National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Response to Terrorism

Founding Year: 2005

Staff: 202

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William Braniff (Director)

A research and education center within the University of Maryland. It aims to “advance science-based knowledge about the human causes and consequences of terrorism and serve as a leading resource for homeland security policymakers and practitioners in an effort to ensure that homeland security policies and operations reflect these understandings about human behaviors.” Through its educational programs, it aims to develop human capital for the homeland security enterprise.

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