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Notre Dame College Professors Provide Expertise on Boston Marathon Bombings

Notre Dame College’s Center for Intelligence Studies educates intelligence analysts to assess and manage information dealing with critical issues such as international terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.  The Center is under the leadership of Gregory Moore, Ph.D., and John Hatzadony, Ph.D., both recognized experts in the field of terrorism, counterterrorism and national and global security.

Both faculty members were interviewed by the local ABC affiliate News Channel 5 WEWS. Hatzadony also was featured on the local CBS affiliate Channel 19 Action News WOIO.

Watch Moore's appearance on News Channel 5. Moore also appeared in the French newspaper "20 Minutes."

View Hatzadony's interviews with Channel 19 Action News, about the bombings, and News Channel 5, on homeland security grants.

Gregory Moore, Ph.D.

Dr. Gregory Moore is Professor of History, Director of the Center for Intelligence Studies and Chairperson of the Department of History and Political Science at Notre Dame College. He holds a doctorate in American Diplomatic History from Kent State University. He currently serves as Vice-Chair of the International Association for Intelligence Education, has given presentations at the fifth and sixth annual national conferences of the International Association for Intelligence Education, second and fourth Homeland Security Defense Education Consortium Summits, at the 10th Annual Colloquium on Intelligence, and participated in the HSDEC Model Undergraduate Curriculum Conference in June 2009.

Dr. Moore has published numerous articles, contributed a chapter about the history of U.S. intelligence to the textbook, Homeland Security and Intelligence, and is co-author of The War Came to Me: A Story of Hope and Endurance. Dr. Moore developed the undergraduate program of intelligence studies currently offered through the History Department at Notre Dame College. He also worked on the committee that designed the Department and College’s graduate program in Security Policy Studies, which began course offerings in fall 2011.

John Hatzadony, Ph.D.

Dr. John Hatzadony is asecurity, intelligence and anti-money laundering compliance professional with expertise as a strategic member of the Department of Homeland Security. He has a strong background in anti-terrorism, financial intelligence investigations and team management and over 10 years of college-level teaching and law enforcement training. He is respected for specialized knowledge, academic training and solid practical experience.

Dr. Hatzadony’s specialties includeAML, Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF), all-source intelligence analysis, intelligence education and training, protective operations, middle east criminal enterprises, fraud, analytical methodologies, financial intelligence, KYC, CIP, aviation security, surface transportation security, operations security, classified documents security, WMD, explosive trace detectors, special security officer, Balkans, Western Europe, South Asia, Middle East/North Africa.

Prior to coming to Notre Dame, John has served as an Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analyst for the US Department of Homeland Security; Deputy Director - Operations  for Global Investigations and Analytic Services;  Mgr/Sr. Team Lead - Customer Identifiction Unit Operations and an Anti Money Laundering Investigator for KeyBank.

For further information contact Brian Johnston, chief communications officer, at 216.373.5252 or bjohnston@ndc.edu.