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March 2014 -RaCERS-Affiliated Researcher co-authors ground-breaking manual on evidence-based practice for fire services. Fire Chief Len Garis, Affilated Research Faculty of the Regenhard Center, has co-written (with former RaCERS seminar presenter Darryl Plecas) “Make the Right Decision: Evidence-Based Decision Making for Fire Service Professionals.” The manual is the first of its kind targeting fire services. It was published by the Centre for Public Safety and Criminal Justice Research at the University of the Fraser Valley in British Columbia, Canada.

February 2014 - "Dispatch During Hurricane Sandy kick's off RaCERS Spring 2014 Series of Lectures."
Chris Carver, Deputy Director of Dispatch Operations for FDNY (pictured below) opened the lecture series with an expansive perspective on public safety dispatch in the United States. He addressed challenges facing the field and discussed the rapid advances in technology coming that will change the industry dramatically. Carver also warned that the industry was not ready, and that a lack of professional standards, limited educational opportunities, and lack of interest from many public safety leaders threatens the future of the industry. Carver also discussed the historic number and duration of incidents handled by public safety dispatch during Sandy, and the benefits of the planning and technologies in place that kept the system operational during severe challenges.

 

February 2014 - "RaCERS Director Delivers Keynote to Los Angeles County Public Safety Leaders"
RaCERS Director Charles Jennings delivered a keynote address at the Los Angeles County Peer Agency Consortium on the topic "The Future of Public Safety and the Media." The event, attended by executives of Los Angeles City and County Fire, Police, and Sheriffs Departments. The event was live-tweeted by a panel of public safety PIOs to a national social media following. Photo captions


Chiefs officers from Los Angeles County Fire; Los Angeles City Fire; Los Angeles City Police; and Los AngelesCounty Sheriffs Departments.

Los Angeles County Fire Chief Osby (right) with Charles Jennings after the event.

 

 

December 2013 – “Learning from Hurricane Sandy: FEMA’s After-Action Report”
John Rabin, National Preparedness Assessments Branch (HQ); Terrence "Terra" Flynn and Kevin Malone, Preparedness and Analysis Branch (Region II); Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Three excellent speakers representing both FEMA Headquarters and Region II gave a comprehensive review of the methodology and findings of FEMA's publicly-released After Action Report on the federal response to Hurricane Sandy {http://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/33772}. The speakers addressed numerous questions from the audience, and discussed the historic effort that went into assembling this report.

 

 

 

November 2013 – “Hurricane Sandy: Its Impact and the Role of Private EMS in New York City"
Glen Youngblood, Director of Performance Excellence at TransCare”
Glen Youngblood of Transcare gave a riveting presentation on the experience of TransCare as both an ambulance service provider and survivor of Hurricane Sandy. The challenges of providing service from a business continuity standpoint, and their integral role in providing ambulances for evacuation of medical facilities was discussed. Mr. Youngblood also gave a thorough overview of the emergency medical service provision through mutual aid and the FEMA national ambulance contract.

 

November 2013 - "RaCERS Board Member Appointed by Philadelphia Mayor to Chair Commission"
Prof. Glenn Corbett has been named to Chair a Special Advisory Commission to review the City's Department of Licenses and Inspections following the June 2013 collapse of a building under demolition that to six fatalities in an adjoining building. Corbett's appointment was announced by Mayor Michael Nutter. Read More...

 

 

October 2013 - “Building Hurricane-Resistant Public Safety Facilities: Lessons from Louisiana”
Roy Robichaux, Jr., Fire Chief Plaquemines Parish, LA and Jim Kirkpatrick, FAIA,  Kirkpatrick Architecture Studio (Denton, TX)
Architect Jim Kirkpatrick and Fire Chief Roy Robichaux described the design process for rebuilding public safety facilities in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana. Facilities that were rebuilt after Hurricane Katrina were destroyed in Hurricane Isaac some seven years later. The new facility designs were explicitly designed to withstand severe weather and remain serviceable. The presentation reviewed wind loads, design issues, break away walls, and other features designed to minimize disruption in future severe weather. The speakers offered several lessons for rebuilding in New York following Hurricane Sandy.
 

