Naomi Lazarus                               

Visiting Assistant ProfessorLazarus
Room: OJ-119
Phone: 7-6713

B.A. Geography - Binghamton University, New York (2007)
M.A. Geography - Binghamton University, New York (2009)
PhD Geography - University of Connecticut (2014)


Teaching specialties:
Natural Hazards
Water Resources
Environmental Planning
Introduction to Geography


Research interests:
Social dimension of hazards and disasters
Vulnerability and risk assessments
Spatial statistics
GIS analysis


Recent publications:
Margai, F. M. and N. W. Lazarus. (2014). Introduction to geography: Laboratory exercises and readings. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Lazarus, N. W. (2014). Re-specifying disaster risk: Concepts, methods, and models. Geojournal. DOI :10.1007/s10708-014-9521-6.

Lazarus, N. W. (2011). Coping capacities and rural livelihoods: Challenges to community risk management in southern Sri Lanka. Applied Geography 31 (1): 20 – 34. DOI: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2010.03.012.

Last Updated: 5/28/15