses' choices of power outage mitigation measures. Am. J. Econ. Bus. Admin., 3: 312-320.

Asgary Ali, Ghaffari Alireza, and Levy Jason, 2010, “Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Structural Fire Incidents and Their Causes: A Case of Toronto, Canada”, Fire Safety Journal, 45 (1), 44-57.

Asgary Ali, 2010, “Spatial Patterns and Distribution of Disasters in the OIC Member Countries”, Arab World Geographers, 12 (1,2).

Asgary Ali, Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Structural Fire Incidents and Their Causes: A Case of Toronto, Canada, Fire Safety Journal, 2010, 45 (1), 44-57.

Bagheri, Ali, Darijani, Musa, Asgary, Ali, and Morid, Saeid, 2010, “Crisis in Urban Water Systems during the Reconstruction Period: A System Dynamics Analysis of Alternative Policies after the 2003 Earthquake in Bam-Iran, Water Resource Management, 0920-4741, 1573-1650.

Asgary Ali, Sadeghi Alireza, and Levy, Jason, 2009, “INTELLIGENT SECURITY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FOR MODELING FIRE CRITICAL INCIDENTS: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE SECURITY”, J Syst Sci Syst Eng, 1861-9576

Asgary Ali, Levey Jason and Mehregan Nader, 2007, “Estimating Willingness to Pay for a Hypothethical Earthquake Early Warning System”, Environmental Hazards 7, 312-320

Asgary, A., Klosterman, R. and Razani, A., 2007, “Sustainable Urban Growth Management Using What-If?”, International Journal of Environmental Research, 1(3): 218-230.

Levy, J.K., Hartmann, J., Li, K.W., An, Y. & Asgary, A. (2007) Multi-criteria Decision Support Systems for Flood Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Response in Urban Watersheds, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 43(2):1-13.

Badri S.A., Asgary A., Eftekhari, AR., and Levy J., 2006, “Post Disaster Resettlement, Development and Change: 12 Years after Manjil Earthquake”, Disasters, 30 (4): 451-468.

Bagheri A., Asgary A., Rafiean M., and Levy J., 2006. “Measuring Urban Water System Performance: A Fuzzy Inference Model Approach”, Journal of the American Water Works Association, 98(11): 84-92.

Burns C., Asgary A., and Levy J., (2005), “Operator support for ageing nuclear critical infrastructure systems: integrating ecological interface design with prospect theory, Int. J. Critical Infrastructures, 4(1): 299-311.

Asgary A., Willis K.G., Taghvaei A.A., and Rafiean M., (2004), "Estimating Rural Households Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance", European Journal of Health Economics, 5(3): 209-215.

Eftekhari A.R., Asgary Ali, and Taherkhani Mahdi, 2002, “Industrial Districts and Rural Development: A case Study of Markazi Province”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development, XII(2):47-60.

Asgary A., Willis K.G., and Hosseini, (2000), “The Impacts of Caspian Sea Level Rise on the Housing Market”, Journal of Humanities, 7(4):1-8.

Asgary Ali, and Willis K.G., (1997), “Estimating the Benefits of Construction Measures to Mitigate Earthquake Risk”, Environment & Planning B, Planning and Design, 24:613-624.

Asgary Ali and Willis K.G., (1997), “Households’ Behavior in Response to Earthquake Risk: An Assessment of Alternative Theories”, International Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, 21(4).

Conference Proceedings

Ali Asgary, Alireza Ghaffari, and Albert Kong, Automated Intelligent Emergency Assessment of GTA Pipeline Events, ASME Conf. Proc. 2010, 413 (2010), DOI:10.1115/IPC2010-31006

Conferences

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/DEMS3705 3.0  Emergency Management: Field Experience FDEX  


Ali Asgary is an expert in disaster, emergency, and business continuity management. His extensive research and effective teaching are enhanced by his active contributions to the profession and by translating them into real world practices at different levels. He is dynamic, engaging, and an award-winning researcher, educator, urban planner, and consultant. Because of his research and training for different organizations, Dr. Asgary is always on the cutting edge of the emerging disaster and emergency management field. He was among the faculty members who established this discipline in Canadian Universities, including York University and Brandon University. Ali is the author or coauthor of numerous scholarly and practitioner articles and his work has been extensively cited and referenced by other researchers. His research has been funded by SSHRC, NSERC, GEOIDE, PreCarN, AIF, YUFA, etc. Ali is frequently consulted by media (examples include:CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, CTV News, CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun, etc. ), associations, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private sector companies – for the latest developments and trends in disaster events, disaster management and business continuity in Canada and globally. Professor Asgary is the recipient of awards for his research, teaching and other contributions, including the International Association of Emergency Management Award, the outstanding paper of the year award by the Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, and Merit Awards.


