Search

Tag: Center For Rebuilding Sustainable Communities After Disasters

  1. UMass Boston Professor Contributes to Deliberations on Post-War Reconstruction in Iraqi-Kurdistan
    Adenrele Awotona delivered the plenary speech on "Rebuilding Sinjar As If People Mattered."
  2. UMass Boston’s Global Post-Disaster Studies Certificate No. 6 in Nation
    The online resource SuccessfulStudent.org says UMass Boston has the sixth best online homeland security program in the country.
  3. UMass Boston Establishes an Innovative Emergency and Disaster Management Program
    UMass Boston’s new program builds on the U.S. Department of Homeland Security/FEMA’s Professional Development Series
  4. UMass Boston Professor Publishes Book on Global Disaster Resilience
    The book focuses on a bottom-up approach to disaster risk reduction and the building of community resilience
  5. UMass Boston’s Engagement with Global Disasters 2008-2016
    CRSCAD partners with global organizations to explore and provide original perspectives on local and global disasters.
  6. UMass Boston Lecturer Nominated Twice for the Nobel Peace Prize
    Evelin Lindner was nominated in 2015 and 2016 for her compassionate service and action to bring peace and dignity to all.
  7. UMass Boston Professor Contributes to Landmark Publication on Architecture
    Adenrele Awotona pens a chapter on design for disaster preparation and mitigation.
  8. Conference Examines “The Way Forward” for Afghanistan
    On Monday, UMass Boston hosted ambassadors, advocates, architects, engineers, planners, and other experts for the 2015 Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters (CRSCAD) conference: “Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Afghanistan: The Way Forward.”
  9. UMass Boston to Host July Conference on Rebuilding Afghanistan
    CRSCAD to host international conference “Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Afghanistan: The Way Forward" on July 27.
  10. Courses in Global Post-Disaster Studies Serve Wide Range of Students
    Students in the new master’s degree program in urban planning and community development can enroll in three of CRSCAD’s courses.
  11. Cambridge Scholars Publishing Showcases CRSCAD Series as Feature Books
    Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters book series selected for inaugural feature in publisher's advertising campaign.
  12. Post-Disaster Reconstruction Expert Delivers Major Papers at International Symposia in S. America
    McCormack Grad School's Adenrele Awotona presents his research in Chile and Colombia.
  13. UMass Boston Professor Co-Chairs International Conference in Switzerland on Disaster Risk Management
    Held in Davos, Switzerland, the fifth annual conference focused on the theme of "Integrative Risk Management: The Role of Science, Technology, and Practice."
  14. UMass Boston’s Conference on Disaster Management Highlights Haiti
    A panelist at the Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters conference says in Haiti, “risk is hyper-localized and deeply personal.”
  15. UMass Boston Hosts International Conference on Disaster Preparedness and Response
    Center for Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters event features keynote speakers and panelists from across the globe.
  16. UMass Boston Professor Delivers Address on Poverty Reduction at Somerville MLK Day Celebration
    CRSCAD Director Adenrele Awotona explores the close relationship between poverty and disasters.
  17. Post-Earthquake New Zealand, From “New Normal” to Sustainable Future
    Emergency manager and business continuity planner Esther Newman shares stories of New Zealand's post-earthquake recovery and restoration at UMass Boston.
  18. UMass Boston Teams with DelValle Institute to Offer Emergency Management Programs
    The University of Massachusetts Boston is introducing two new certificate programs in emergency management through University College.
  19. Disaster Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Sustainable Reconstruction International Conference
    May 2014 international workshop explores the role of architectural, planning, and engineering education