EIIP Virtual Forum Announces February Schedule

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Release date: 
February 1, 1999
Release Number: 
HQ-99-028

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Emergency Information Infrastructure Partnership (EIIP) announces its February schedule of online forums. To participate, please visit their website http://www.emforum.org.

Feb 2 Tuesday 1:00 PM EST:
David Graham and John Zangerlie, Baker & Hostetler LLP, Counsellors at Law, will lead discussion about their emergency response and crisis management capability.

Feb 3 Wednesday 12:00 Noon EST:
The Virtual Library hosts authors, Jennifer Wilson and Arthur Oyola-Yemaiel, in a presentation of their paper, "Emergent Coordinative Groups and Women's Response Roles in the Central Florida Tornado Disaster, February 23, 1998."

Feb 9 Tuesday 1:00 PM EST:
The Lake County (IN) LEPC, EIIP Partner, will be featured in the Round Table; Bill Timmer, LEPC Chair and Highland (IN) Fire Chief, and Dean Larson, Ph.D. CSP CEM, Department Manager, Safety and Industrial Hygiene, U.S. Steel - Gary Works, will lead the discussion.

Feb 10 Wednesday 12:00 Noon EST:
What is the Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management? John R. Harrald, Ph.D., Director of the Institute at George Washington University will tell us about the Institute's teaching and research roles in the Virtual Classroom.

Feb 16 Tuesday 1:00 PM EST:
Phyllis Mann, President Elect of the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), will lead IAEM's monthly Round Table in a timely topic.

Feb 17 Wednesday 12:00 Noon EST:
The EIIP Panel Room features Project Impact Awardees in "Project Impact Revisited" to learn first-hand about Project Impact accomplishments this past year.

February 23 Tuesday 1:00 PM EST:
"What are the lessons learned from the popular culture of disaster?" will be further explored by University of Delaware representatives, Tricia Wachtendorf and Gary Webb.

February 24 Wednesday 12:00 Noon EST:
The Tech Arena features Edward Addy, North American Center for Emergency Communications (NACEC).

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July 16, 2012 - 18:46
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