Invited lecture on “New trends on negotiations and security threats”

Invited lecture on “New trends on negotiations and security threats”

On May 19th, the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) and the Psychology Department organized a guest lecture on the topic of “new trends on negotiations and security threats”.

The lecture was delivered within the context of PSY 240: Forensic Psychology by Guest Speaker, Mr. Stergio Bakaloudi, Director of the Counter-Narcotics sub-division of the Hellenic Police/ Hostage & Crisis Negotiator, part-time Lecturer at the Hellenic and European Police Academy. The speaker was introduced to students and faculty by Dr. Apostolos Kaliampos.

Mr. Bakaloudis emphasized the wide-ranging variety of terrorism definitions as well as the different strategies of counterterrorism. Dr. Aimiliza Stefanidou, Coordinator of ACT Psychology programs, and Ms. Anastasia Gemenetzi-Makri, ACT Adjunct instructor also attended the guest lecture with their classes. Dr. Maria Kyriakidou, Professor and Chair of the HSS Division facilitated the interesting Q&A session that followed.

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Dr. Apostolos Kaliampos and Dr. Maria Kyriakidou with the guest lecturer Stergios Bakaloudis.




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