Connecticut Flood Symposium
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
UConn School of Law, Starr Hall
45 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT 06105
8 am – 4:30 pm
Registration is closed.
**Registration by March 8, 2018 is required to attend this event.**
Breakfast and Lunch Provided
Please join us for a day of discussion on flood resilience and climate science featuring:
Nick Shufro, Assistant Administrator for the Risk Management Directorate within the
Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, FEMA
David Vallee, Hydrologist-in-Charge, NOAA’s National Weather Service
James O’Donnell, Executive Director, CIRCA and UConn Professor of Marine Sciences
Rebecca J. Pfeiffer, VT DEC Watershed Management Division
River Corridor & Floodplain Protection Program
The afternoon will feature breakout topics and in-depth conversation with a broad cross-section of representatives from local government, academia, CT DEEP, non-profit environmental agencies, and representatives of the insurance, real estate, engineering and the construction industries, among others. Spotlight topics seek to discuss future flood risk implications for our state and ways in which to move forward with prudent private and public investments, protected natural and beneficial functions, and improved resiliency.
Uconn School of Law, Starr Hall, 45 Elizabeth Street, Hartford, CT. For GPS purposes, use 110 Sherman Street as your destination address.
Complimentary parking is available by self registering in advance.
To reserve parking, please click HERE and enter your vehicle license plate number.
Please note: Park on A Lot. Parking for this event is valid only 3/14/18 7 am to 5 pm.
If you do not pre-register you will be able to access a self pay by phone system on site. Vehicles displaying Area 2 UConn Parking Services hang tags or stickers can park with no registration.
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