Archives: Faculty

Kraig R. Kiehl, D.BA

Posted by cbuchanan on August 16, 2017 2:29 PM

Kraig Kiehl is a retired US Army Intelligence Officer with over 25 years of experience in the areas of law enforcement, intelligence operations, and security. Prior to his retirement from active military service, Dr. Kiehl served as the Deputy Commander and Executive Officer for the Pennsylvania National Guard Counterdrug Joint Task Force and the Commandant […]

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Christopher J. Drew, D.Sc.

Posted by cbuchanan on 2:22 PM

Since the fall of 1999, I have been working as a law enforcement consultant, law enforcement trainer, adjunct professor, and full-time professor, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. My areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, civil security leadership, emergency management, juvenile justice, criminology, gangs, etc… Additionally, in […]

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Ikram Toumi

Posted by cbuchanan on February 27, 2017 5:17 PM

Dr. Toumi has a doctorate degree in Media Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from Texas Tech University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from The Institute of Press and Information Sciences in Tunisia. She has a long experience teaching Arabic and French in addition to media […]

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Heather Creighton

Posted by cbuchanan on 5:10 PM

Heather Creighton holds a Master’s in Adolescence Education in Foreign Languages with a specialization in teaching Chinese, as well as a B.A. in East Asian Studies. She completed part of her studies in Beijing, China and is proficient in Mandarin Chinese. She is New York State TESOL certified and has worked as a teacher in […]

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Steven Klein, PhD

Posted by cbuchanan on 4:45 PM

Steven Klein is an educator and practicing trial attorney who has been teaching for more than 30 years and practicing law for 20 years. Dr. Klein teaches in the areas of ethics, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, criminal law, business law, intellectual property law, and real estate. Dr. Klein attended Haverford College, graduated from Yale University with […]

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Jen Grant Holland

Posted by cbuchanan on 4:31 PM

Jen Grant Holland is federal government employee who has worked in the National Security career field for over 14 years. She has taught courses on Homeland Security, Terrorism and International Crime, Islamic Extremism, Middle East Customs/Culture, and Security Policy, among other topics. During her time with the federal government, Ms. Holland worked and travelled overseas […]

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Pranav Shah, M.S.

Posted by cbuchanan on 4:21 PM

Pranav Shah is a Supervisory Intelligence Analyst with the FBI, where he is currently an Instructor at the Basic Field Training Course in Quantico, VA. His specialty is cybercriminal activity; he has worked on a number of high exposure cases. He has frequently provided an overview on cybercriminal activity to new Police recruits in Connecticut. […]

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Charles Russo, Ph.D.

Posted by cbuchanan on 4:17 PM

Mr. Russo enlisted into the United States Navy in 1990 and served a total of 20 years between active duty and reserves, attaining the rank of Petty Officer First Class (E-6), with Naval Intelligence. He served combat duty on-board the battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64) during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm (1990-92). Subsequent duty stations […]

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Eric V. Bell Jr., D.M.

Posted by cbuchanan on 4:01 PM

Dr. Eric V. Bell, Jr. is an esteemed member of the Intelligence Community with dedicated service in the Department of Defense (DoD) as an All Source Intelligence Officer. Throughout his career, Dr. Bell served with distinction performing intelligence analysis at various echelons from the tactical, operational, strategic, and joint levels. His intelligence products have influenced […]

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Thomas Schillinger, PhD

Posted by cbuchanan on 3:39 PM

Dr. Schillinger has been teaching criminal justice and homeland security courses at the university level for over six years.  He has conducted research on the relationship between Bystander Effect Theory and religious group affiliation as it relates to bystanders of terrorist incidents.  Dr. Schillinger holds membership in the American Psychological Association and the Academy of […]

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