• NYU Super Storm Research Lab
A mutual aid research collective working to understand the changes in how New York City policy actors, NGO leaders, activists, volunteers, and residents are thinking about social, economic and environmental issues following Hurricane Sandy. We produce traditional academic articles, but we are also pushing the boundaries of what it means to do scholarly work founded on the desire to create change.
• Langone Medical Center—The Story of Hurricane Sandy
This video documents some of the media coverage of NYU Langone Medical Center during the storm, including the hundreds of faculty, staff, and students—in partnership with the FDNY, NYPD, Office of Emergency Management, and volunteers—who expertly evacuated 322 patients. Also highlighted are the hospital's recovery and reopening just two months later.
• NYU Institute for Public Knowledge
The Institute selects and develops topics for consideration and discussion in an effort to bring together academics, social researchers, and organizational leaders around issues of public concern.
• NYC Mayor's Community Affairs Unit
Information on special NYC initiatives for Hurricane Sandy rebuilding and resiliency.
• New York Cares: One Year Later Initiative
New York Cares is organizing projects in communities still fighting to get back on their feet.
• Occupy Sandy Recovery Calendar
A listing of events ranging from family programming to academic discussions to fundraisers within the greater New York/New Jersey region.
• Occupy Sandy Projects Directory
Projects listed are represented through the Occupy Sandy Project Spokescouncil, a decision making body that’s responsible for allocating resources within the Occupy Sandy community.
• FEMA's Assessment of Sandy: One Year Later
Ongoing Hurricane Sandy disaster assitance provided by FEMA.