College Students Seek Solutions to Terrorism
Cook, Stephanie, The Christian Science Monitor
Recent terrorist attacks in places like the Middle East and Yemen have sparked many students to ask: Why does terrorism occur, and what can I do to stop it?
The University of Missouri-Columbia introduced a unique class this semester to help answer that question. It teaches students how to respond to and combat threats or acts of cyber-, biological, and chemical terrorism.
The course explains why such acts occur and how to prevent them and minimize their impact. It also examines the scientific and technical aspects of counterterrorism.
"This is becoming a sensitive area, and other universities are starting these types of programs," says …
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Publication information: Article title: College Students Seek Solutions to Terrorism. Contributors: Cook, Stephanie - Author. Newspaper title: The Christian Science Monitor. Publication date: November 7, 2000. Page number: 12. © 2009 The Christian Science Publishing Society. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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