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Seth Guikema receives funding from NSF

Professor Seth Guikema receives funding from NSF| Short Read

Title: Collaborative Research: Methods of Disaster Research – Interdisciplinary Approaches
Source: National Science Foundation

This project will bring together national and international leaders in interdisciplinary hazards research for a series of workshops focused on discussing and further developing methods for interdisciplinary research, leading to a special issue in Risk Analysis as well as an edited book on interdisciplinary methods for disaster research.

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    Seth Guikema

    Associate Professor, Industrial & Operations Engineering

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