Event Title

Session 1C: Simulation Exercises on Humanitarian Crisis

Location

BCC 206

Event Website

http://www.fairfieldengineering.org/JUHAN

Start Date

13-6-2012 2:30 PM

End Date

13-6-2012 3:15 PM

Description

This panel presentation will demonstrate and provide training to participants on how to use the online “Simulation Exercises on Humanitarian Crisis.” All faculty, staff, and students from the JUHAN Network are invited. The online simulation tool was developed by the Software Engineering Program at Fairfield University to educate and prepare students to confront the complexities of humanitarian crises and improve capacity to deal with situations that are unforeseen and oftentimes difficult. A humanitarian crisis simulation exercise prepared by faculty will guide students to think critically and address complex problems in a collaborative fashion. The simulation exercises can be used by any faculty worldwide and are accessible to students in the class. Students can share their opinion through a built-in discussion board in the tool. A hands-on practice session will follow the presentation.

Comments

Facilitators:

Wook-Sung Yoo, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Engineering, Fairfield University.

Komaravolu Sai Anupama is a software engineering graduate student, Fairfield University.

Khalid Said is a student in software engineering working in Neo Post as a systems engineer, Fairfield University.

Lavanya Kudumula is a graduate student at Fairfield University pursuing a master’s degree in software engineering.

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Session 1C: Simulation Exercises on Humanitarian Crisis

BCC 206

This panel presentation will demonstrate and provide training to participants on how to use the online “Simulation Exercises on Humanitarian Crisis.” All faculty, staff, and students from the JUHAN Network are invited. The online simulation tool was developed by the Software Engineering Program at Fairfield University to educate and prepare students to confront the complexities of humanitarian crises and improve capacity to deal with situations that are unforeseen and oftentimes difficult. A humanitarian crisis simulation exercise prepared by faculty will guide students to think critically and address complex problems in a collaborative fashion. The simulation exercises can be used by any faculty worldwide and are accessible to students in the class. Students can share their opinion through a built-in discussion board in the tool. A hands-on practice session will follow the presentation.

http://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/juhanconference/2012/Sessions/6