Dr. Laura K. Siebeneck
University of North Texas
Emergency Management and Disaster Science
(940) 565-4893
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Education

PhD, University of Utah, 2010.
Major: Geography
MS, University of Utah, 2007.
Major: Geography
BS, Texas State University, 2005.
Major: Physical Geography

Professional Positions

Academic - Post-Secondary
Associate Professor, University of North Texas. (September 1, 2016 – Present).
EADP Director of Undergraduate Studies, University of North Texas. (2015 – Present).
Assistant Professor, University of North Texas. (20112016).

Professional Memberships

Member, Association of American Geographers. (2007 – Present).

Development Activities Attended

Faculty Fellowship,"Faculty Leadership Fellows Program," University of North Texas, Denton, TX, United States of America. (September 1, 2022 – Present).

Teaching

Teaching Experience

University of North Texas
COMM 4829, Topics in Interpersonal/Organizational Studies, 1 course.
COMM 5820, Seminar in Communication Processes, 1 course.
EADP 2020, Images of Disasters in Film and Media, 2 courses.
EADP 2700, Current Issues in Emergency Management, 4 courses.
EADP 3010, Introduction to Emergency Management, 3 courses.
EADP 3035, Hazard Mitigation and Preparedness, 20 courses.
EADP 4040, International Disasters, 3 courses.
EADP 4080, Capstone Course in Emergency Management, 2 courses.
EMDS 5120, Applied Statistics in Disaster Science, 5 courses.
EMDS 5800, Seminar in Emergency Management and Disaster Science, 3 courses.
EMDS 5950, Master's Thesis, 8 courses.
EMDS 6800, Seminar in Emergency Management and Disaster Science, 1 course.
PADM 5510, Administrative Research Methods II, 5 courses.
PADM 5700, Seminar in Public Administration, 7 courses.
PADM 6710, Seminar in Public Administration and Management, 5 courses.
PADM 6900, Special Problems, 1 course.
PADM 6940, Directed Research in Public Administration, 2 courses.
PADM 6950, Doctoral Dissertation, 5 courses.

Directed Student Learning

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (January 2023 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (November 2022 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (April 2022 – Present).

Dissertation Committee Member, Public Administration. (December 2021 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (March 2021 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (May 2020 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (March 2020 – Present).

Master's Thesis Committee Member, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (January 2021July 2022).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (January 2021May 2022).

Master's Thesis Committee Chair, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (September 2019May 2021).

Dissertation Committee Member, Public Administration. (September 2017December 2019).

Dissertation Committee Member, Public Administration. (2015December 2018).

Supervised Research, Emergency Management and Disaster Science. (March 2017May 2018).

Dissertation Committee Member, Public Administration. (2015May 2017).

Dissertation Committee Chair, Public Administration. (2013December 2015).

Dissertation Committee Member, Public Administration. (2012December 2014).

Awards and Honors

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Higher Education Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award., Sponsored by the University of Central Florida, School of Public Administration.. (June 2021June 2021).

Professor of the Year, UNT Public Administration Student Association. (20142014).