October 2013 – “Building Hurricane-Resistant Public Safety Facilities: Lessons from Louisiana”
Roy Robichaux, Jr., Fire Chief Plaquemines Parish, LA
Hurricane Katrina posed a challenge to public safety facilities – especially in the hard hit Plaquemines Parish of Louisiana. In this talk, a Fire Chief and award-winning Architect will discuss the process of designing replacement facilities anticipating the next storm, and incorporating improvements to enable continued operation following sever weather. The presentation will feature practical design changes and lessons learned in rebuilding multiple facilities after Katrina.

September 2013 – “John Jay College 9/11 Memorial Sculpture Dedication”
Lynn and Jules Kroll Atrium
We are proud to announce that the College will be formally dedicating its memorial to the 67 students, alumni, and faculty lost on 9/11. Please pass the word for those who may be interested in attending. Please join us in supporting this event. More details here

June 2013 - RaCERS Advisory Board member presents research on dealing with suicide bombing attacks to NYPD recruits.

Advisory Board

Donell Harvin, RaCERS Advisory Board member, is presenting his highly-sought-after presentation on suicide bombers and managing these events to the entire New York Police Department (NYPD) Academy class. After making presentations to the NYPD Counter-terrorism Division, his talk was selected for inclusion in the Police Academy curriculum for new police officers. It will be given several times to recruits over this summer.

 

August 2013 – “RaCERS Affiliated Faculty co-authors major study summarizing latest research on targeting Marijuana Grow Operations.”
The Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies is pleased to publicize this important research by one of our collaborators. "Indoor marijuana cultivation is a major problem in many parts of Canada. As they have dealt so effectively with these dangerous and illegal hazards, I expect that we will see many more here in U.S., particularly in areas with large vacant building stocks and near major population centers," said Charles Jennings, RaCERS Director. Illegal large-scale indoor marijuana cultivation creates fire, environmental, and crime hazards wherever they are located. Read the full report.

May 2013 – “RaCERS Board Member Recognized with prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award”
Prof. Glenn Corbett, of the Regenhard center Board, and faculty member in the Department of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management, was recognized by Fire Glen CorbettEngineering magazine with its highest honor, the Tom Brenna  Lifetime Achievement Award. Prof. Corbett received the recognition for his years of service to the fire profession, including editing major texts in the field, advocacy for causes of fire safety, and his long history of serving as Technical Editor of Fire Engineering magazine.
   Charles Jennings, Director of the Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies, said of the award: "Glenn Corbett is a selfless scholar and activist. His numerous ongoing contributions to the fundamental texts of our field help to improve firefighting practice and keep firefighters safe. His advocacy for numerous causes--most notably to document and learn from 9/11 in New York--has made enduring contributions to the safety of firefighters and of the public."
Click Here for the full story.

May 2013 – “Evidence-Based Practice in Emergency Response? A Panel Discussion”
Come join a panel of distinguished public safety thought leaders as members of the Regenhard Center’s Advisory Board engage in a free-wheeling discussion of the challenges and opportunities facing the local actors in the homeland security enterprise.

April 2013 – “Innovation in Local Public Safety: Adopting Cutting-Edge Radio
Accountability Technology in a Mid-Sized Agency”

Capt. Nechis will discuss the adoption of advanced radio technology for creating a real-time emergency scene accountability system. The process of selecting a technology, implementing the technology, and training staff will be discussed. Observations about the scalability of the system to other nearby agencies will also be discussed.

February 2013 – “The Future of the Fire and Emergency Services”

Dr. Onieal, a native of the greater New York area, and the longest-serving Superintendent of the National Fire Academy, will speak on “The Future of the Fire and Emergency Services.” The changing social and economic structure of the United States will pose unprecedented challenges to public safety delivery systems – in this talk Dr. Onieal will offer his perspectives from his unique vantage point as the United States’ highest-ranking official charged with the “professional development of the fire and emergency response community and its allied professionals.”

Onieal, who had a distinguished career with the Jersey City (NJ) Fire Department, has a Doctorate in Education from New York University. Onieal is widely regarded as one of the leading thinkers in the American fire service and has received numerous academic and professional awards.


