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Emergency Management for Higher Education Discretionary Grant Program
CFDA #84.184T)
Fiscal Year 2008

Summary of Grant Recipients

The purpose of the Emergency Management for Higher Education (EMHE) discretionary grant program is to provide funds for higher education institutions to develop, or review and improve, and fully integrate campus-based all-hazards emergency management planning efforts for higher education institutions. In developing or improving their plans, higher education institutions are required to use the framework of the four phases of emergency management (Prevention-Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery).

Typical activities included in grantee programs include reviewing and revising existing emergency management plans, conducting vulnerability assessments of campus facilities, providing training to campus staff and students, organizing tabletop exercises or large-scale drills, collaborating with local first responders and community partners, and developing or enhancing plans for preventing violence on campus by assessing and addressing the mental health needs of students who may be at risk of causing campus violence.

This link provides the map of 2008 grantee locations.

ARKANSAS

Q184T080116
Pulaski Technical College
North Little Rock, AR
Carol Langston
$218,965

CONNECTICUT

Q184T080086
University of Connecticut
Storris, CT
Neal Olderman
$500,000

FLORIDA

Q184T0800200
Broward Community College
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Kenneth Shives
$485,425

Q184T080198
Daytona Beach Community College
Daytona Beach, FL
William Tillard
$501,060

Q184T080237
St. Thomas University
Miami Gardens, FL
Jeff Pickens
$582,930

GEORGIA

Q184T080247
Emory University
Atlanta, GA
Robert Nadolski
$499,788

ILLINOIS

Q184T080040
Northern Illinois University
Dekalb, IL
Donald Grady
$568,681

INDIANA

Q184T080171
Indiana University
Indianapolis, IN
Diane Mack
$ 448,890

Q184T080021
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN
Ronnie Wright
$436,325

MASSACHUSETTS

Q184T080100
Middlesex Community College
Lowell, MA
Patrick Cook
$189,504

NEW JERSEY

Q184T080212
Salem Community College
Carneys Point, NJ
John Morrison
$58,288

NEW MEXICO

Q184T080034
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center
Albuquerque, NM
Laura Banks
$482,807

NEW YORK

Q184T080225
CUNY Research Foundation/BMCC
New York, NY
Sunil Gupta
$500,000

Q184T080249
Nassau Community College
Garden City, NY
Mary Mirabito
$470,703

Q184T080231
Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester, NY
Lynn Daley
$392,523

MICHIGAN

Q184T080028
Oakland University
Rochester, MI
Samuel Lucido
$423,999

MISSISSIPPI

Q184T080131
The University of Southern Mississippi
Hattiesburg, MS
Lou Marciani
$476,486


 
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