Research

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book Chapter
Fuchs, S., Frazier, T., Siebeneck, L. K. (2018). Physical Vulnerability. Vulnerability and Resilience to Natural Hazards. 32-52. Cambridge University Press.
Encyclopedia Article
Siebeneck, L. K. (2010). Hurricanes, risk, and hazards.. Encyclopedia of Geography.
Journal Article
Lee, S., Siebeneck, L. K., B., Yabe, T., Jarvis, C., Ukkusuri, S. (2022). Patterns of social support and trajectories of household recovery after Superstorm Sandy: Contrasting influences of bonding and bridging social capital. Natural Hazards Review. 23(2), . ASCE.
Siebeneck, L. K., Zavar, E., Manandhar, R. (2022). An Overview of Local Floodplain Administrators in FEMA Region 6. Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management.
Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. (2021). The disaster return-entry process: issues, strategies, and future research. Disaster Prevention and Management.
Cova, T. J., Li, D., Siebeneck, L. K., Drews, F. K. (2021). Toward Simulating Dire Wildfire Scenarios. Natural Hazards Review. 22(3), 06021003.
Manandhar, R., Siebeneck, L. K. (2021). Information Management Strategies of Emergency Management Organizations in the Development of Return-Entry Plans and Messages. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 53(102015), . https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S221242092031517X
Olszewski, C., Siebeneck, L. K. (2021). Emergency Management Collaboration: A Review and New Collaboration Cycle. Journal of Emergency Management. 19(1), 57-68.
Li, D., Li, Y., Nguyen, Q., Siebeneck, L. K. (2020). A study on the GIS Professional (GISP) certification program in the U.S.. 9(253), . International Journal of Geo-Information. https://www.mdpi.com/2220-9964/9/9/523/pdf
Lee, S., Benedict, B., Jarvis, C., Siebeneck, L. K., Kuenanz, B., (2020). Processes of long-term recovery and resilience after Hurricane Sandy: Personal networks of support and barriers derived from interviews and timelines. Journal of Applied Communication Research. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00909882.2020.1797142
Yu, D. J., Schoon, M., Hawes, J. K., Lee, S., Park, J., Siebeneck, L. K., Ukkusuri, S. (2020). Toward general principles for resilience engineering. Risk Analysis.
Siebeneck, L. K., Schumann, R. L., Kuenanz, B., Lee, S., Benedict, B., Jarvis, C., Ukkusuri, S. (2020). Returning Home After Superstorm Sandy: Phases in the Return-Entry Process. Natural Hazards. 101(1), 192-215.
Li, D., Cova, T. J., Dennison, P. E., Wan, N., Nguyen, Q. C., Siebeneck, L. K. (2019). Why do we need a national address point database to improve wildfire public safety in the US?. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 39, .
Samuel, C., Siebeneck, L. K. (2019). Roles Revealed: An examination of the emergency managers adopted roles in hazard mitigation planning and strategy implementation. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. 39, .
Siebeneck, L. K., Richardson, B. K. (2019). From Machu Picchu to Masaya Volcano: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Offering Study Abroad Courses on International Disasters and Crisis Communication. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 37(1), 44-56.
Siebeneck, L. K., Schumann, R. L., Britt-Janet, K. (2019). GIS Applications in Emergency Management: Infusing Geographic Literacy in the Classroom. Journal of Emergency Management. 17(2), 119-135.
Kendra, J., Siebeneck, L. K., Andrew, S. (2018). Disaster Movies in the Classroom: Pedagogical Value and Teaching Approaches. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 36(3), .
Manandhar, R., Siebeneck, L. K. (2018). Return-Entry Risk Communication Challenges: Experience of Local Emergency Management Organizations following Superstorm Sandy. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 36(2), 120-148.
Cova, T., Dennison, P., Li, D., Drews, F., Siebeneck, L., Lindell, M. (2017). Warning triggers in environmental hazards: who should be warned to do what and when?. Risk Analysis. 37(4), 601-611.
Nicoll, K., Cova, T. J., Siebeneck, L. K., Eric, M. (2016). Assessing "preparedness elevated": seismic risk perception and household adjustment in Salt Lake City, Utah.. Journal of Geography and Natural Hazards. 6(168), 2167-0587.
Andrew, S., Arlikatti, S., Siebeneck, L. K., Pongponrat, K., Jaikampan, K. (2016). Sources of Organizational Resiliency during the Thailand Floods of 2011: A Test of Bonding and Bridging Hypotheses. Disasters. 40(1), 65-84.
