Category Archive: Stories from Sandy

Student Projects: Laura Guzman and Amanda Smart


“The map demonstrates the areas that face the highest level of combined risk. To construct this representation, we used data on socioeconomic vulnerability (such as income and employment status), housing vulnerability (such as number of tenants), and susceptibility to flooding as measured by flood insurance rate maps.”

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Postcards, Post-Sandy is an ongoing digital memory site of curated photographs, stories, videos and interviews recording the effects of Superstorm Sandy, hosted by The New School for Public Engagement. We invite your stories, images and comments into our community. Submit your story or photograph here or email them to   The project is also a five-week, 1-credit, online/on-site course …

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Postcards Post-Sandy: A Public Memory Social Engagement Project


Postcards Post-Sandy: A Public Memory Social Engagement Project  NCOM 3010 (CRN 8575) w/ Kathleen Sweeney 5 weeks (1 Credit) November 12th – December 10th  Mondays, 12:10 -2:50 p.m. (NOTE: it is mandatory for students to attend the first class, even if not officially registered.) Room: you will receive the class location once you are on the list.* On-campus & …

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Stories from Sandy: Amanda Crabbe

Greetings Milano, In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, we will be running a series on your personal experiences from the storm. These can be stories of how the storm effected you and how you are coping, or stories of ways you helped out in your community. Have a suggestion for how others can help out? …

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