Natural Hazards Center News

Graduate Research Assistant Jocelyn West has been recognized for work that creates a deeper understanding of how social inequity impacts population change after disasters.

Learn more about funds available for research that helps build equity in public health disaster efforts in underserved communities.

As the devastation from the fires in Hawaii continues to unfold, the Natural Hazards Center offers condolences and shares resources to help researchers conduct ethical, culturally informed studies.

Explore the new collection of work aimed at strengthening the public health response to disasters in underserved communities.

Join us to learn more about public health research to enhance community well-being and reduce the negative impacts of disaster.

Nyla Howell and Nahuel Arenas were named the winners of the 2023 Hazards and Disasters Student Paper Competition. Read their papers and learn more about them.

Learn more about this upcoming series of Listening Sessions to advance Indigenous public health research, collaborations, and engagement.

The scholarship committee has announced Marysel Pagán Santana and Amber Shumpert as the most recent recipients of the Mary Fran Myers Scholarship. Learn more about them!

Watch the recording of Cannon's lecture, where he examines if research on risk reduction does enough to account for the disasters we create.