Siebeneck, L. K. (2016). Examining Social, Physical, and Environmental Dimensions of Tornado Vulnerability in Texas. Journal of Emergency Management. 14(2), 139-151.
Siebeneck, L. K., Arlikatti, S., Andrew, S. (2015). Using Provincial Baseline Indicators to Model Geographic Variations of Disaster Resilience in Thailand. Natural Hazards. 79(2), 955-975.
Drews, F. A., Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. (2015). Information Search and Decision Making in Computer-Based Wildfire Simulations. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making. 9(3), 229-240. SAGE Publications. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1555343415586478
Drews, F. A., Musters, A., Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. J. (2014). Environmental factors that influence wildfire protective-action recommendations. International Journal of Emergency Management. 10(2), 153. Inderscience Publishers. http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/ijem.2014.066187
Lin, C., Siebeneck, L. K., Lindell, M., Prater, C., Huang, S., Wu, H. (2014). Evacuees' information sources and reentry decision making in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. Natural Hazards. 70, 86882.
Richardson, B. K., Siebeneck, L. K., Shaunfield, S., Kaszynski, E. (2014). From "No Man's Land" to a "Stronger Community": Communitas as a Theoretical Framework for Successful Disaster Recovery .. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 32(1), 194-210.
Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. J. (2014). Risk Communication After Disaster: Re-entry Following the 2008 Cedar River Flood.. Natural Hazards Review. 15(2), 158-166.
Lin, C., Siebeneck, L. K., Lindell, M. K., Prater, C. S., Wu, H., Huang, S. (2014). Evacuees’ information sources and reentry decision making in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. Natural Hazards. 70(1), 865-882. Springer Nature. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11069-013-0853-1
Siebeneck, L., Lindell, M. K., Prater, C., Wu, H., Huang, S. (2013). Evacuees’ reentry concerns and Experiences in the Aftermath of Hurricane Ike. Natural Product Communications. 65, 2267-2286.
Cova, T., Theobald, D., Norman, J., Siebeneck, L. K. (2013). Mapping wildfire evacuation vulnerability in the western U.S.. GeoJournal. 78(2), 278-285.
Siebeneck, L. K., Lindell, M. K., Prater, C. S., Wu, H., Huang, S. (2013). Evacuees’ reentry concerns and experiences in the aftermath of Hurricane Ike. Natural Hazards. 65(3), 2267-2286. Springer Nature. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11069-012-0474-0
Huang, S., Lindell, M. K., Prater, C., Wu, H., Siebeneck, L. (2012). Household Evacuation Decision Making in Response to Hurricane Ike. Natural Hazards Review. 13(4), 283-296.
Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. (2012). Spatial and Temporal Variation in Evacuee Risk Perception throughout the Evacuation and Return-Entry Process.. Risk Analysis. 32(9), 1468-1480.
Huang, S., Lindell, M. K., Prater, C. S., Wu, H., Siebeneck, L. K. (2012). Household Evacuation Decision Making in Response to Hurricane Ike. Natural Hazards Review. 13(4), 283-296. American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(asce)nh.1527-6996.0000074
Medina, R., Siebeneck, L. K., Hepner, G. (2011). A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analysis of Spatiotemporal Patterns of Terrorist Incidents in Iraq 2004-2009.. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. 34, 962-882.
Cova, T., Drews, F., Siebeneck, L. K., Musters, A. (2009). Protective actions in wildfires:evacuate or shelter-in-place?. Natural Hazards Review. 10(4), 151-162.
Siebeneck, L. K., Medina, R., Hepner, G., Yamada, I. (2009). Spatial and temporal analyses of terrorist incidents in Iraq 2004-2006. . Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. 32(7), 591-610.
Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. (2008). An assessment of the return-entry process for Hurricane Rita 2005.. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. 26(2), 91-111.
Technical Report
Siebeneck, L. K., Gaston, R., Byerly, A., Manandhar, R., Samuel, C. (2014). Texas Tornado Hazard Analysis..
Siebeneck, L. K., Cova, T. J. (2008). Risk perception associated with the evacuation and return-entry process of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa flood..

