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The ASU Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security, University College London Center for Translation Studies and the Dublin City University is pleased to announce that The International Humanitarian and Language Translation in Crisis Situations Report has been published. These universities were a part of the International Network on Crisis Translation or better known as INTERACT. INTERACT is a network pertaining to research projects that focus on translations in crisis scenarios and is a part of the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program.
ASU’s role in preparedness begins with readying the campus to respond during crises and extends to degree and certificate programs, with many initiatives in between that support government at all levels.
From weatherman to man in black, Russell Pablo has a passion for service. Now, he’s taking that passion from the United States Air Force to the United States Secret Service. Pablo is the outstanding graduate for college-level programs in Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University. He is graduating with a Master of Arts in Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
Our very own co-directors, Dr. Melanie Gall and Dr. Brian Gerber released about the relaxed environmental regulations. The article discusses in context the damage Hurricane Florence caused to the community but to the surrounding environment of North Carolina.
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.
"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
July 6 - 9, 2019: National Security and Public Safety Summit in San Diego, CA
July 14 - 17, 2019: Melanie Gall, research professor and co-director of the ASU Center for Emergency Management and Homeland Security, was elected to the newly formed North American Alliance of Hazards and Disaster Research Institutes (NAAHDRI) Board of Directors at 44th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop in Broomfield, CO.
August 18, 2019: 9th Annual Taylor Fest at the Downtown Phoenix Campus in Phoenix, AZ
August 5, 2019: Undergraduate Research Fair at the Post Office Student Center in Phoenix, AZ
October 1, 2019: Sustainability Fall Discussion Series on “Managing Heat as a Critical Hazard” at Wrigley Hall 481 Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ
October 2, 2019: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
Novemeber 4, 2019: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
November 12 - 13, 2019: 2019 PLuS Alliance Symposium, Arizona State University in Phoenix, AZ
November 21, 2019: Sustainability Fall Discussion Series on “Incorporating Heat into State and Local Hazrd-Mitigation Planning” at Wrigley Hall 481 Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ
December 2, 2019: Emergency Management Student Association Meeting at University Center 420 Conference Suite in Phoenix, AZ
December 4 - 7, 2019: AESA Annual Conference in Phoneix, AZ
December 5 - 6, 2019: Arizona Biosecurity Workshop at Old Main Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ
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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