COLUMBIA, Mo.-Well before Sept. 11, 2001, professors at the University of Missouri-Columbia recognized the importance of offering classes that focused on terrorism-related issues. Following the tragic events of 9/11, so did many others.

"9/11 opened everybody's eyes," said Tushar Ghosh, professor and director of graduate studies in the Nuclear Science and Engineering Institute (NSEI).

Today, the hijacking of airplanes and attacks on the World Trade Centers and the Pentagon are frequent topics of conversation for MU students who are enrolled in a series of classes that focus on terrorism and...

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