Presentations Given

Convener and Chair

Siebeneck, L. K. (Leader), Natural Hazards Workshop, GIS and Disasters Roundtable, Broomfield, CO, United States of America. (20152015).

Invited Discussant

Siebeneck, L. K. (Discussant), American Association of Geographer Annual Meeting, Discussant, Denver, CO, United States of America. (2020 – ).

Invited Discussant at Awards Session

Siebeneck, L. K. (Discussant), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Jeanne X. Kasperson Student Presentation Awards Session., American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, United States of America. (20152015).

Invited Talk

Siebeneck, L. K. (Presenter), International Conference on Challenges to Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilient Habitat, Going Home after Disaster: Strategies, Challenges and Future Research Needs, Center for Disaster Management Studies Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, University of Dehli, New Dehli, India, India. (20222022).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Discussant), Virtual Workshop on Resilience of Cities to External Shocks: Analysis, Modeling, and Economic Impacts, Discussant, Asian Bank Development Institute (ADBI) - Purdue University - University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Japan. (20202020).

NSF CRISP Workshop Research Presentation

Ukkusuri, S. (Presenter), Siebeneck, L. K. (Other), Lee, S. (Other), Sundarum, S. (Other), Yabe, T. (Other), NSF CRISP Workshop, Critical Transitions in the Resilience and Recovery of Interdependent Social and Physical Networks, NSF, Washington DC, United States of America. (20182018).

Oral Presentation

Siebeneck, L. K. (Presenter), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Returning after disaster: Issues, strategies, and future research directions., United States of America. (20152015).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Presenter), Simmons, K. (Author), Sutter, D. (Author), Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Texas Twister: Creating plausible worse-case scenarios of tornado casualties, Tampa, FL, United States of America. (20142014).

Panel Presentation

Siebeneck, L. K. (Panelist), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Vulnerability and Resilience to Environmental Hazards, Boston MA, United States of America. (20172017).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Panelist), Emergency Management Higher Education Symposium, Developing and Sustaining Bachelors Level Emergency Management Programs, Emmitsburg, MD, United States of America. (20162016).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Panelist), Bill Anderson Fund Student Council Workshop, Time Management and Multiple Commitments, Bill Anderson Fund, Webinar, United States of America. (20152015).

Andrew, S. (Author), Arlikatti, S. (Author & Presenter), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Cross-Comparison of Disaster Resilience in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Communities in Thailand, Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, United States of America. (20132013).

Andrew, S. (Author), Arlikatti, S. (Author & Presenter), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), 73rd Annual Meeting, Society for Applied Anthropology, The 2011-2012 Floods in Thailand: An Examination of Organizational Response in Rural, Suburban, and Urban Communities, Society for Applied Anthropology, Denver, United States of America. (20132013).

Andrew, S. (Author), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Arlikatti, S. (Coordinator/Organizer), International Research Committee on Disasters (IRCD) and Hazard Researchers Meeting, Resiliency among Rural, Suburban and Urban Communities Following the 2011 Thailand Floods, International Research Committee on Disasters (IRCD), Broomfield, United States of America. (20122012).

Paper

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, After Evacuation: Household Movements and Decisions Post-Disaster, Virtual, United States of America. (20222022).

Schumann, R. L. (Author & Presenter), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Wolfe, R. (Author), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Exploring Pathways and Timelines to Recovery in Post-Sandy New Jersey., Seattle (Virtual), United States of America. (20212021).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Schumann, R. L. (Author), Lee, S. (Author), Benedict, B. (Author), Jarvis, C. (Author), Southwest American Association of Geographers Conference, I felt so lost: Returning home after Hurricane Sandy., Fort Worth, TX, United States of America. (2019).

Lee, S. (Author & Presenter), Benedict, B. (Author), Jarvis, C. (Author), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Kuenanz, B. (Author), Annual conference of the International Communication Association, . Processes of long-term recovery and resilience after Hurricane Sandy: Personal networks of support and barriers derived from interviews and timelines., Organizational Communication Division at the annual conference of the International Communication Association, Washington D.C., United States of America. (2019).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Richardson, B. K. (Author), American Association of Geographers, Studying Hazards Abroad: Perspectives from a Collaborative Interdisciplinary Teaching Approach, Washington D.C., United States of America. (2019).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Ukkusuri, S. (Other), Lee, S. (Other), Kuenanz, B. (Other), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Returning Home After Sandy: Experiences of New Jersey Residents Along the Shore, New Orleans, LA, United States of America. (20182018).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Arlikatti, S. (Author), Andrew, S. (Author), Pongporat, K. (Author), Jaikampan, K. (Author), Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Cross comparison of disaster resilience in rural, suburban, and urban communities in Thailand., Los Angeles, CA, United States of America. (20132013).

