Phillip Schertzing, Michigan State University

Assistant Professor School of Criminal Justice East Lansing, Michigan schertzi@msu.edu Office: (517) 432-3156

Bio/Research

Phil Schertzing has served at Michigan State University since July 2002 with a dual appointment as director of the Global Community Security Institute and as an academic specialist/instructor in the School of Criminal Justice. Responsible for coordinating a variety of multidisciplinary emergency ...

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Bio/Research

Phil Schertzing has served at Michigan State University since July 2002 with a dual appointment as director of the Global Community Security Institute and as an academic specialist/instructor in the School of Criminal Justice. Responsible for coordinating a variety of multidisciplinary emergency management and homeland security-related outreach, training and education programs and activities at MSU, he also teaches Introduction to Criminal Justice as well as Foundations of Homeland Security, which is a core course in MSU’s new, online Certificate in Homeland Security Studies program. He served several months as project manager for the federally funded Critical Incident Protocol Community Facilitation Program, administered by the School of Criminal Justice to help communities nationwide to develop public-private sector partnerships for emergency preparedness. He also serves as adjunct faculty for the Academic Center for Public Health Preparedness at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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