A team of Arizona State University comprising 14 students and three faculty from School of Sustainability successfully completed a study visit to Nepal (May 15–June 04, 2016) under the banner of Risk and Resiliency in Earthquake affected urban and rural Nepal. The team involved six Nepali students and a faculty. Resources Himalaya Foundation (RHF) supported the program in arranging logistics and seminar-lectures. As a part of the learning, the seminars were organized at RHF, from May 30 to June 1. Dr DR Bhuju delivered a seminar on Disaster and Development, highlighting the goals of global development agenda 2030 (SDGs). Also, seen is Dr Rejina Maskey who delivered seminar on pollution after earthquake in Kathmandu.