Poster

Benedict, B. (Author & Presenter), Lee, S. (Author), Jarvis, C. (Author), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Wolfe, R. (Author), International Communication Association Conference, Utilizing qualitative data for social network analysis in disaster research: Opportunities, challenges, and an illustration., International Communication Association, Paris, France, France. (20222022).

Yabe, T. (Author & Presenter), Ukkusuri, S. (Author), Sundaram, S. (Author), Lee, S. (Author), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Gehlot, H. (Author), Benedict, B. (Author), Jarvis, C. (Author), Yao, T. (Author), 44th Annual Natural Hazards Workshop, “Critical Transitions in the Resilience and Recovery of Interdependent Social and Physical Networks, Broomfield, CO, United States of America. (20192019).

Yabe, T. (Author & Presenter), Ukkusuri, S. (Author), Siebeneck, L. K. (Author), Lee, S. (Author), NSF CRISP Workshop, Critical Transitions in the Resilience and Recovery of Interdependent Social and Physical Networks, NSF, Washington DC, United States of America. (20182018).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Presenter), American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Returning After Disaster: Developing a Theory of Ending Protective Actions, San Francisco, CA, United States of America. (20162016).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Presenter), Natural Hazards Workshop, Accounting for observer bias in tornado risk and vulnerability assessments: The case of Texas tornadoes., Broomfield, CO, United States of America. (20142014).

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Arlikatti, S. (Author), Andrew, S. (Author), Natural Hazards Workshop, The development of disaster resilience indicators and modeling in Thailand., Broomfield, CO, United States of America. (20132013).

Professional Meeting Contribution

Siebeneck, L. K. (Author & Presenter), Zavar, E. (Author & Presenter), Marchuk, C. (Author & Presenter), Drake, R. (Author & Presenter), NFIP Coordination Meeting, Floodplain Management in FEMA Region 6: Patterns in Training Needs, United States of America. (20192019).

Session Organizer

Siebeneck, L. K. (Coordinator/Organizer), American Association of Geographers, Session Title: Disaster Disruptions and Displacement, Virtual, United States of America. (20222022).

Media Contributions

Newspaper
"What Utah can learn from Hurricane Ike," The Daily Utah Chronicle. September 22, 2008.. (September 22, 2008).
Radio
"Hurricane Harvey," CBS Radio Dallas KRLD 1080. (August 25, 2017).
TV
"UNT Study Abroad in Nicaragua Visits Fire Station for Information Exchage," Noticias 12 - Nicaragua. (May 25, 2016).

Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research

Contract
Siebeneck, L. K. (Principal), "Tornado Hazard Analysis Mitigation Grant," Sponsored by Texas Department of Public Safety, State, $60000 Funded. (20132015).
Grant - Research
Siebeneck, L. K., "CRISP Supplement: Characterizing Patterns of Household Displacement and Returning Behavior in Extreme Events: The Hurricane Harvey Experience.," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $21473 Funded. (October 2017 – Present).
Ukkusuri, S. (Principal), Sundaram, S. (Co-Principal), Lee, S. (Co-Principal), Siebeneck, L. (Co-Principal), "Critical Transitions in the Resilience and Recovery of Interdependent Social and Physical Networks. National Science Foundation. CRISP Type 2/Collaborative Research.," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $2474413 Funded. (January 1, 2017 – Present).
Siebeneck, L. K., Ukkusuri, S. (Co-Principal), "RAPID/Collaborative Research: Examining Household Movements and Evacuation Decision-Making in a Compounding Risk Event," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $49142 Funded. (20212022).
Siebeneck, L. K. (Principal), "There's no place like home: The nature of risks associated with shelter emergence and returning after natural disasters.," Sponsored by UNT RIG Award, University of North Texas, $5987 Funded. (20132013).
Andrew, S. (Co-Principal), Siebeneck, L. K. (Co-Principal), Arlikatti, S. (Principal), "Assessing Resiliency among Rural, Suburban, and Urban Communities Following the Thailand Floods of 2011," Sponsored by National Science Foundation, Federal, $73606 Funded. (20122013).
Siebeneck, L. K. (Principal), "Quick Response Research Grant," Sponsored by Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, Other, $3000 Funded. (20082008).

