Dr. Berke is a professor of land use and environmental planning in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning, and Director of the Institute of Sustainable Coastal Communities at Texas A&M University. His work lies at the intersection of land use planning, urban ecology, and community resilience to environmental hazards. Engaging the public in identifying issues and in creating and implementing solutions is a core tenant of Berke’s efforts to empower community governance.
Dr. Moats is a lecturer in the online Graduate Certificate of Homeland Security Program in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. He also serves as Associate Director and Program Director of Weapons of Mass Destruction for the Emergency Services Training Institute at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service. In addition to a long and decorated career in emergency services, Dr. Moats has published articles on crisis management and training and development
The ISTPP Fellows program recognizes individuals who have made or are committed to making significant contributions to the development of the Institute and to its mission, aims, and objectives. Participation as an ISTPP Fellow is by invitation from the Institute’s Director. Meet our other Fellows by visiting our website – https://bush.tamu.edu/istpp/fellows/.