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Professor Allen Hyde is hiring an intern to work on his recent NSF grant work.

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Professor Allen Hyde and a team of scholars from GA Tech and Savannah State University were recently awarded a National Science Foundation Civic Innovation Challenge planning grant titled "Co-creating Data for Disaster Resilience with Historically Marginalized Communities in Savannah." Hyde, as PI for the project, will be looking for an intern for the spring semester through SLS to work on this project with the research team, The Harambee House (an environmental justice organization in Savannah), and the City of Savannah Office of Sustainability. 

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Due January 31

Co-creating Data for Disaster Resilience with Historically Marginalized Communities in Savannah | School of History and Sociology, Georgia Tech

We propose to study the compounded effects of social and physical vulnerabilities to environmental disasters in Savannah, Georgia, as well as the local policies and practices that promote resilience and recovery. Our approach prioritizes social equity and justice by including residents and representatives of Hudson Hill, a working-class Black neighborhood in Savannah, as research partners. Together, we will identify and co-create new sources of data on disaster vulnerability and resilience and foster broader stakeholder networks within the region.

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