An influx of young adults into a city can be an important indicator of the vibrancy and health of that community. Which North Carolina cities are attracting young adults? Find out in CURS’ October 2014 Newsletter. Also, what’s the real cost of school transportation? Learn more here!
How do North Carolina’s urban and rural distressed areas compare? Find out in our May 2014 newsletter. Also learn about the impacts of wetland restoration on land values and meet our newest Scholar-in-Residence! Read it here!
Is mortgage risk related to energy efficiency? Find out in our February 2014 newsletter. Also learn about the increase in housing cost burden for NC cities in recent years, and read about the Charlotte Housing Authority’s Moving Forward program. Read it here!
Can compact growth decrease auto emissions? Can a desert be used as productive farmland? Find out the answers to these questions as more in our January 2014 newsletter! Read it here!
A CURS researcher is studying tree rings to learn about climate change, and teams of CURS researchers are working with the Charlotte Housing Authority to evaluate innovative programs. All of this and more, in our October 2013 newsletter! Read it here!
Our latest newsletter is out, and filled with useful information! Read it here!
Highlights include an online portal of North Carolina cities data developed by The Center for Urban & Regional Studies, and our upcoming brown bag seminar about illustrating research with photography and art.