Toward Resilient Futures Speaker Series: Cities and Evaluation

Thursday, June 10, 2021 - 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location

Remote

Cost / Admission
Free with Registration
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"Toward Resilient Futures" is a monthly virtual speaker series that presents cutting-edge research and approaches on the resilience of urban and rural communities and systems to hazards and disasters. The speakers represent the core faculty of Portland State University's new transdisciplinary Emergency Management and Community Resilience graduate program. The talks will critically focus on local and global issues and share pragmatic solutions.

This month's speakers:

Jola Ajibade, assistant professor of geography
"Building Resilient and Egalitarian Cities after Mega-Disasters: Lessons from Manila"

Eric Einspruch, adjunct professor
"Resilience: An Evaluation Thinking Perspective"

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Aerial view of Manila, with homes by water

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