Infrastructure Resilience and Disaster Recovery
Given the increasing number and impact of disasters, research is needed to determine how to enable community recovery and foster resiliency. Associate Professor Amy Javernick-Will and her students focus on this increasingly vital aspect of community development.
This research seeks to assess the expected structural performance of reconstructed shelter, analyze household perceptions of performance, characterize differences between assessed and perceived performance, and identify modifications to improve performance. Read more.
This research investigates how relocation decision makers prioritize risk reduction in order to identify means of advocating and strengthening holistic risk reduction, a process inclusive of lessening vulnerability and cultivating resilience alongside geographic displacement. Read more.