May 2012 – “Can Catastrophes Lead to Good Policy?”
Jeff SternMr. Jeff Stern has a career spanning the fire service, emergency management, federal policy, and research. Mr. Stern reflected on his experiences in the field at major disasters while working in the Office of the Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security during the Bush administration. His work is featured in the newly published Handbook of Critical Incident Analysis, Edited by Prof. Richard Schwester (Public Management) and published by M.E. Sharpe.

 

May 2012 – “FDNY’s Network Command Concept and Demonstration of Electronic Command”
Neil HintzeBattalion Chief Neil Hintze is a thirty-three year veteran with the FDNY; he is currently working on the pilot testing of the ECB by four battalions and two division commands in the FDNY. Developed in partnership with Raytheon, the Electronic Command Board promises to revolutionize scene accountability and transform of incident management. In his talk, Chief Hintze explained the process of developing the concept of operations for networked incident management and design and adoption of the electronic command board, which promises to transform incident management and accountability. He also described the function and capabilities of the command board and their significant improvement to situational awareness of operations, overall response coordination, and communication of any type during an emergency.

March 2012 – “First Responders and DHS S&T – What’s Next?”
Dr. Griffin is Director of First Responder Programs for the US Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate. Prior to coming to DHS, he had a twenty-plus year career in local government emergency services. He was brought to DHS S&T to head the newly created division devoted to first responder concerns. Dr. Griffin provided an overview of current and planned efforts to advance First Responder Programs at the US Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate.

February 2012 – “Hurricane Irene in New York City: Lessons Learned from the EOC and the Field”
Dina ManiotisMs. Dina Maniotis, assistant commissioner, New York City Office of Emergency Management (NYCOEM) and Mr. Andrew Boyarsky, City University of New York (CUNY) School of Professional Studies, discussed the process of sheltering residents during and after a disaster and the training of the city’s employees that is involved. The positives and negatives of virtual training were brought to light during the seminar. FDNY Board
The difficulties of real-world training for shelter management were discussed since many shelters are places of employment and education pre-disaster. The use of a software known as “Second Life” was discussed as being a new immersive virtual environment where shelter management officials are able to train within a highly effective simulation. The lessons learned were approached from two vantage points: one from the EOC Human Services side and the other on the ground at the evacuation center/shelter level. The seminar covered an overview of the sheltering system, preparations, response and highlights from the After Action Report (AAR).

 


 

News Publications

April 2011

Joe Flood, author of "The Fires: How a Computer Formula, Big Ideas, and the Best of Intentions Burned Down New York City - and Determined the Future of Cities" gave a reading, discussed his findings, and engaged the audience in a discussion of New York City, the FDNY, and the RAND project. The discussion was enlivened by the presence of some FDNY members who worked during the study, and concluded with a discussion on lessons for managing cities using complex quantitative models.

Joe Flood

 

Joe Flood

 


March 2011 - RaCERS staff observe RDD Exercise held at Meadowlands Complex

RaCERS staff spent two days observing a large-scale exercise involving New Jersey, New York, and federal agencies. The event was designed to test mass casualty/fatality management and communications capabilities.

RDD Exercise

RaCERS staffer Paul Kearns confers with other observers from the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security at the exercise.

RDD Exercise

 


March 2011 - RaCERS Board member to present at National Emergency Medical Services Conference

D. Harvin, RaCERS Advisory Board Member, will be presenting at the EMS Expo Conference to be held in Las Vegas, Nevada in August 29-September 2, 2011.


March 2011 - “New Developments at FEMA”

Lynn Canton, FEMA Region II Administrator, provided an overview of ongoing changes at the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Also in attendance were several College alumni who are now employed in various capacities at FEMA.

Medical Services Conference

FEMA Regional Administrator Lynn Canton, speaking at John Jay College.

 


February 2011 - Harvin tapped by RaCERS Board for Executive Committee.

At the February 18 meeting of the Center's Advisory Board, D. Harvin was selected to join the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee exercises day-to-day fiscal and programmatic oversight of the Center. Glenn Corbett, our founding Executive Committee member, will continue as a member of the Advisory Board.


