On Monday, September 24, the Hamer Center for Community Design, with the Penn State Institutes for Energy and the Environment, facilitated a panel about flooding and flood resilience in Pennsylvania at the Stuckeman Family Building Jury Space. The public event brought together academics, industry professionals, policy-makers, and community members to discuss what local municipalities are doing to mitigate flood risk around the state.
Included on the panel were:
- Nancy Tuana, DuPont/Class of 1949 Professor of Philosophy and Women’s Studies, Department of Philosophy, Penn State;
- Marvin Rudnitsky, Selingsrove Borough Council president
- Malcolm Derk, Director of Grants and Foundation Relations;
- H. W. Wieder, Chair, SRHCES (susquehanna Heartland Coalition for Environmental Studies; and,
- Klaus Keller, Director, Center for Climate and Risk Management.
Lara Fowler, IEE Assistant Director of Outreach and Engagement and Senior Lecturer, Penn State Law;
Lisa D. Iulo, Associate Professor of Architecture and Director, Hamer Center for Community Design.