Geoff Ostove became a published author on the topic of natural hazards ‘What is Emergency Management? A Student’s Perspective’ in the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) Bulletin, August 2013 issue.
Geoff Ostove is a graduate student at the University of Oregon, pursuing a Ph.D. in media studies from the School of Journalism and Communication, after completing a master’s degree in community and regional planning from the Department of Planning, Public Policy and Management.
Geoff worked on the City of Turner Water Quality project and the City of Turner Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan with the Community Planning Workshop (CPW) and Oregon Partnership for Disaster Resilience (OPDR). He is currently serving as the Oregon Sea Grant’s 2013 Natural Resources Policy Fellow at the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) while continuing to assist with CPW and OPDR research and project work.
Congratulations Geoff; the Community Service Center (CSC) couldn’t be prouder!