February 2011 - Management of Mass Fatalities

RaCERS Advisory Board member D. Harvin of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York City, provided a comprehensive presentation on mass fatality management, particularly following events involving weapons of mass destruction or environmental contamination.


2010


December 2010 - “Evacuation of New Orleans in Hurricane Katrina”

David Heller, transportation planner with the South Jersey Metropolitan Planning Organization, presented his analysis of evacuation issues related to Hurricane Katrina. Mr. Heller's talk attracted numerous questions, and identified the importance of working with transportation planners in emergency planning.


November 2010 - Security at the 2010 Winter Olympics

RaCERS affiliated researcher Prof. Darryl Plecas, of the University of the Fraser Valley (BC, CANADA), presented findings of an evaluation of security for the Vancouver area Olympics event.  The evaluation, the first of its kind to be supervised by an academic institution, funded by the government, and released to the public, provided a fascinating view of the complexities and challenges of securing a truly global event. Equally interesting was a discussion by Plecas on the institutional arrangements that permitted the close cooperation of a team of academics with federal and local law enforcement in Canada and beyond to produce the study, which provided not only description, but evaluation of the strategies employed at the Games.


October 2010 - Lord Ian Blair Talks on "A UK Perspective on Counter Terrorism and Emergency Response:
Reflections on 9/11 and 7/7 attacks"

The Center was pleased to present Ian Blair, Lord of Boughton, former head of the London Metropolitan Police. Lord Blair spoke on his observations and findings form his extensive policing experience, including the transition of the London Metropolitan Police after 9/11 and through the challenges of the 7/7 attacks and their aftermath. Lord Blair offered remarks on the challenges of counter-terrorism in a multicultural environment and drew intriguing insights on the challenges facing the U.S. law enforcement community and civil society.


October 2010 - RaCERS Board Members, Director attend Long Island fundraiser
The Christian Regenhard

Center for Emergency Response Studies (RaCERS) shared the stage with the New York Firefighter’s Burn Center Foundation http://nyffburncenter.org  in a fundraiser held at the Marine Corps League Clubhouse in Massapequa, NY. The event, organized by our friend Audrey MacMillan, honored the US Marine Corps. The event paid posthumous tribute to 1st Lt. Michael Li Calzi of Garden City, who was killed serving in the Marines in Iraq, and Christian Regenhard of the FDNY, killed on 9/11.


October 2010 - Acting Commissioner of Homeland Security and Emergency Services Addresses Plans

John Gibb, long-time Director of the New York State Emergency Management Office, gave an address shortly after being named as Acting Commissioner of the  New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services. The newly-created agency unites several emergency response functions under one agency for the first time. Comm. Gibb provided an overview of the new agency and discussed areas of emphasis in the future. The event was co-sponsored by the Center on Terrorism.


August 2010 - 2010 RaCERS Director appointed to steering committee of DHS-funded study

RaCERS Center Director Charles Jennings was appointed to a steering committee of a DHS-funded gap analysis of software programs for developing situation awareness. The Common Operating Picture (COP) software assessment, which was led by the Applied Science Foundation for Homeland Security [www.asfhs.org] in Bethpage, NY, included site visits to evaluate programs in use around the US, and interact with emergency responder stakeholders. 


May 2010 - "Recent Developments in High-Rise Building Evacuation"

A panel of speakers provided an overview of the latest developments in high-rise building safety and security.  Lieutenant Commander David Kelly of the NYPD Counter-terrorism Division provided an overview of security requirements and practices detailed in the NYPD's recently-published guidance manual for building designers, owners and managers. Jack Murphy, Adjunct Faculty member and representative of the Fire Safety Director's Association of Greater New York, spoke on new technologies and approaches for development and retrieval of critical building information for emergency responders.  Prof. Norman Groner discussed use of elevators in evacuating high-rise buildings, and his experience working with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) to develop policy for use of elevators during emergencies.

