This webinar released the results of the 2018 census of the social science hazards and disaster research community. The census is the first attempt to generate a comprehensive portrait of social science hazards and disaster researchers. The data collected includes each researchers’ disciplinary training, organizational affiliation, types of hazards and disasters they study, and their methodological expertise, among other information. This webinar featured a demo of the Social Science Extreme Events Research (SSEER) interactive map, which includes the names, organizational affiliations, and geographic locations of the 683 researchers who signed up for SSEER in 2018.
Strength in Numbers: The Social Science Extreme Events Research (SSEER) Network Map and Census
Date: February 5, 2019
Time: 11 to 12 pm MT
Introduction & Overview
Robin Dillon-Merrill, Program Director, Humans, Disasters, and the Built Environment (HDBE), National Science Foundation
Lori Peek, Director, Natural Hazards Center and Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Colorado Boulder; Principal Investigator, CONVERGE, SSEER, and ISEEER
Mason Mathews, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado Boulder
Haorui Wu, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado Boulder
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CONVERGE is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), Division of Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Innovation, Program on Humans, Disasters, and the Built Environment (Award #1841338). Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.