Living Simply, Caring Deeply

Remembering Linda Bourque

By Nnenia Campbell

Linda Bourque, a rigorous and forward-thinking researcher, made great strides in advancing knowledge about public health and disasters. Bourque passed in March at the age of 77.

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Webinars, Training, and Education

Sharpen your skills and find new ones with these upcoming learning options

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Workshop Winners

Showcasing Outstanding Efforts in Hazards and Disasters

Learn more about this year’s winners of the Mary Fran Myers Scholarship, the Mary Fran Myers Gender and Disaster Award, and the Natural Hazards Center Student Paper Competition.

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Guiding Communities

Colorado Project Is a Roadmap for State-Specific Hazard Planning

Now in its third year, the state’s Planning for Hazards project is setting an example for how to provide communities with the planning tools to address natural hazard risks—and the empowerment to use them.

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Russell Dynes

An Incredible Legacy

Russell Dynes, a legendary disaster researcher and pioneer in the field, died earlier this month. A look back at a remarkable career.

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