Natural Hazards Center News

Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar and learn how recent research points to a connection between pre-disaster preparedness and better health outcomes after disaster.

Apply now for your chance to receive the Mary Fran Myers Scholarship. Scholarship winners receive free registration and travel support to attend the Natural Hazards Workshop in July.

The Mitigation Matters small grant program supports innovative, mitigation-focused research. Submit your proposal before March 16!

A team at CU Boulder is working to expand the conversation around environmental futures and has been awarded $225,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of the effort.

Save the date for the next Making Mitigation Work webinar and learn about this initiative to bring transparency about local building codes and instigate action for disaster resilience.

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

Natural Hazards Center Graduate Research Assistant Melissa Villarreal received a National Science Foundation grant to continue her much-needed research on immigrants in disasters.

Learn more about the nine innovative research studies funded during the inaugural round of the Mitigation Matters Research Program.

The Natural Hazards Center and Save the Children partnered in a program to help state Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster assess their capabilities and shortfalls in meeting the needs of children in disaster.

Peek delivers keynote titled “Convergence: Coming Together to Advance Hazards and Disaster Research” at Texas Tech University.