Global Security Master Classes

Master classes are special seminars and lectures given by visiting fellows and guest speakers who work in a specialized field of security interest. This series is designed for Masters level students and is open to students from any postgraduate course in the University. Students on the following degree programmes are highly encouraged to attend:


All seminars will take place in Room 202, 3 University Gardens from 1-3pm:

Wednesday 13 February 2013
Dr Martin Donaghy, Health Protection Scotland
Health Security in Scotland and Beyond. Mega Events, Tourism and Migration

Wednesday 20 February 2013
Mr Andrew Wadsworth, Head of Process Security at the Amor Group
The Role of Informational Communications Technology in Security for the Energy Sector

Wednesday 27 February 2013
Chief Inspector Andrew Brown, Deputy Head, Leadership & Professional Development, Scottish Police College.
Piracy & Maritime Terrorism: The Challenges of Piracy for the 21st Century

Wednesday 6 March 2013
Mr David Robson, Scottish Government, Head of Energy and Environmental Foresight
How Global Security Concerns are Driving Transnational Intelligence Efforts: Featuring the Work of the Global Futures Forum

Wednesday 13 March 2013
Prof. Ian Toth, The Hutton Institute.
Food Security - Scotland and Beyond

Wednesday 20 March 2013
Ambassador Karoly Gruber - Hungarian Government Ambassador to the Political and Security Committee of the European Council
European Foreign and Security in Practice After the Lisbon Treaty