Ali Asgary is an expert in disaster, emergency, and business continuity management. His extensive research and effective teaching are enhanced by his active contributions to the profession and by translating them into real world practices at different levels. He is dynamic, engaging, and an award-winning researcher, educator, urban planner, and consultant. Because of his research and training for different organizations, Dr. Asgary is always on the cutting edge of the emerging disaster and emergency management field. He was among the faculty members who established this discipline in Canadian Universities, including York University and Brandon University. Ali is the author or coauthor of numerous scholarly and practitioner articles and his work has been extensively cited and referenced by other researchers. His research has been funded by SSHRC, NSERC, GEOIDE, PreCarN, AIF, YUFA, etc. Ali is frequently consulted by media (examples include:CBC, Toronto Star, Globe & Mail, CTV News, CBC Radio, Vancouver Sun, etc. ), associations, governmental and non-governmental organizations and private sector companies – for the latest developments and trends in disaster events, disaster management and business continuity in Canada and globally. Professor Asgary is the recipient of awards for his research, teaching and other contributions, including the International Association of Emergency Management Award, the outstanding paper of the year award by the Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management, and Merit Awards.

Area of Specialization

Emergency Management

Degrees

PhD, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, England
MA, University of Tehran
BA, University of Tehran

Appointments

Faculty of Graduate Studies

Professional Leadership

Past President, IAEM-CANADA (International Association of Emergency Managers).

Research Interests:

Emergency Management , Urban Planning/Design , Economic valuation techniques, Disaster Simulation, Business continuity , Decision support systems, GIS, and IT applications in disaster and emergency management

Current Research Projects

Development of a Rule-Based Structural Fire Threat Assessment System for Canadian Fire Departments


Project Type: Funded
Funders: 
Precarn

Joint Emergency Preparedness Program - Program Safety Canada

Funders: 
SSHRC

Crisis Management: Case of School Shooting

Role: Collaborator

REAL-TIME MULTI-CRITERIA SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS: IMPROVING FIRE RESPONSE IN CANADIAN COMMUNITIES


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principle Investigator

Determinants of Business Continuity Planning in Canada: Estimating Business’ Willingness to Pay for Power Outage Mitigation and Preparedness Using Stated Choice Analysis


Project Type: Funded
Role: Principle Investigator

Real-time oil spill detection using Laser-Induced Fluorescence LIDAR, Internet-based Temporal-GIS, and Mobile Emergency Asset Management


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-Investigator

Advanced Disaster, Emergency and Rapid Response Simulation Facility, Ontario Research Fund (ORF), ORF Research Infrastructure


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-Lead


Start Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2016
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2021

Funders: 
Ontario Research Fund (ORF), ORF Research Infrastructure

Advanced Disaster, Emergency and Rapid Response Simulation, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC)


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-PI


Start Date:  Month: May  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jun  Year: 2021

Funders: 
NSERC

Building Bridges across Social and Computational Sciences: Using Big Data to Inform Humanitarian Policy and Interventions


Project Type: Funded
Role: Co-investigator


Start Date:  Month: Sep  Year: 2015
End Date:  Month: Jul  Year: 2017

Funders: 
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)

All Publications

Journal Articles

ASGARY, ALI. Business Continuity and Disaster Risk Management in Business Education: Case of York University. AD-minister [online]. 2016, n.28 [cited  2016-09-05], pp.49-72. Available from: . ISSN 1692-0279.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17230/ad-minister.28.3.

Asgary A., Ansari S., Duncan R., and Pradhan S., “Mapping potential airplane hazards and risks using airline traffic DATA”, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Volume 13, September 2015, pp. 276-280.

Juan Pablo Sarmiento, Gabriela Hoberman, Maria Ilcheva, Ali Asgary, Ana Maria Majano, Sarah Poggione, Luis R. Duran, Private sector and disaster risk reduction: The Cases of Bogota, Miami, Kingston, San Jose, Santiago, and Vancouver, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Mojtaba Rafieian, Ali Asgary, (2013) "Impacts of temporary housing on housing reconstruction after the Bam earthquake", Disaster Prevention and Management, Vol. 22 Iss: 1, pp.63 - 74.

Azimia, N., Asgary, A., 2013, Rural residents and choice of building earthquake-resistant house: results of a choice experiment study, Environmental Hazards.

Sadeghi-Naini A. and Asgary A. , (2013) "Modeling number of firefighters responding to an incident using artificial neural networks", International Journal of Emergency Services, Vol. 2 Iss: 2, pp.104 – 118.

Ali Asgary, Nooreddin Azimi, Muhammad Imtiaz Anjum, (2013) Measuring small businesses disaster resiliency: case of small businesses impacted by the 2010 flood in Pakistan, International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management, 4(2), 170-187.

Asgary A, Anjum MI, Azimi N, (2013) "Disaster recovery and business continuity after the 2010 flood in Pakistan: Case of small businesses", International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2, 46-56.

Asgary, A., Moeini, S.M., Mehregan, N., 2012, Willingness to pay for enhancing local emergency preparedness programmes: evidences from Canada, International Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 8, No. 2, PP.168-181.

Asgary, A., Sadeghi Naini, A., Levy, J., 2012, Modeling the risk of structural fire incidents using a self-organizing map, Fire Safety Journal, Volume 49, Pages 1-9.

Paulus, Jeremy and Asgary, Ali (2011) "Enhancing Border Security: Local Values and Preferences at the Blue Water Bridge (Point Edward, Canada)," Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management: Vol. 7 (1), Article 77.

