Under Threat: Community resilience to extreme events
Part of the Environmental series
Each year, the Art Collection's exhibitions, events and workshops are directly inspired by the research of the University. This year the
There are gaps in understanding about what community resilience actually is and what it means to those working in
This project was funded by the National Centre for Resilience to Sandra Engstrom, Fiona Millar and Tony Robertson and
As part of the project, we asked for workshop participants and the wider public to submit photographs we could display
The research team are part of the Extreme Events research programme at the University of Stirling. The
- Sandra Engstrom is a Lecturer in Social Work with research interests in eco/green social work, including social work
and natural disaster recovery/preparedness, social work and climate change/sustainability and eco therapy.
- Fiona Millar is a Research Development Officer with research interests in the sociology of work and management of
- Tony Robertson is a Lecturer in Social Epidemiology and Public Health with research interests in socioeconomic
inequalities and the impact on physiology and health, and grassroots approaches to tackling health inequalities.