Panelists
    "Use of Elevators for High-Rise Evacuation"
  • Norman Groner, PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Protection Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY)
  • Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers committee on Use of Elevators for Evacuation

    "New Code Provisions, Local Legislative Update, and New Technologies to Assist in Planning and Incident Response."
  • Jack Murphy, Consultant and Representative, Fire Safety Directors Association of New York
  • Charles Jennings, PhD, Director, Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies, Moderator



April 2010 - "Achieving Homeland Security: The Promise of the Public Safety Model"

Dr. Frank Straub, Director of Public Safety of the City of Indianapolis, Indiana, spoke on the Public Safety Model.  The Public Safety Model, which ranges from a single official overseeing police and fire/EMS, through to full integration of the police and fire/EMS functions, has the potential to achieve better coordination and promote efficiency. Dr. Straub, formerly of the NYPD and City of White Plains Department of Public Safety, is recognized for the innovative strategies used to coordinate police and fire to achieve measurable results in crime reduction, public safety, and homeland security preparedness.

Gerard MacAleer of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) moderated the session.

This event was co-sponsored by the Homeland Security Club and the Student Chapter of the International Association of Emergency Management.




March 2010 - "Report from Haiti: Through the Eyes of Urban Search and Rescue Teams"

The world has watched with concern as the people of Haiti cope with the unprecedented devastation of earthquake of January 12, 2010. This report was a first-hand account of one of America's most experienced Urban Search and Rescue responders. It was geared to the lay person, as well as those interested in emergency management and technical rescue. Battalion Chief Collins is also a member of the Advisory Board for the College's Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies (RaCERS). A follow-up discussion was held and focused on a research agenda for urban search and rescue.

More than 50 John Jay students, faculty members, alumni and guests attended "Report from Haiti: Through the Eyes of Urban Search and Rescue Teams.". Other co-sponsors included the Office of Student Development, IAEM Student Chapter, and the Homeland Security Club. Outside attendees included representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); New York Police Department; and the NYS Senate.

Speakers included FDNY Battalion Chief Joe Downey, Special Operations Command, and Lt. Tom Donnelly, (FDNY Rescue 1), both of whom are part of NY-TF1, the City's urban search and rescue team.

The presentation was followed by a Question and Answer session lasted more than two hours, coming to a close shortly after noon. The moving presentation included many onsite photographs taken only hours following the massive 7.0 January 12 earthquake devastated Haiti’s capital city, Port-au-Prince, killing thousands and destroying thousands of buildings.

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), under the authority of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, led the U.S. government’s response efforts. The Los Angeles (Calif.) and Fairfax County (Va.) US&R Task Forces were activated and deployed by USAID pursuant to existing agreements. In addition, four U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) US&R Task Forces, from Virginia Beach (Va.), New York (N.Y.), Miami-Dade (Fla.), and Miami (Fla.), were sent to Haiti. This was the first time that FEMA had sent US&R Task Forces outside the United States. Collectively, these six US&R teams rescued at least 47 people from underneath collapsed buildings, according to Gunnar J. Kuepper, IAEM-USA Region 9 President.

Prof. Charles Jennings and Lt. Tom Donnelly

Prof. Charles Jennings and Lt. Tom Donnelly.


March 2010 - Applied Science Center of Innovation and Excellence in Homeland Security

RaCERS staff attend christening of the Applied Science Center of Innovation and Excellence in Homeland Security (now named Morrelly Homeland Security Center) in Bethpage, New York. The Center, which will include City University of New York as a partner institution, will bring together industry, government, and academic researchers. The ceremony was attended by numerous elected officials, and Emergency Management Commissioners or Directors from the State of New York, Nassau, Suffolk, and New York City. Commissioner Sal Cassano, FDNY, gave the keynote address. The Center will be headed by John Jay alum Richard Rotanz.


2009


November 2009 – RaCERS seminar on "Modeling First Response"

Prof. Robert Till presented his innovative research utilizing eye tracking technology to better understand and document first responder activity and decision aids under simulated emergency conditions. He also presented his work on agent-based models for simulating emergencies in subway, stadium, and campus environments.


