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Hazards and Disaster Research to Respond to Global Crises: Faculty Publications

This guide is a gateway to research resources that support the Hazards and Disaster Research to Respond to Global Crises research cluster at the University of North Texas.

Research from UNT Faculty

The boxes below provide links to relevant publications of UNT participants in this research cluster or to documentation of a participant's scholarly contributions.

Sudha Arlikatti

Assistant Professor, Public Administration
Expertise: sustainable hazard mitigation; and disaster response and rebuilding

Terry Clower

Associate Professor, Economics
Expertise: economic development; impact assessment; transportation systems; and housing

Nicole Dash

Associate Dean, Associate Professor, Sociology
Expertise: evacuation; housing; long term recovery; and social impacts

Pinliang Dong

Assistant Professor, Geography
Expertise: remote sensing and geographic information systems

Linda Holloway

Professor, Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions
Expertise: community rehabilitation and diversity issues in human service

Shailesh Kulkarni

Associate Professor, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Expertise: supply chain networks; and operations research

David McEntire

Professor, Emergency Administration and Planning
Expertise: emergency management theory; international disasters; and security

Terry Pohlen

Associate Professor, Department of Marketing & Logistics
Expertise: marketing and logistics

Victor Prybutok

Regents Professor, Information Technology & Decision Sciences
Expertise: information systems measurement; quality control; and risk assessment

Brian Richardson

Associate Professor, Communication Studies
Expertise: disaster- and crisis-related communication

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