Our rigorous academic programs – helmed by expert and experienced faculty – are helping to shape future leaders in the fields of preparedness, security and informatics. CEHC offers undergraduate, graduate, doctoral and continuing education programs in areas leading to careers in emergency preparedness, homeland security, cybersecurity, informatics, information science and library science.
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5 Questions with Faculty: Marcie Fraser
Marcie Fraser joined CEHC last fall as the new instructor for the Questar III BOCES New Visions: Emergency Preparedness, Informatics, Cyber and Homeland Security (EPICH) program.
CEHC Capstone Partners Students with New York City Emergency Management
Students worked on a semester-long project to help NYCEM prepare for its annual citywide continuity of operations virtual conference in December 2021.
CEHC Professor Analyzes Economic Cost of Critical Infrastructure Disruptions
Study finds highway delays can cause economic losses of up to $250 million in one day.
Racial and Ethnic Disparities Persist in HIV Diagnoses
While HIV infection rates are declining, a recent study done in partnership with the University shows that racial and ethnic disparities remain in HIV diagnoses among heterosexually active adults in the United States.
Cybersecurity Professor Inspires Ghanaian Students to Pursue Their Dreams
CEHC's Benjamin Yankson is leading Global CyberTech Exchange, a fully volunteer operation where experts, teachers, community members and students from around the world exchange technology and cyber knowledge and expertise to improve global security posture.