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Early-Career Research Fellow - Marccus Hendricks

Implementing Organization

University of Maryland

Overview

DWH Project Funding

$76,000

Known Leveraged Funding

$0

Funding Organization

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – Gulf Research Program (NASEM - GRP)

Funding Program

NASEM Gulf Research Program – Fellowships

Details

Project Category

Science

Project Actions

Education and Outreach

Targeted Resources

Human and/or Institutional Capacity

Project Description

Dr. Hendricks is an assistant professor in the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and a Faculty Research Affiliate with the Clark School of Engineering’s Center for Disaster Resilience at the University of Maryland. He holds a Ph.D. in urban and regional science and a Master of Public Health, both from Texas A&M University. Dr. Hendricks‘ primary research interests include stormwater infrastructure resilience, social vulnerability to disaster, environmental justice, sustainable development, and participatory action. He utilizes a combined Social Vulnerability to Disaster and Environmental Justice framework to explore the provision of green space, adequate sewer, community facilities, public works, and stormwater services by municipalities to marginalized neighborhoods, which can modify environmental outcomes and experiences related to infrastructure. Dr. Hendricks is a Founding Fellow of the William Averette Anderson Fund, the first national interdisciplinary organization working to increase the number of underrepresented persons of color in the field of disaster research, practice, and pedagogy.

Contact

Maggie Walser
None
mwalser@nas.edu
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Project Partners

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