Natural Hazards Center News

Keep an eye out for these upcoming projects that will focus on ways to enhance the health and well-being of U.S. territories prone to disaster.

The Natural Hazards Center welcomes MacPherson-Krutsky to assist with guidance on communicating risk to vulnerable populations.

This growing collection of check sheets helps hazards researchers design and conduct extreme events research according to best practices.

Learn more about the CONVERGE Training Module Assignment Bank—a collection of module-related classroom assignments developed by instructors who use the trainings in their courses.

Check out our special call for interdisciplinary proposals aimed at strengthening individual and community resilience in the U.S. territories of American Samoa, Guam, the Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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.