Natural Hazards Center News

U.S. territories hold a unique place in the world of disasters and disaster response. This series presents a broad view of public health issues in the face of compound and cascading disasters.


Recent graduate Zoe Boiarsky researched the varying memorials to assess meaning and representation.


Our popular Making Mitigation Work webinar series will continue beginning August 9.


The Natural Hazards Center is excited to welcome the newest postdoctoral research assistant to our team.


Join us to learn more about public health research to enhance community well-being and reduce the negative impacts of disaster.


Bullard will speak about the quest for environmental and climate justice and ways we can work to dismantle systemic inequality.


View the schedule, register for the Workshop and Researchers Meeting, and learn more about the great trainings, special events, and other opportunities at this year’s virtual Workshop.


Check out the new CONVERGE training module, which will help hazards researchers determine how to apply their work to public health policy and information needs.


Learn more about these proposals funded to expand knowledge about the impacts of suburban wildfires.


Read the first reports in the Weather Ready Research Series, including topics such as disaster storytelling, immersive media in risk communication, and evacuation decision-making.