The University of New Orleans’ Center for Hazards Assessment, Response and Technology (UNO-CHART) would like to thank all who participated in the DRU Workshop. The workshop included over 100 attendees representing 25 universities/colleges from across the country and Canada.
Special thanks go to our presenters who covered topics ranging from mitigation program assessment to campus violence to risk communication.
For those who were not able to attend the Workshop, we have posted the agenda, PowerPoint presentations and presentation notes taken by UNO-CHART graduate research assistants. You can also view the pictures taken at the workshop via this link: http://scholarworks.uno.edu/dru2011_pics.
Thank you again to all those who contributed to a successful Workshop. If you have any questions, please contact Monica Farris, Director, UNO-CHART, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building Evaluations for Risk Assessment, Stuart Adams, Carol Friedland, and Mark Levitan
From Narrative to Data and Back: Archival Sources and the DRU, Mikeal Blackford
After Katrina: Assessing the UNO DRU Initiative, Amanda Green
Campus Violence, Pamela Jenkins
Benefit-Cost Analysis - An Overview, Joseph Johnson
Evolution of the UNCW Hazard Mitigation Plan, Kevin Madsen
Regional Assessment of Tsunami Hazard Management Plans: The Case of the US Pacific Northwest, Edmund Merem, Yaw Twumasi, Joan Wesley, and Benetta Robinson
A Mathematical Model of Terrorism, Jairo Santanilla
DRU Workshop Detailed Agenda, UNO-CHART
Citizen Corps for CERT, Kevin Bosarge
CERT's Function in Campus Emergency Management, Calvin Brown Jr.
Ready Campus: A Model of Campus Preparedness, Chelsea Brown and Stuart Stewart
Leveraging Technology to Build a Disaster Response "System of Systems", Sara Estes Cohen and Robert Greenberg
Louisiana Hazard Information Portal (LaHIP), Glenn Gibeson
Innovative Risk Assessment Methodologies at the Campus Level, Alessandra Jerolleman
Campus-wide Coastal Hazards Resiliency Curriculum and Development of Hazard Mitigation Planning Curriculum, John Kiefer, Kristina Peterson, Earthea Nance, and Shirley Laska
The Road to Recovery-Worst Case Natural Disaster, Mary Jan Lantz
Funding Your Mitigation Projects, Casey Levy
Legal Issues in Emergency Management, William Moorhead
Cost Saving Advantages of Multi-Agency Exercises, William Moorhead and Ginny Schwartzer
Strengthening Multi Hazard Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery Capabilities: Leveraging Campus Resources for System-Wide Results, Toby Osburn and Joseph "Joey" V. Pons IV
How to Become Storm Ready, Frank Revitte
Mitigation Planning 101, Patty Sanchez
Floodproofing Techniques, Pat Skinner
Communicating Risk to Student Populations, Matt Stanley