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Pay attention to forecasts and be prepared for violent weather

David McEntire, professor, Department of Public AdministrationIt’s summer in North Texas. Time for blazing sun, hot temperatures… and the occasional window rattling storm.

Dangerous weather and tornadoes can occur any time, but are more likely in spring and early summer.

It’s important to know how to respond to threatening weather and to be as prepared as possible. Fortunately, we have expert advice right here on campus.

David McEntire, above, professor in the nationally recognized Department of Public Administration, and expert in disaster preparedness and management, has advice. The department’s city management and urban policy program is ranked eighth in the United States, according to the most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings, and the Masters of Public Administration program is one of the most respected in the country.

Be sure you are signed up with the city of Denton’s weather alert service, Code Red, and the university’s Eagle Alert service, which sends text and voice messages to advise the campus community about emergencies and closures.

Posted on: Thu 07 June 2012

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