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Brown Bags Topic-Based Lunch and Learn

The BTI Institute coordinates and sponsors relevant, topical speaking events throughout the course of the academic year. The purpose is two-fold. The first is to inform current students about the opportunities and challenges that the Department of Homeland Security faces. The second is to inform current DHS employees of the innovations and techniques that can make them more successful in their mission. 

The Brown Bags are open to the public and all University of Houston students, faculty and staff and members of the Department of Homeland Security and component agencies are encouraged to attend. Food and beverages will be provided. 

Upcoming Dates and Topics (Click on Topic for Speakers, Flyer and Registration information)

Date Time Topic Location
Jan. 31, 2019 12 - 1:30 pm Combating Human Trafficking: The Roles of the Legal and Medical Professions Student Center South, UH
February 27, 2019 12 - 1 pm Blockchain: Transforming Global Supply Chain Security Student Center South, UH
April 2019 12 - 1 pm Policy in Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Student Center South, UH

 

If you have any questions or would believe you may have a topic of interest for a Brown Bag, please contact bti@uh.edu