The Hassenfeld Grants provide several students with the opportunity to explore answers to questions arising out of their internship or other coursework in Urban Studies, by supporting independent research in the…
Come through for your fellow Urbies, and enjoy the breadth of interesting Urban Studies subjects! Students will give a brief overview of their work, and describe the twists and challenges of their research process.…
This competitive fellowship with a service component is geared to doctoral students in the final year of their dissertation work. In addition to completing their dissertation, the fellow will be responsible for…
Carlo Rotella, author and professor of American Studies at Boston College, analyzes the urban class divide through observation of his childhood neighborhood in Chicago.
Treats, tea, and an interdisciplinary discussion in the Urban Studies office, 414 McNeil Building
Please stay tuned for an updated date and time for this grad talk - thanks!
Presenter: Tyler Baldor, PhD Candidate, Sociology
Discussant: Jason Orne, Assistant Professor of…
Robin Donohoe, a Campus Organizer with the Student PIRGs, will be on Campus Monday 2/24 to Thursday 2/27 holding informational sessions and interviews for graduating seniors. There will be an informational…
Measuring the Global Relationship between Clientelism and Informal Urbanization
Presenter: Chandan Deuskar, Doctoral Candidate, City and Regional Planning
Discussant: Mariaflavia Harari, Assistant Professor, Real Estate Department
The award-winning reporter who helped break the Jeffrey Epstein case will be speaking to our Urban Journalism class Wednesday, and the lecture is open to anyone interested.
Davy Knittle, Ph.D. Candidate Department of English
Akira Drake Rodriguez, Lecturer Department of City and Regional Planning