48th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop

Sunday, July 9 to Wednesday, July 12, 2023


We have much to do as we transition back to an in-person meeting after three years of virtual events! The Natural Hazards Center team has now released the theme statement and closed the call for ideas, which we will use to build a robust and engaging Workshop Program.

We will continue to update this page and those linked just above with more information as it becomes available. For now, please know that we will soon release the draft program and registration for the meeting. We hope you will begin to think about your travel and accommodations and Save the Dates! for this year’s meeting and future years as well!

About the Workshop: Since 1975, the Natural Hazards Center has hosted the Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop in Colorado. Today the Workshop brings together federal, state, and local mitigation and emergency management officials and planning professionals; representatives of nonprofit, private sector, and humanitarian organizations; hazards and disaster researchers; and others dedicated to alleviating the impacts of disasters. You can read more about the Workshop and its history on the Center's website.

Workshop Information: Information about this year’s theme and opportunities to contribute can be found under the Workshop Info tab above. You can also browse our past Workshops to see previous programs, speakers, and other materials.

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