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Framework for Building Regional Resilience and Risk Mitigation

Framework for Building Regional Resilience and Risk Mitigation 10/16/2019

          On Thursday, September 26th, Dr. Katya Wowk, a Senior Research Scientist for the Harte Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and...

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Study Finds Lead In Drinking Water In Some Eastern Houston Homes

Study Finds Lead In Drinking Water In Some Eastern Houston Homes 8/2/2019

According to a study conducted by the World Health Organization, lead exposure over time affects multiple body systems and is extremely harmful to children. Lead exposure is the cause behind...

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IfSC Team and Affiliates Present Initiatives at Natural Hazards Workshop

IfSC Team and Affiliates Present Initiatives at Natural Hazards Workshop 7/26/2019

          The latest findings and iniatives by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with the Institute for Sustainable Communities (IfSC), the Hazard Reduction Recovery...

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Dr. Michelle Meyer, IfSC Discovery Lead, lands new role

Dr. Michelle Meyer, IfSC Discovery Lead, lands new role 7/15/2019

One of the nation’s premier hazard research hubs, the Texas A&M Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center, will continue focusing on disaster preparedness, mitigation and recovery with its...

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IfSC Director and Team Attend Northside Community Exchange Breakfast in Houston

IfSC Director and Team Attend Northside Community Exchange Breakfast in Houston 6/10/2019

          On Thursday, June 6, 2019, Dr. Philip Berke and a team from the Institute for Sustainable Communities (IfSC) traveled to Houston to attend the Northside Community...

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Developing and User Testing Tool for Communicating Storm Surge Risk

Developing and User Testing Tool for Communicating Storm Surge Risk 4/30/2019

            Dr. David Retchless, assistant professor at Texas A&M University Galveston, recently presented his research to the Institute for Sustainable Communities....

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