Dr. Scott Robinson Invited to Speak at University of North Carolina

February 11, 2011

MPSA Associate Professor Dr. Robinson has been invited to present his research to the faculty of the University of North Carolina – Charlotte, Department of Political Science on February 18th.  His presentation will focus on the factors that support long-term relationships between school districts and nonprofits in preparing for emergencies and disasters.  While there, Dr. Robinson will also moderate an event entitled, “Public and Nonprofit Collaboration in Disaster Response,” sponsored by UNC-Charlotte’s Nonprofit and Voluntary Action Center, the Center for Applied Terrorism Studies, and the Foundation for the Carolinas.  The purpose of this event is to showcase and describe for the UNC—Charlotte community, local government and nonprofit workers, and the general public some of the great public and nonprofit collaboration that is taking place in areas of disaster preparation and response.  This is an opportunity for local agencies to discuss what they are doing and how they are working with other organizations to prepare our community for a disaster.  As such, we expect a mixed audience of faculty and students, workers in local government and nonprofit agencies dealing with these areas, and some members of the general public.

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