GW's Homeland Security Bachelor's Program Webinar on Extremism

Webinar on issues related to violent and non-violent extremism in America

Join the GW College of Professional Studies Progrma at our upcoming Extremism webinar with Seamus Hughes, Jeff Delinksi and Elaine Lammert

Join GW's Homeland Security Bachelor's Program for a presentation on domestic terrorists threats, provided in partnership with the GW Program on Extremism.

The Program on Extremism at George Washington University has carved out a unique role as the definitive research center on all things extremism in America. Since its founding in 2015, it has provided firsthand accounts, primary source documents, and analysis on a range of issues from ISIS support in the United States to domestic terrorism threat in America.

Seamus Hughes is the Deputy Director of the Program. He has helped lead the Program's research efforts and will provide a discussion on the nature of the threat to the homeland with a focus on evolving homegrown terrorism issues and ways the United States Government can adjust to address this continuing concern.

Hughes has authored numerous academic reports on extremism in America and published a critically acclaimed book, Homegrown: ISIS in America. He regularly provides commentary to media outlets, including the New York Times, The Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, CNN, MSNBC, FoxNews, BBC, PBS, and CBS’ 60 Minutes. He has testified before the U.S. Congress on multiple occasions.

Hughes previously worked at the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC), leading efforts to implement a countering violent extremism strategy. He created a groundbreaking intervention program to help steer individuals away from violence and worked with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, Fusion Centers, and U.S. Attorney Offices.

Prior to NCTC, Hughes served as the Senior Counterterrorism Advisor for the U.S. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. He organized over a dozen congressional hearings on the threat of homegrown violent extremism and was a key member in multiple far-reaching congressional investigations.

GW's Homeland Security Bachelor's Degree Program recognizes the needs of those working in the Homeland Security industry and provides essential information for those seeking to advance in their respective fields. Our pioneering curriculum stems from the success of the Police and Security Studies program and incorporates the latest anti-terrorism content in all core courses. Our cutting-edge Bachelor's Degree Program in Homeland Security will help you become a more effective professional as you gain new problem-solving approaches as well as critical communication and leadership skills. Taught fully online by law enforcement and criminal justice experts.