Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security

Founding Year: 2005



David Schanzer (Director)

Is an organization that aims to “enhance the understanding of terrorism and the means to combat it through education, research and the development of partnerships between universities, industry and government.” It conducts research, comments on current events and policy debates, runs executive education programs and sponsors multiple events each year so that students can interact with leading practitioners and scholars.



Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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