Tagged: Haiti

When Disaster Strikes: Reporting and Responding

When Disaster Strikes: Reporting and Responding is an international conference that will explore the collaboration and tension between journalists and public health workers at times of crisis. The event, featuring a keynote speech by NBC’s Kerry Sanders, will mark the first annual collaboration of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting and Boston University’s Center for […]

“Reaching Out” Part Two: Help for Haiti

Part two in BU Today’s “Reaching Out” series takes a look at the Haitian Earthquake Long-term Pediatric Support (HELPS) team, an effort by the School of Medicine (MED) and Boston Medical Center that brings social and legal services to Haitians who fled following last year’s devastating earthquake.  According to the story, the program includes a 24-hour […]

Haiti One Year Later

Enrique Silva, Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator in City Planning and Urban Affairs at MET, has visited Haiti four times since the earthquake that took place on January 12, 2010.  Here are his thoughts:

6 Months Since the Haiti Earthquake

Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator in the City Planning and Urban Affairs Program at Metropolitan College Enrique Silva offers insight into the rebuilding of Port-au-Princeto the Huffington Post: “When we talk about rebuilding or restructuring Haiti,  we are talking about much more than the massive collapse of buildings and infrastructure.  We are also talking about […]

School of Theology Concert for Haiti

Come to Marsh Chapel (735 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston) on Tuesday, April 6th at 7pm, to experience a diverse array of sacred music offered by the Boston University School of Theology Seminary Singers. The choir has recently returned from their spring 2010 tour and is presenting this homecoming concert as a benefit for Haiti earthquake relief efforts. The […]