2012 Operational Relationships
Georgia Department of Education/ Bryan College Human Trafficking Seminars, Phase 2 – Detective Sergeant Roddy Llewellyn, who founded the Metropolitan Police Human Trafficking Team, Specialist Crime Directorate (SCD) 6 at New Scotland Yard, gave five presentations to criminal justice students at Georgia State and Berry College and students at Rome High School. Detective Llewellyn addressed issues related to women and girls trafficked into London, in particular from the post-Marxist nations of Central and Eastern Europe. He cited a number of factors that have fueled the growth of human trafficking in the United Kingdom and Europe, including the rise of new mafia organizations and the poverty that many people found themselves in after the fall of communism. October 2012
The Bryan College Center for International Development partnered with the Georgia Department of Education to address the growing issue of human trafficking in the state of Georgia . Bryan organized a seminar series featuring top global experts on trafficking which focused on an audience of key educators representing all school districts in Georgia. The attendees also included representatives of anti-human trafficking organizations, social services agencies, law enforcement and the Bryan College SSTOP chapter.
Emanuel University - Bryan College and Emanuel University continued an ongoing relationship which includes international lectures presented by faculty at both schools in the U.S. and Romania. These lecture programs include both undergraduate and graduate business students at both instit utions
Romanian Evangelistic Medical Mission- REMM partnered with Bryan College to offer the second annual summer music program for orphans at Casa Josef and for children in Beius and surrounding villages .
The Rotary Club of Dayton, Tennessee provided funds for the Director of the Tamara Center in Trnava, Slovakia to do a two week internship at the Women’s Care Center of Dayton, Dayton United Way and the Partnership for Families, Children and Adults in Chattanooga.
Partnership for Families, Children and Adults – Bryan College and the Partnership organized an internship training program for a Slovak social services trainee to look at the 24 agencies in the Partnership that support women and children in need.
University of Tennessee of Chattanooga, Department of Economics – Bryan College and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga conducted for the eighth consecutive year the Decosimo Lecture Series on Global Business with an emphasis this year on Taiwan. The Decosimo lectures focus on presentations from individuals who have experienced high levels of success and/or have significant knowledge about international business.
Palacky University – The Bryan CID is assisting Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic with an ongoing lecture program to introduce American concepts of business and free enterprise to their students. Topics focus on the connection between business principles and their application in real world business settings.
Chattanooga State Community College – The Bryan CID is partnering with CSCC to offer fall lecture programs to address the topics of world religion and globalization, a review of German economic power and influence, the Euro Zone crisis and international and American journalism.