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Terrorism threat spurs new college programs

Lennart Long speaks to students during a threat assessment and risk management class at UMass Lowell. Lennart Long speaks to students during a threat assessment and risk management class at UMass Lowell. (Winslow Townson for The Boston Globe)
By Robert G. Pushkar
Globe Correspondent / March 25, 2010

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On Sept. 11, 2001, Allan Roscoe was lecturing on international terrorism to 150 students when the World Trade Center towers in New York were struck by two jetliners. As the chilling news spread throughout the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus and the country, Roscoe’s insight and knowledge about terrorism, gained over four decades in intelligence and security work, suddenly became ... (Full article: 904 words)

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