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Candace Evans and Lori Peek released a new NSF-funded CONVERGE Training Module

March 20, 2021

Candace Evans and Lori Peek, along with Jerika Heinze (founder of The Fieldwork Initiative) and Rachel Adams (of the Natural Hazards Center), recently completed work and released a new NSF-funded CONVERGE Training Module. This online course focuses on Understanding and Ending Gender-Based Violence in Fieldwork. You can register and access...

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Lori Peek and NHC Received Donation to Establish New Award

Feb. 10, 2021

Lori Peek and the Natural Hazards Center received a $30,000 gift from an anonymous donor to establish a new Disability and Disasters Award for the hazards and disaster research and practice community. This award will bring those who care for, study, or advocate on behalf of those with disabilities to...

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Lori Peek Developing Modules

Nov. 4, 2020

Lori Peek received $419,940 in supplemental funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to her current NSF-funded CONVERGE award to develop and launch two additional online training modules – the first focused on Ethical Considerations for Hazards and Disaster Researchers and the second focused on Collecting and Sharing...

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Grad students and Lori Peek create training module on Conducting Emotionally Challenging Research

Oct. 8, 2020

Bertha Alicia Bermudez Tapia, Tracy Fehr, Skye Niles, Candace Evans, Rachel Adams, and Lori Peek developed and released a new NSF-funded CONVERGE Training Module on the topic of Conducting Emotionally Challenging Research. You can view the free, online module at: https://converge.colorado.edu/resources/training-modules Also, please see the following Center News release with...

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New publication with graduate student, Candace Evans, and faculty member, Lori Peek

Sept. 11, 2020

We are so pleased to announce a new publication with sociology graduate student, Candace Evans, and faculty member, Lori Peek. Adams, Rachel M., Candace Evans, Mason Mathews, Amy Wolkin, and Lori Peek. 2020. “Mortality From Forces of Nature Among Older Adults by Race/Ethnicity and Gender.” Journal of Applied Gerontology.