Conclusion: Perspectives on Effective Collaborative STEM Research Experiences Linked to DHS Centers of Excellence (COE)

Kevin A. Peters (Morgan State University, USA), Cecelia Wright Brown (University of Baltimore, USA), and Kofi Nyarko (Morgan State University, USA)
Copyright: © 2014 |Pages: 292
EISBN13: 9781466663985|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-5946-9.ch012
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The previous chapters in this book demonstrate how collaborative research linked to DHS Centers for Excellence support the overall mission of DHS, while at the same time support research by faculty and students at institutions of higher education. The value added and success of these programs highlight the importance of developing effective partnerships that can lead to quality research experiences for faculty, students, and teachers. In addition, the research highlighted stresses the importance of developing a strong workforce that begins long before students make the transition to institutions of higher learning. It is important that early career faculty researchers, experienced researchers, as well as undergraduate and graduate students understand DHS research priority areas that can effectively support the overall mission of DHS. The collaborative research that is linked to other federal and state agencies is important in addressing complex security issues that have an impact on the general public.
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