Natural Hazards Center News

Learn how two undergraduate research assistants at the University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez are promoting landslide education and outreach across Puerto Rico.

Learn more about how to move mitigation to action with the tools, advice, and perspectives showcased in this new series.

A school's capacity to provide continuous education after disaster is imperative to student welfare. One school in Lyons, Colorado, provides an example of how to facilitate recovery.

The Natural Hazards Center is excited to welcome Rachel Adams, who will be working to create training modules and other research resources for the CONVERGE initiative.

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.

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.