Mehregan N., Asgary A., and Rezaei M., 2011, “Disasters and employment changes: impacts of the Bam earthquake on employment structure using shift-share analysis”, Disasters, 17 NOV 2011, DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-7717.2011.01268.x

Asgary A., Halim A., (2011), “Measuring Peoples’ Preferences for Cyclone Vulnerability Reduction Measures in Bangladesh”, Journal of Disaster Prevention and Management 20 (2), 186-198.

Asgary , Ali; Rezvani, Mohammad Reza and Mehregan , Nader (2011): Local Residents’ Preferences for Second Home Tourism Development Policies: A Choice Experiment nalysis. Published in: TOURISMOS: An International Multidisciplinary Journal of Tourism , Vol. 6, No. 1 (15. April 2011): pp. 31-51.

Asgary, A. and Naini, A. S. (2011) , MODELLING THE ADAPTATION OF BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING BY BUSINESSES USING NEURAL NETWORKS. Intelligent Systems in Accounting, Finance and Management. doi: 10.1002/isaf.326

Asgary, A. and Y. Mousavi-Jahromi, 2011. Power outage, business continuity and businesses' choices of power outage mitigation measures. Am. J. Econ. Bus. Admin., 3: 312-320.

Asgary Ali, Ghaffari Alireza, and Levy Jason, 2010, “Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Structural Fire Incidents and Their Causes: A Case of Toronto, Canada”, Fire Safety Journal, 45 (1), 44-57.

Asgary Ali, 2010, “Spatial Patterns and Distribution of Disasters in the OIC Member Countries”, Arab World Geographers, 12 (1,2).

Asgary Ali, Spatial and Temporal Analysis of Structural Fire Incidents and Their Causes: A Case of Toronto, Canada, Fire Safety Journal, 2010, 45 (1), 44-57.

Bagheri, Ali, Darijani, Musa, Asgary, Ali, and Morid, Saeid, 2010, “Crisis in Urban Water Systems during the Reconstruction Period: A System Dynamics Analysis of Alternative Policies after the 2003 Earthquake in Bam-Iran, Water Resource Management, 0920-4741, 1573-1650.

Asgary Ali, Sadeghi Alireza, and Levy, Jason, 2009, “INTELLIGENT SECURITY SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FOR MODELING FIRE CRITICAL INCIDENTS: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE SECURITY”, J Syst Sci Syst Eng, 1861-9576

Asgary Ali, Levey Jason and Mehregan Nader, 2007, “Estimating Willingness to Pay for a Hypothethical Earthquake Early Warning System”, Environmental Hazards 7, 312-320

Asgary, A., Klosterman, R. and Razani, A., 2007, “Sustainable Urban Growth Management Using What-If?”, International Journal of Environmental Research, 1(3): 218-230.

Levy, J.K., Hartmann, J., Li, K.W., An, Y. & Asgary, A. (2007) Multi-criteria Decision Support Systems for Flood Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Response in Urban Watersheds, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 43(2):1-13.

Badri S.A., Asgary A., Eftekhari, AR., and Levy J., 2006, “Post Disaster Resettlement, Development and Change: 12 Years after Manjil Earthquake”, Disasters, 30 (4): 451-468.

Bagheri A., Asgary A., Rafiean M., and Levy J., 2006. “Measuring Urban Water System Performance: A Fuzzy Inference Model Approach”, Journal of the American Water Works Association, 98(11): 84-92.

Burns C., Asgary A., and Levy J., (2005), “Operator support for ageing nuclear critical infrastructure systems: integrating ecological interface design with prospect theory, Int. J. Critical Infrastructures, 4(1): 299-311.

Asgary A., Willis K.G., Taghvaei A.A., and Rafiean M., (2004), "Estimating Rural Households Willingness to Pay for Health Insurance", European Journal of Health Economics, 5(3): 209-215.

Eftekhari A.R., Asgary Ali, and Taherkhani Mahdi, 2002, “Industrial Districts and Rural Development: A case Study of Markazi Province”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Rural Development, XII(2):47-60.

Asgary A., Willis K.G., and Hosseini, (2000), “The Impacts of Caspian Sea Level Rise on the Housing Market”, Journal of Humanities, 7(4):1-8.

Asgary Ali, and Willis K.G., (1997), “Estimating the Benefits of Construction Measures to Mitigate Earthquake Risk”, Environment & Planning B, Planning and Design, 24:613-624.

Asgary Ali and Willis K.G., (1997), “Households’ Behavior in Response to Earthquake Risk: An Assessment of Alternative Theories”, International Journal of Disaster Studies, Policy and Management, 21(4).

Conference Proceedings

Ali Asgary, Alireza Ghaffari, and Albert Kong, Automated Intelligent Emergency Assessment of GTA Pipeline Events, ASME Conf. Proc. 2010, 413 (2010), DOI:10.1115/IPC2010-31006

Conferences


Teaching:

Upcoming Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Fall 2017 AP/DEMS3705 3.0  Emergency Management: Field Experience FDEX