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.

Check out our free annotated bibliographies, created to complement CONVERGE Training Modules! Students, emerging researchers and practitioners, and others interested in learning more about the various training modules can use the bibliographies to develop and expand their reading lists to include journal articles, books, reports, and other key readings.

Please mark your calendars for this upcoming webinar to learn more about Public Health Disaster Research in U.S. Territories!

Check out the new CONVERGE training module, which provides authoritative and practical information about data collection practices for natural hazards and disaster researchers.

The new worksheet collection will help guide risk communicators with exercises and activities to promote interactive and collaborative communication.

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.

The Natural Hazards Center is pleased to announce that its former postdoctoral researcher and current affiliate will work to further Canadian resilience.

Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar to learn more about mitigation messaging, behavior, and planning.

Learn more about González’s scholarship and achievements in the area of gender and disasters.

We’re proud to support our partners, the Bill Anderson Fund, in mentoring a diverse cohort of historically underrepresented fellows. Learn more about how to apply.