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Thanks to Caroline Williams, a postdoctoral researcher, CHEER’s knowledge framework is well on its way to becoming a vital resource for the Hub.
Six members of the Hub met in California to present their research at UCLA.
Shangjia Dong, member of the Hub’s buildings and households thrusts and a core faculty member in the University of Delaware’s Disaster Research Center, has been awarded an Early Career Research Fellowship by the Gulf Coast Research Program.
As a postdoctoral scholar with a background in industrial and systems engineering, Kevin plays a critical role in the Hub on the integration thrust.
Congratulations to Hub alumna Nyla Howell, who is the 2023 recipient of the Natural Hazards Center’s Annual Hazards and Disasters Student Paper Competition!
Recruitment is officially underway for the national climate change video game design competition hosted by Dr. A.R. Siders at the University of Delaware.
Now Accepting Applications for the 2024 CHEER Summer Scholars Program. The CHEER Hub is seeking undergraduate scholars to join this interdisciplinary team.
Postdoctoral researcher Abbey Hotard is not just a newly minted Texas A&M alum; she is the first graduate of the university’s Marine and Coastal Management and Science (MCMS) doctoral program.
The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season came to a close on November 30. According to Dr. Brian Colle, the CHEER Hub’s hazards thrust leader and an Atmospheric Science Professor at Stony Brook University, these are four facts that made this past season worth noting.
CHEER Hub Member Awarded Funds to Host Climate-themed Video Game Jam in 2024. The funding will be used to host a video “game jam” and elevate women women in ocean, climate, and computer science fields.