Purdue Homeland Security Institute (Purdue University's Homeland Security Institute), created in 2002, has initiated partnerships with other universities, local and state agencies, and businesses. Dennis Engi, professor and head of industrial engineering, directed the PHSI in its formative stages. The current director, Alok R. Chaturvedi, is responsible for the Institute developing responses to threats in Indiana, nationally and internationally.[1]

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  1. Purdue News article Purdue's Homeland Security Institute to develop "critical resources" published November 5, 2003

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