Membership in DRRN is open to faculty, post-docs, graduate students, and researchers from the Cascadia region who are interested in transdisciplinary disaster research.

Network members will have the chance to participate in discussions and activities on the cutting edge of disaster research and policy in BC and around the world. To foster an active and collaborative environment, members will be expected to:

  • Share professional information for the network website and provide updates on your research
  • Participate in interdisciplinary workshops and meetings
  • Respond to network communications seeking feedback

If you would like to join the network, please apply by submitting the form below. All requests to join the network will be reviewed by DRRN leadership and answered as soon as possible.

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If you are working in industry, government, non-profit and community-based organizations, please consider connecting with DRRN as an External Partner.

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