ODU Coastal Resilience Stakeholder Engagement Project

In collaboration with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Coastal Resilience Center of Excellence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Month June 2019

Congratulations Donta Council!

Donta Council successfully defended his dissertation titled ‘Assessing the Relationship between Flood Risk Perceptions and Adaptive Behaviors of Households’ on June 26, 2019. His dissertation committee was chaired by Dr. Wie Yusuf. Committee members were Dr. Michelle Covi and Dr. Joshua… Continue Reading →

Madison’s observations on conducting door-to-door survey research in Hampton, VA

After surveying in the Hampton Roads area for two days, I was not able to make many significant observations. Having participated in door to door surveying efforts in the past, I was not astonished by Hampton residents’ reactions to our… Continue Reading →

The ASERT experience: Community engagement in Virginia Beach

Madison Bibbs and Courtney Thomas (SUMREX) joined ODU’s ASERT team in providing community engagement for in support of the City of Virginia Beach Comprehensive Sea Level Rise and Recurrent Flooding Response planning efforts. The City has undertaken an extensive process… Continue Reading →

Courtney Thomas (SUMREX) reflects on her experience conducting door-to-door surveying

Courtney and Madison are part of a collaborative research team with faculty and students from Virginia Tech and ODU. The project involved conducting surveys of residents in Hampton, Virginia about their adaptation to sea level rise and flooding. Madison and… Continue Reading →

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