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Stephanie Lerner's honors thesis was published in the most recent issue of The Foundation Review, a peer-reviewed Journal of Philanthropy. The article, titled "Next-Generation Philanthropy: Examining a Next-Generation Jewish Philanthropic Network," is based on her senior seminar research tha
Debra Kurshan, Brooklyn, NY. Debra Kurshan (URBS alum 2000) most recently served as a consultant with the Recovery School District in New Orleans, Louisiana. She worked directly with the Superintendent to develop the strategic vision for the district.
Debra Kurshan, Brooklyn, NY. Debra Kurshan (URBS Alum 2000) most recently served as a consultant with the Recovery School District in New Orleans, Louisiana. She worked directly with the Superintendent to develop the strategic vision for the district.
Announcing the publication of a new paper on IJCCR: www.ijccr.net International Journal of
Community Currency Research
An article written by Hayling Price, URBS '09, was recently published in the Harvard Journal of African American: A Seat at the Table:
Felicity Wood (URBS '92) compares the City of Bell, CA to Enron in her article "Bellron", published in the Local Government Auditor Quarterly.
Brian Cohen (URBS 07, GSE -09) is a math teacher at the High School of the Future in West Philadelphia.
Daniel Schwartz, class of 2010, was recently published in Dissent Magazine.
Amy Walters, class of '96, consults full-time on World Bank projects providing financing, implementation support, and advisory services for education and early childhood development to governments in the Latin America and Caribbean region.