Dr. Bryce Hannibal of ISTPP has been appointed to a three-year term as a Fellow of the Institute for Sustainable Communities (IfSC) at Texas A&M University. IfSC brings together scholars from across A&M to collaborate on interdisciplinary research, engagement, and high impact service learning. IfSC’s Fellows program recognizes scholars who have made notable and valuable contributions to scientific research, community resilience and engagement efforts, as well as teaching excellence. Dr. Hannibal is currently working with people associated with IfSC on several research projects that focus on different aspects of community resilience. One such project, funded by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Critical Resilient Independent Infrastructure Systems and Processes program, is collecting original data to analyze how human-infrastructure systems affect resilience to urban flooding. As Co-Principal Investigator on another NSF project, Dr. Hannibal is collecting original data from city governments to analyze strategies and planning networks oriented toward building resilience to urban flooding.