Awards and Honors

UNT Teacher Scholar Award, UNT Division of Research and Innovation. (April 2021 – Present).

Distinguished Researcher Award, UNT College of Health and Public Service. (April 2018 – Present).

Fellow, Enabling the Next Generation of Hazards and Disasters Researchers Fellowship Program, sponsored by the National Science Foundation.. (20142016).

Service

University Service

Director, Graduate Director, EMDS. (September 1, 2022 – Present).

Chairperson, HPS College RPT Committee. (September 1, 2022 – Present).

Chairperson, HPS RPT Full Professor Committee. (September 1, 2022 – Present).

Member, HPS Academic Council Committee. (September 2020 – Present).

Member, HPS Inaugural Cohort of Comprehensive Learner Record (Project Scrappy). (June 2020 – Present).

Member, College RPT Committee. (September 2019 – Present).

Chairperson, EMDS Personal Affairs Committee. (September 1, 2016 – Present).

Program Coordinator, Emergency Administration and Planning. (August 2015September 1, 2021).

Other, Department Junior Faculty Mentor. (September 20152019).

Chairperson, EMDS RPT Committee. (September 2016September 2019).

Committee Chair, EADP 35th Anniversary Coordinator. (January 2019April 2019).

Guest Speaker, Chatting with Chumbler TV Segment. (March 2019March 2019).

Committee Chair, Department Representative to College Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. (2013August 2018).

Committee Member, PACS/HPS First Flight. (20142017).

Member, HPS Dean's Search Committee. (March 2016November 2017).

Member, Department of Rehabilitation and Health Services RPT Committee. (September 2017October 2017).

Faculty Advisor, IAEM-SC. (January 2016August 2017).

Member, HPS Awards Nomination Committee. (May 2017June 2017).

Chairperson, EMDS Faculty Search Committee. (September 2016January 2017).

Other, University Undergraduate Curriculum Committee. (20132016).

Committee Member, Department P-CEC. (20142015).

Committee Chair, UNT Sustainability Council Sustainability Leadership and Outreach Subcommittee. (20132015).

Committee Member, Department P-CEC. (20112015).

Committee Member, Department P-CEC. (20132014).

Guest Speaker, PADM Grad Student Colloquium. (October 24, 2014).

Committee Member, Department CDPC. (20112013).

Other, Department Elections Judge. (20112013).

Professional Service

Member, FEMA Region 6 Advisory Council, Denton, TX. (March 2016 – Present).

Committee Member, City of Denton Disaster Exercise Student POC, Denton, TX. (January 2015 – Present).

Other, AAG Hazards, Risk, and Disasters Specilty Group - Gilbert F. White Award Reviewer. (January 2014 – Present).

Reviewer, Grant Proposal, National Science Foundation. (October 2019October 2019).

Other, AAG Hazards, Risk, and Disasters Specialty Group. (20152017).

Other, AAG Hazads, Risk, and Disasters Specialty Group. (20132015).

Public Service

Other, Wise County Youth Basketball League, Decatur, TX. (November 2018March 2019).

Other, Wise County Basketball League, Decatur, TX. (November 2017March 2018).

Other, Wise County Little Dribblers Basketball Coach, Decatur, TX. (December 1, 2016March 1, 2017).

Consulting

Other, State of Utah / UofU CNTH, United States of America. (20112013).