Cam serves as both the Director of the Center for the Study of Security, Hazards Response and Preparedness (C-SSHRP) as well as the Homeland Security and Emergency Management (HSEM) undergraduate and graduate programs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Cam recently completed his PhD. (2017) and utilized Best Worst Scaling (BWS) and Total Unduplicated Reach and Frequency (TURF) in his investigation as to the workforce education needs for those employed within the homeland security and emergency management enterprise.
Cam continues to utilize the previously collected conjoint analysis data the from the research conducted to further examine workforce and educational demands for separate HSEM occupations and the differing needs by region.
Cam’s research interests beyond the integration of homeland security and emergency management education utilizing BWS and TURF analysis include, arctic security, human security, civil-military cooperation, homeland defense and security.