Dr. Ryan Keith Baggett
- Associate Professor
- Department: Safety, Security, and Emergency Management – Homeland Security
- Office: Stratton 281
- Mailing Address: 250 Stratton Building
- Email: Ryan.Baggett@eku.edu
- Phone: 859-622-8261
- Office Hours: M By appointment T 12:30-1:45 W 10:00-2:00 TR 12:30-1:45 F By appoinment
- Web Page: http://www.homelandsecurity.eku.edu/
Dr. Ryan Baggett is an Associate Professor of Homeland Security (HLS) at Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) and also serves as the Program Coordinator for the HLS Program within the EKU College of Justice and Safety’s School of Safety, Security and Emergency Management.
Prior to his faculty appointment, Baggett served as the Director of Homeland Security Programs within the Justice and Safety Center at EKU. In this capacity, Baggett provided oversight of two U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funded programs. Baggett started at EKU in fall of 1999 after working three years at a university police department. During his tenure at the Center, he has served as a program manager for various public safety and security projects from both the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security. Topical areas within these programs include, but are not limited to: the National Incident Management System/National Response Framework, Technology Evaluations and Assessments, and Training and Technical Assistance to Rural and Remote Agencies. Prior to fall 2011, Baggett taught as adjunct faculty in the Safety, Security, and Emergency Management and the Criminal Justice and Police Studies Department within the College.
Baggett has co-authored several book chapters and the book, “Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection” (Praeger International, 2009). He is currently co-authoring the text "Homeland Security Technologies for the 21st Century". Baggett was the 2014 recipient of the EKU Award of Teaching Excellence and the 2013 recipient of the EKU Critical Thinking Teacher of the Year Award. He holds a doctorate degree in Leadership and Policy studies and a Master’s of Science Degree in Criminal Justice (with a concentration in Police Administration) from Eastern Kentucky University. His Bachelors of Science Degree in Criminal Justice is from Murray State University.
Primary Areas of Academic Interest:
- Homeland Security Technology
- Training and Education Effectiveness
- Critical Infrastructure Protection
- Risk Management
|HLS 210||Cyber and Physical Security||Internet Classes SITE||Fall 2019|
|HLS 301||Crit Infrastructure Protection||TR 9:30am-10:45am||Stratton Building 280||Fall 2019|
|HLS 391||Risk Analysis||Internet Classes SITE||Fall 2019|
|HLS 441||Homeland Security Technology||TR 12:30pm-1:45pm||Stratton Building 280||Fall 2019|