DUDLEY, Mass.—Massachusetts-based counterterrorism expert Professor Allison McDowell-Smith, Ph.D., director of Nichols College’s Counterterrorism Studies graduate program, was interviewed by media outlets for her take on the Sept. 13, 2018, Columbia Gas explosions and fires in the Merrimack Valley communities of Andover, North Andover, and Lawrence, Mass.
The Master of Science in Counterterrorism Studies is the first graduate program in the United States to focus on violent extremism.
Watch Professor Allison McDowell-Smith, Ph.D., on the Sept. 14, 2018, edition of Worcester News Tonight, starting at the 6:30 mark:
Read Who.What.Why.’s interview with Dr. McDowell-Smith: “Mass. Gas Grid Blows Up, and Answers Are Elusive,” Sept. 22, 2018.
ABOUT NICHOLS COLLEGE
Nichols College is a college of choice for business and leadership education as a result of its distinctive career-focused and leadership-based approaches to learning, both in and out of the classroom. Founded in 1815, Nichols transforms today’s students into tomorrow’s leaders through a dynamic, career-focused business and professional education. Nichols serves students interested primarily in a comprehensive business education that is supported by a strong liberal arts curriculum.
Lorraine U. Martinelle
Director of Public Relations and Social Media
Nichols College | Learn. Lead. Succeed.
124 Center Road, Dudley, Mass.
Email: Lorraine.Martinelle@nichols.edu | Twitter: @NicholsNewsroom