Natural Hazards Center News

Want to learn more about how methods matter in disaster research? Read this special collection which include a recent SSEER article!


Join us in congratulating Lori Peek for being chosen as one of two recipients for the Outstanding Postdoc Mentor Award at University of Colorado Boulder!


Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar and learn how ArcGis capabilities can support and improve hazard mitigation planning.


Read about the latest news and learn how our Natural Hazards Center alumni are making a difference in the world.


Learn more about the author and ideas behind this year's Workshop theme of Active Hope in an Era of Environmental Extremes.


Learn more about this series of training modules created to help researchers quickly background themselves on conducting extreme event research.


The call is now open for submissions of posters, Research and Practice Highlights, and Workshop awards and competitions.


Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar and learn how one team was able to collaborated with residents and across agencies and institutions mitigate Puerto Rico’s landslide risk.


As hurricane season officially starts in Puerto Rico, learn more about how the USGS, University of Puerto Rico Mayagüez, and the Natural Hazards Center have partnered to create culturally informed products to mitigate landslide hazards.


The scholarship committee has announced Kristen Cowan, Pegah Farshadmanesh, and Chelsea LeNoble as the most recent recipients of the Mary Fran Myers Scholarship. Learn more about them!