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John Moschella is a 30-year veteran of the fire service and a deputy chief with the
Revere (MA) Fire Department. He is a visiting assistant professor at Anna Maria College
and a program evaluator for the American Council on Education. Moschella has a
master’s degree in fire science and administration from Anna Maria College and a
doctor of education degree in educational leadership from Cambridge College. He also
has graduate degrees in European intellectual history from Salem State College and
German/Jewish history from the University of Kansas. He studied biblical archaeology
at Hebrew Union College in Israel and German history at Universität Friedrich Alexander,
Erlangen, Germany on a Fulbright. The author of numerous fire-related publications
in various journals, Moschella has written on such fire-related topics as sensemak-ing, e-government, higher education in the fire service, firefighter safety, hazardous
materials, building construction, private fire brigades, manhole emergency operations,
and OSHA standards compliance. He cowrote the state’s hazardous materials response
training program. Moschella has several National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
certifications and is a licensed social studies teacher (grades 7-12) in Massachusetts.
He is a National Fire Academy executive fire officer and was the first recipient of the
NFPA George D. Miller Award in 2002.