Natural Hazards Center News

Late last year, we issued a call for researchers to submit their proposals for Quick Response Research grants to study the impacts of devastating wildfires in California. Learn more about the awardees and their upcoming research.


As immigrants struggle to achieve long-term recovery following Hurricane Harvey, Natural Hazards Graduate Research Assistant Melissa Villarreal begins a new project to chronicle their journey.


The Natural Hazards Center, in partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey, welcomes a new associate dedicated to improving Puerto Rico’s resilience to landslides.



The Floodplain Management 2017: State Programs report presents comprehensive findings from a nationwide survey of state floodplain managers.


Learn more about this special opportunity to collect perishable data related to the impacts of the California Wildfires.



Current and former Natural Hazards Center alums team up to explain how the social science research reveals the strengths of youth and older adults in disaster.


Learn more about this special opportunity to collect perishable data related to the impacts of Hurricane Michael.


The Natural Hazards Center in the Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado Boulder seeks a postdoctoral research associate for a full-time, 12-month position, with benefits beginning as early as January 1, 2019.