Program Committee

Guido Cervone (Penn State University)

Tony Song (JPL)

Members : President, President Elect, Secretary; Robert Weiss (Virginia Tech)

Gilbert White Lecture Award


President Elect

Two past Award Recipients

Requirements – AGU member and Member of the NH Focus Group

Fellow committee

Chair – President Elect (Chairman)

Member(s) – Past President, President

Responsibility of the Committee is to identify potential candidates from NH Focus Group and encourage them to submit nominations. President Elect will represent the committee as member of the Joint Fellow Committee.

Graduate Award Committee

Alik Ismail-Zade (Chair)

Antarpreet Jutla

Robert Dahlgren

Phu Nguyen (by invitation, OSPA Liaison)

OSPA Liaison

Phu Nguyen, Ph.D. Assistant Adjunct Professor Center for Hydrometeorology & Remote Sensing ( Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering, UC Irvine Engineering faculty profile: Phone: 949-824-3865 (office) | 714-813-5999 (cell) Fax: 949-824-8831 | Email: Skype: nguyendinhphu

Graduate Research Award (

Executive Committee

Dr Valerio Tramutoli (Italy)

Dr Y Tony Song (Program Committee)(by invitation)

Dr. Guido Cervone (Program Committee)(by invitation)

Peter Bobrowsky (Canada, landslides)

Bruno Merz (Germany, floods)

David Green (NASA)

Roger Pulwarty (NOAA)

Kenneth W. Hudnut, (USGS)

Alik Ismail-Zade (IUGG)

NH representatives for (by invitation)

EOS – Susan Hough

Future Health – Amir AghaKouchak

GeoHealth –Antarpreet Jutla

Past president – Upmanu Lall

President – Ramesh Singh

President Elect – Seth Stein

Secretary – Daniel B. Wright

NH News Letter


President Elect


Nomination Committee for NH Leader (2019-2020)

President – Ramesh Singh

President Elect – Seth Stein

Past President – Upmanu Lall

Alik Ismail-Zade

Secretary – Daniel B. Wright

NH Centennial Committee

President – Ramesh Singh

President Elect – Seth Stein

Past President – Upmanu Lall

Kenneth W. Hudnut, (USGS)

Alik Ismail-Zade (IUGG)

Natural Hazards News

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