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Hurricanes

Read: Over 1,400 Rice University Students Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Over 1,400 Rice University Students Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

Rice University’s Harvey Action Team has recruited over 1,400 students to assist in helping those affected by Hurricane Harvey’s destruction.

Read: Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Texas Colleges Scramble to Help Students Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Some Texas colleges are instructing professors to excuse the absences of students from areas that were hit the hardest by Hurricane Harvey.

Read: Hurricane Harvey Reminds Us of the Importance of Adequate Infrastructure

Hurricane Harvey Reminds Us of the Importance of Adequate Infrastructure

Hospitals, schools and universities must plan for worst-case scenarios and consider how the region’s infrastructure weaknesses could directly impact them.

Read: Hurricane Harvey Forces Hospital Evacuations, Campus Closures

Hurricane Harvey Forces Hospital Evacuations, Campus Closures

One of Houston’s level 1 trauma hospitals is in the midst of evacuation while the University of Houston is closed through at least Wednesday.

Read: FSU Students Learn to Use Drones to Assist Emergency Responders

FSU Students Learn to Use Drones to Assist Emergency Responders

A professor at Florida State University says the drones can survey areas hit by hurricanes much quicker than traditional search methods.

Study Predicts Stronger, More Frequent Hurricanes

Read: Photos of Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on NYC’s School Buses

Photos of Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on NYC’s School Buses

As a result of the storm surge, more than 7 million gallons of water had to be pumped from the bottom of the Department of Education’s OPT building. Check out the photos.

Read: Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on NYC’s School Bus Fleets

Hurricane Sandy’s Impact on NYC’s School Bus Fleets

Last fall’s massive storm on the East Coast created a surge of challenges for student transportation in New York City, from flooded bus yards and offices to fuel and equipment shortages. Here’s an overview of the crisis and how the city’s Office of Pupil Transportation responded.

8th Annual NJ CUPSA Conference to Cover Clery, Colleges’ Response to Hurricane Sandy

Department of Ed. Awards $3 Million to States Recovering from Hurricane Sandy

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