How to Login to your EERI Accounts: A Step-by-Step Tutorial

This tutorial covers the following:

  • EERI Member Login
  • Earthquake Spectra Login
  • Frequently Asked Questions

 

EERI Member Login

As a member, you have access to the online membership directory, monthly newsletter, photo galleries, and more!  Follow the steps below to gain access to these important resources.

Step 1: Select “Login Here” on the EERI home page or select “Members Only Resources” from the MembershipCenter drop down menu.

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Step 2: This will take you to the EERI member login page.  Here enter in your email address and password.  If you have never changed your password, it will be your EERI member ID number.

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…Forgot Your Password? Can’t find member ID?

Select “Send my password.”  A new password will be sent to your email, and you may use this to log in to your account

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Earthquake Spectra Login

Earthquake Spectra login is separate from your EERI Login.  Follow the steps below to login and view current and past Spectra issues!

Step 1: On the Products and Publications drop down menu, select Earthquake Spectra Online -or- go to earthquakespectra.org

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Step 2: If you have already registered,* in the top right corner of the Earthquake Spectra homepage, select Log In

*You must register for Spectra separately from the EERI Member Login.  If you have not registered, see Step 4.

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Step 3: Enter your email and password.  This is separate from your EERI member account.  If you don’t remember your password, select Forgotten your password? and a new password will be sent to your registered email address.

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Step 4: If you have not registered, select “Register” in the top right hand corner.

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Fill out the New User Registration information to login to Spectra.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I no longer have access to my email/I can’t remember what email I used

If this is the case, please call our office at (510) 451-0905 or email us and someone will assist you.  We can look up your membership information and update your membership with your current email.

 

How do I know if I am registered with Earthquake Spectra?

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All EERI members have access to Spectra, however you must register separately.  The easiest way to check if you are registered is to select forgotten password and enter your email address.  If you are registered, an email with a new password will be sent to you.  If you are not registered, it will say “No user account found with the email address.”  You should then proceed to register on the Spectra Login site (see Step 4 above).

Member Resources Benefits and Tutorial


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New Post-Graduate Interns – Brijhette, Charles, and Hayley – join EERI team

EERI Internship

EERI selected three post-graduate interns from a strong pool of applicants for its successful internship program. The Institute would like to introduce Brijhette Farmer, Charles Mendoza, and Hayley Dickson:

Brijhette Farmer comes to EERI from SUNY at Buffalo, where she is pursuing degrees in architecture and structural and earthquake engineering. Alongside her work at EERI, Brijhette is working on her Master’s architectural thesis, entitled, “Life, Limb, and the Pursuit of Architecture,” which investigates poverty, aesthetics, and the design of transitional disaster housing by utilizing methodologies native to industrial engineering and product design. She is actively planning to pursue a PhD in structural and earthquake engineering.

Charles Mendoza is a recent Bachelor of Science graduate of UC Berkeley’s Civil Engineering program where he has raised earthquake engineering dialogue within the UC Berkeley undergraduate community. In the fall, Charles will return to UC Berkeley to pursue his Master of Science degree in structural engineering, with an emphasis in earthquake engineering and nonlinear dynamic response of structures.

Hayley Dickson graduated from Santa Clara University with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering this past June. At Santa Clara, Hayley performed research in the development of engineered bamboo structural components and received a fellowship to intern abroad in Nicaragua with the Community Agroecology Network. This fall, Hayley returns to Santa Clara to complete her Master of Science degree in civil engineering with a structural emphasis.

The interns will work on projects of the Institute including the Concrete Coalition and World Housing Encyclopedia. Working on these projects offers the interns professional experience, exposure to the multidisciplinary aspects of earthquake engineering, and the opportunity to network with others in the profession. Their work benefits EERI’s mission to gather and disseminate information about earthquake risk reduction and to advocate for realistic measures to reduce the harmful effects of earthquakes.

June Newsletter Available

You may download the EERI newsletter, June 2013 issue (PDF), or view it in your browser: