UD Welcomes CHEER Hub’s Inaugural Cohort of Summer Scholars
National Science Foundation grant helps first cohort of students to research tensions and tradeoffs in disaster preparedness
If you follow the news, you’ve probably read headlines over the last year about hot housing markets, where limited supply and rising demand result in higher prices. You may also be aware that overpaying for a house can leave your pockets feeling empty.
It’s less likely that you’ve considered how hurricane and flooding risks affect the housing market, but that is just what Nyla Howell, a geography and environmental studies major at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, focused on this summer.
Learn more about the Hub’s summer scholars program and its inaugural cohort in this UDaily feature.