Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions

Emergency Management and Homeland Security

Emergency Management and Homeland Security

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The Emergency Management and Homeland Security fund directly supports the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security and its work addressing ongoing risk reduction challenges. The center addresses complex social, economic, environmental, cultural and technological interdependencies that affect emergency management and homeland security. Through projects, education and outreach, CEMHS engages critical communities that are addressing issues of planning, community development, governance, defense, human welfare and climate change adaptation.

Your support to the Emergency Management and Homeland Security fund directly supports operating costs of the center, including residencies, public events and research.

Impact of Donor Support

  • More learners can pursue higher education. In 2022, 22,000 donors contributed $66.3 million for scholarships.
  • More students succeed. ASU ranks #1 among the state‚Äôs public universities for its 86% first-year retention rate thanks in part to donor-funded student success initiatives.
  • And donors helped ASU offer more than 4,500 hours of free tutoring.

We want to show the power of a university to be a difference-making partner in the positive transformation of all communities."

ASU donors

Mike and Cindy Watts

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