Natural Hazards Center News

Eight projects will help develop evidence-based practices to improve community preparedness, resilience, and the public health response to disasters.


Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar to learn more about making flood Buyout programs less costly and more equitable.


While landslide risk remains high in many areas in Puerto Rico, a recently installed monitoring network and community collaborations have been able to save lives.


Check out our special call for interdisciplinary proposals aimed at strengthening the public health response to disasters in underserved communities.


Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar to learn more about implementing the National Initiative to Advance Building Codes.


Join us in welcoming Marchezini, an interdisciplinary scholar from Brazil researching people-centered early warnings.


Learn more about our latest opportunity to research wildfire, publish instruments and data, and help further understandings of fire weather.


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.