| Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013
Can We Become a More Resilient Nation? Lessons Learned
from Hurricane Sandy and the Boston Marathon Bombings
Professor Stephen Flynn, Founding co-director of the George J. Kostas
Research Institute for Homeland Security and Professor of Political Science,
College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Major disasters arising from both natural and man-made sources require a growing emphasis on resilience—the capacity to better withstand, nimbly respond, and rapidly recover from disruptive and destructive events. Join us as Professor Flynn highlights this and other implications arising from Hurricane Sandy and the Boston Marathon bombings.
$6 per person