Natural Hazards Center News

The damage and disruption caused by recent tornadoes highlights how necessary research is in helping those affected, especially at-risk populations. Learn more about funds available to support your research in this area.

Communicating the Center’s many initiatives and activities is key to keeping the hazards community connected. Apply by May 31 to become a part of the Natural Hazards Center Team.

Read about this special call for quick response research and join us for a virtual Q&A session to learn more.

Learn more about collecting perishable data from recent events through the Quick Response Research Award program.

Learn more about these proposals funded through the Mitigation Matters Research Award Program to promote evidence-based mitigation solutions.

Findings from a recent workshop on open data publication and reuse in social science research are now available. Read more about the pitfalls and promises of policy guidance that requires researchers of all disciplines to make publications and data publicly available.

New CONVERGE Training Module on Indigenous Sovereignty in Disasters is now available!

Learn more about the multiple funding opportunities currently available through the Natural Hazards Center Research Awards Program.

New research from the Natural Hazards Center will guide Colorado policymakers in understanding the state’s current alerting landscape and how to strengthen alert delivery for non-English speakers and people with disabilities.

Una nueva incestigación del Centro de Riesgos Naturales (Natural Hazards Center) guiará a los responsables políticos de Colorado en la comprensión del escenario actual de alertas del estado y cómo fortalecer la distribución de alertas para las personas que no hablan inglés y con discapacidades.