Presentation – Wednesday January 16, 2019
Bob Graham Center for Public Service 232 Pugh Hall
A little over a year after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the University of Florida has emerged as a leader in research and scholarship focused on rebuilding. UF is uniquely positioned because of its geography and Florida’s familiarity with Puerto Rico’s context when it comes to climate, tropical issues and Hispanic culture. On Jan. 16 at 6 p.m. in the Pugh Hall Ocora, architecture professors Martha Kohen and Nancy Clark, who have spearheaded this international effort discussed UF’s work and collaborations aimed at helping the island imagine a more resilient future.
Interview/Feature Article, Explorer Magazine: Research at the University of Florida, Fall 2018 Issue “Resilience after the Storm”, Features Research and Projects for Puerto Rico Restart as well as interview and citations