Whether meeting the needs of our clients through full scale exercises that involve multiple stakeholders and the public, or appearing at professional conferences to share best practices, CHHS expertise can be found around Maryland and across the globe during these events.
Thu16Oct2014Loews Atlanta Hotel
The Network for Public Health Law has invited three CHHS leaders to participate in their 2014 Public Health Law Conference entitied "Intersection of Law, Policy, and Prevention." CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger will be a part pf the panel on Legal Preparedness After Hurricane Sandy, while Associate Director Amy Major and Public Health Program Manager Trudy Henson will be joined by former CHHSer Earl Stoddard, now Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Response Program Administrator for the Department of Health and Human Services in Montgomery County, Maryland, to present on Alternate Care Sites: Legal Issues, Challenges, and Best Practices.
CHHS has been invited to participate in the NATO sponsored, Advanced Research Workshop titled, “Lone Actors- an Emerging Security Threat” in November 2014. Senior Law and Policy Analyst Michael Vesely will join other security experts to present on various topics surrounding an international rise in lone wolf terrorism. Learn more about the event here.
Wed05Nov2014George Mason University
CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger will discuss "Data Collection and Vested Organizations: Do Wall Street and the NSA Always Win?" with students at George Mason University.
Thu06Nov201412:00 pmColumbia, MD
CHHS Senior Law and Policy Analysts Markus Rauschecker and Ellen Cornelius will conduct a session for the 2014 National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education Conference on designing valuable and relevant course materials in cyber education. Teaching the Center's Law and Policy of Cybersecurity course, Rauschecker and Cornelius are both adjunct faculty at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.
Thu06Nov20143:30 - 6:00pmUniversity of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
CHHS will participate in the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Career Exploration Fair on Thursday, November 6, 2014. Students can learn about the Center, current staffers' use of skills garnered through a legal degree, externship availability, and potential career opportunities upon graduation. CHHS Associate Director Amy Major, Public Health Program Manager Trudy Henson, and Senior Law and Policy Analyst Ellen Cornelius (all Maryland Carey Law alumni and adjunct faculty members) will attend on behalf of the Center.
Tue18Nov201412:30 - 5:00pmUniversity of Maryland School of Nursing Auditorium
As an international expert in legal and policy issues surrounding the emergency public health response, CHHS will be a panelist at the University of Maryland, Baltimore's (UMB) November 18th symposium focusing on “Ebola: Awareness, Preparedness, and An Interprofessional Approach.”
The event is supported by University of Maryland’s President’s Office, The Ebola Information Network, and The Office of Global Health in the School of Nursing (UMSON), The UMB Global Health Interprofessional Council, and the UMB Center for Global Education. The symposium aims to increase awareness, support efforts in preparedness, and present the University’s interprofessional efforts in our local and global communities.
University of Maryland, School of Nursing Auditorium
655 W. Lombard St., Room 140
Baltimore, MD 21201
Panel discussions will begin at 2:15pm
Tue09Dec201410:00 amUniversity of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger has been invited to speak to the Baltimore City Mayor's Working Group on the Use and Implementation of Body Worn Cameras on Tuesday, December 9, 2014. Greenberger will testify on legal and policy issues surrounding body camera use by police. The meeting, open to the public, will take place in the Kronegard Room.