• Collaborating to address hurricane anxiety

    Collaboration led by Art Professor Holly Hanessian between the Resilient Infrastructure and Disaster Response Center from the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, the FSU Hispanic Marketing Network and the FSU Department of Urban & Regional Planning works to reduce hurricane anxiety

  • Preparing for the Hurricane Season

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  • Bringing new solutions to market

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  • Developing processes to protect precious resources

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  • Adapting science to rural and smaller communities

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  • Leveraging connections between disciplines to enhance community

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RIDER’s vision focuses on implementing living laboratories in real-life urban and rural communities and settings, grounded in the scientific exploration of the complex and nonlinear interactions among systems. The key insight underlying this vision is the transformative discoveries through the co-production of solutions with community leaders, residents, government, industry, and researchers. Our unique multidisciplinary approach, along with the close involvement of these stakeholders, will result in new research insights and policy instruments. As our overarching strategy, we seek to become a nationally and globally recognized center of resilience for disasters.

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