Santina Contreras
Santina Contreras
Assistant Professor of Urban Planning and Spatial Analysis, University of Southern California
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Communicating flood risk: Looking back and forward at traditional and social media outlets
D Feldman, S Contreras, B Karlin, V Basolo, R Matthew, B Sanders, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 15, 43-51, 2016
Integrating resident digital sketch maps with expert knowledge to assess spatial knowledge of flood risk: A case study of participatory mapping in Newport Beach, California
W Cheung, D Houston, JE Schubert, V Basolo, D Feldman, R Matthew, ...
Applied Geography 74, 56-64, 2016
Collaborative modeling with fine‐resolution data enhances flood awareness, minimizes differences in flood perception, and produces actionable flood maps
BF Sanders, JE Schubert, KA Goodrich, D Houston, DL Feldman, ...
Earth's Future 8 (1), e2019EF001391, 2020
The influence of hazard maps and trust of flood controls on coastal flood spatial awareness and risk perception
D Houston, W Cheung, V Basolo, D Feldman, R Matthew, BF Sanders, ...
Environment and Behavior 51 (4), 347-375, 2019
Addressing pluvial flash flooding through community-based collaborative research in Tijuana, Mexico
KA Goodrich, V Basolo, DL Feldman, RA Matthew, JE Schubert, A Luke, ...
Water 12 (5), 1257, 2020
Using Arnstein’s ladder as an evaluative framework for the assessment of participatory work in Postdisaster Haiti
S Contreras
Journal of the American Planning Association 85 (3), 219-235, 2019
Bringing in" The Social": Resisting and Assisting Social Engagement in Engineering Education
S Niles, S Contreras, S Roudbari, J Kaminsky, J Harrison
2018 World Engineering Education Forum-Global Engineering Deans Council …, 2018
Resisting and assisting engagement with public welfare in engineering education
S Niles, S Contreras, S Roudbari, J Kaminsky, JL Harrison
Journal of Engineering Education 109 (3), 491-507, 2020
Organizations and Participatory Development: Post-Disaster Recovery in Haiti
SL Contreras
UC Irvine, 2016
Bridging the praxis of hazards and development with resilience: A case study of an engineering education program
S Contreras, S Niles, S Roudbari, J Harrison, J Kaminsky
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 42, 101347, 2020
Social Vulnerability and the Role of Puerto Rico’s Healthcare Workers after Hurricane Maria
S Niles, S Contreras
Natural Hazards Center Quick Response Grant Report, 2018
Who’s learning from whom? Grassroots International NGOs learning from communities in development projects
S Contreras, S Roudbari
Development in Practice, 1-14, 2021
Integrating Social Justice and Political Engagement into Engineering
S Niles, S Roudbari, S Contreras
International Journal of Engineering, Social Justice, and Peace 7 (1), 57-69, 2020
Capitalism, Colonialism, Crisis, and Care: The Response of Health Care Workers after Hurricane Maria
S Niles, S Contreras
International i-Rec: Information and Research for Reconstruction Conference, 2019
Politicizing Engineering Pasts, Envisioning Engineering Futures
S Niles, S Roudbari, J Harrison, J Kaminsky, Contreras, Santina
Annual Engineering, Social Justice and Peace Conference, 2019
Regenerative Cultures and Resilient Communities (RCx2) Hub
S Contreras, J Campbell, X Tang, T Duke
Ohio State University. Office of Outreach and Engagement, 2019
Communicating Flood Risk with Street-Level Data
BF Sanders, R Matthew, D Houston, WH Cheung, B Karlin, J Schubert, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, NH11C-04, 2015
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