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As the seas rise along the Gulf Coast of the U.S., thousands of communities must decide how to adjust to a new environment. Two professors at Arizona State University are part of a team that’s developing a new tool to help homeowners assess their risk and make informed decisions.
For a firefighter to attain the rank of captain usually takes several years, often a decade or two, of dedicated service. At age 24, Utah Air National Guard Staff Sgt. Oliver Silva — make that Fire Captain Oliver Silva — credits his graduate studies at Arizona State University as what set him apart from his colleagues. Silva is captain in the fire department at the 801,505-acre U.S. Army Dugway Proving Ground in the northwestern Utah desert, about 50 miles southwest of Salt Lake City. He is receiving his master’s degree in emergency management and homeland security offered by ASU’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, and is the Watts interdisciplinary programs’ fall 2019 Outstanding Graduate.
We are the Emergency Management Student Association (EMSA), an Arizona State University Student Organization. EMSA is located at the ASU Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security (CEMHS). We bring hands-on experiences to students interested in Disaster Management, Operations, Preparedness, Response and Homeland Security. We have already teamed up with Maricopa County Department of Emergency Management, Arizona State University, ASU Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security and Arizona’s Department of Emergency and Military Affairs.
Heat is increasingly recognized as a critical hazard globally – and here in the Phoenix metro area. This fall’s panel discussion series aims to understand heat as hazard and the state of current and best practices for local governments in mitigating heat risk for a sustainable quality of life and the safety of our vulnerable populations. Heat impacts all areas of our daily lives – housing, eating, recreating, mobility and more. The challenge of mitigating heat risks invites collaboration across the city and with the whole community. This series is co-sponsored by the Sustainable Cities Network and The Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China. Chinese authorities identified the new coronavirus, which has resulted in more than a thousand confirmed cases in China, including cases outside Wuhan City. Additional cases have been identified in a growing number of other international locations, including the United States.
The World Health Organization (WHO) as of February 11th is reporting 43,103 confirmed cases of Novel Coronavirus: WHO is now referring to the Novel Coronavirus as COVID-19. The People’s Republic of China is reporting 42,708 cases with 7,333 severe cases and 1,017 deaths. A total of 24 countries are reporting 395 cases and one death.
Maricopa County Department of Public Health (MCDPH) has identified and confirmed one case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the ASU community. Given the global nature of Arizona State University, we want to share important tips on how to stay healthy, remind you of the health and wellness resources that are available to you and inform you of the national and international protocols that are being followed by the university to help minimize the spread of illness. Health and counseling services are available in Mandarin as needed.
Melanie Gall, Research Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security has been selected as the 2020 Knowledge Exchange for Resilience fellow. The Knowledge Exchange for Resilience fellowship is a twelve month program with a focus on community and organizational transformation.
SHELDUS is featured in a report by the Association of State Floodplain Managers. SHELDUS data shows rising trend in losses caused by flooding.The Association of State Floodplain Managers Inc. (ASFPM) published this report as part of its mission to promote education, policies and activities that mitigate current and future losses, costs and human suffering caused by flooding.
"We ensure that all of the theory taught is grounded in practice. Our goal is to instill the critical-thinking skills necessary to tackle large-scale problems."
former ASU Emergency Manager
February 10, 2020: AZVOAD General Meeting in Phoenix, AZ *email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information*
February 17, 2020: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
March 12, 2020: Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station Exercise in Tonopah, AZ *email email@example.com for more information*
March 16, 2020: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
Apri 6, 2020: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
April 20, 2020: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
April 28, 2020: Grand Challenges in Disaster Research for a Sustainable Future at the Memorial Union Room 202 in Tempe, AZ
May 18-21, 2020: National VOAD Conference 2020 at Pointe Hilton Squaw Peak Resort in Phoenix, AZ
July 12-15, 2020: 45th Annual Natural Hazards Workshop in Broomfield, CO
Determinants of Disaster Mass Care Services Production and Impacts by Arizona Voluntary Nonprofit Organizations
The overall goal of the project is to account for nonprofit organizations’ mass care services production and impact.
Project Period: April - September 2018
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