October 2009 – Former Philadelphia Fire Commissioner, Arlington County (VA) Emergency Communications Director share observations and thoughts on MOVE Incident, Pentagon Attack

The October Conference, held in conjunction with an Advisory Board meeting, included presentations on incident management at the MOVE siege of 1985, and the Pentagon Attack of 9/11/01. Former Philadelphia Fire Commissioner William Richmond, and Steve Souder, then-Director of Emergency Communications for Arlington County, Virginia offered their first-hand experiences in these events. The audience enjoyed a moving and thoughtful discussion on elements of police and fire coordination in these two milestone events in American public safety history.


September 2009 – Seminar by visiting researcher Erika de Guttry, "Coordination of Emergency Services In Italy and the European Union – Reflections on NIMS and CIMS"

Ms. de Guttry presented the findings of her joint research-in-residence at John Jay College's Christian Regenhard Center and the FDNY. The research described Italian and European Union approaches to disaster management, and made comparisons with the National Incident Management System and New York City's Citywide Incident Management System. Her presentation is also posted under our publications page.


July 2009 – RaCERS Hosts Inaugural Visiting Scholar

RaCERS hosted its first visiting scholar. Erika de Guttry, (shown with James Manahan, Chief of Operations, FDNY) a post-graduate of the University of Pisa, holds a position sponsored by RaCERS, John Jay College. Her position is being hosted by the Fire Department of New York, where she is studying emergency incident planning. Ms. De Guttry studied legal and administrative aspects of response to disasters in Italy. She will be resident through October 2009.

Fire Chief

Erika de Guttry and James Manahan, Chief of Operations, FDNY


June 2009 – RaCERS Representative Visits US Army Lessons Learned Center

RaCERS Director Charles Jennings attended briefings on the Center for Army Lessons Learned at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in June 2009. These briefings and discussions with CALL staff are being used to help refine RaCERS methodology for developing lessons learned for civil first responders.

Call Logo

June 3, 2009 – RaCERS faculty observe Empire '09, a full-scale exercise involving a radiological dispersal device in the Albany, NY area. The exercise, overseen by the New York State Disaster Preparedness Commission, involved local, State, and federal assets including the Federal Radiological Monitoring and Assessment Center (FRMAC) and US Department of Energy.

FRMAC

May 17, 2009 – RaCERS faculty observe PATH Drill held at World Trade Center

This exercise was designed to simulate a bomb attack on a PATH train in the tunnel between the World Trade Center and Exchange Place stations. The exercise was jointly organized by Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and New York City officials. Numerous supporting agencies participated.

People at Port Authority

May 7, 2009 – Battalion Chief Michael Buckheit, FDNY Marine Division, presents an overview of rescue efforts or the crash of USAirways Flight 1549 into the Hudson River.



March 2009 – RaCERS received donation of artwork at its inaugural Advisory Board meeting.

Audrey McMillan, a friend of the Center, donates “A Prayer for My Brother” by renowned aviation artist William S. Phillips.

Ms McMillian

Ms. McMillan, shown on the left, presents the artwork to Prof. Glenn Corbett (center) and Sally Regenhard, mother of Christian Regenhard.


March 19-20, 2009 – First Advisory Board meeting held

The meeting included a dinner and all-day meeting the following day

Advisory Board

Advisory Board members and RaCERS staff take notes during a presentation at the Board meeting.

Attendees at a Meeting

Attendees at the close of meeting.


2008


Sept 8, 2008 – Press Conferences Announcing Formation of Center

U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler, Chief of Department Sal Cassano, and others joined the Regenhard family and President Jeremy Travis of John Jay College for the announcement of the formation of the Christian Regenhard Center for Emergency Response Studies. The event was attended by friends and colleagues of Christian Regenhard, as well as members of the emergency services community in the New York area. Visitors came from as far as Oakland, California for the event. NY1 news network coverage of the event.

Jeremy Travis

Pres. Jeremy Travis, flanked by Chief Sal Cassano and FDNY members, announces the College's commitment to the new research center.

Press

Members of the press in attendance for the press conference

Jerrold Nadler

Rep. Jerrold Nadler, who with Senators Schumer and Clinton, were instrumental in getting initial funding for the Center, speaks to the press following the event.

Regenhard Family

Members of the Regenhard family pose with Pres. Jeremy Travis around a portrait of Christian Regenhard

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