The Earthquake Engineering Research Institute has selected Anne Hulsey as an 2018-2019 EERI/FEMA NEHRP Graduate Fellow, along with Trevor Carey of the University of California, Davis. The one-year fellowship, underwritten with funds provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is designed to foster the participation of capable individuals in working toward goals and activities of the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program.
Anne Hulsey performs earthquake engineering research in order to support communities as they develop resilience strategies. She is currently a PhD candidate in structural engineering at Stanford University, studying how damage to individual buildings has the potential to influence the broader neighborhood (and vice versa). Anne’s previous graduate work was at The University of Texas, including a master’s degree from the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
Anne has been involved in EERI since 2012 and has served as president and treasurer for the student chapters at UT and Stanford, respectively. She currently sits on the board of directors for the Northern California chapter and will be participating in the Learning From Earthquake Travel Study Program to New Zealand later this year.