In this issue: Expanding Small Dollar Lending for Immigrants Fighting Corruption in the Developing Democracy of Malawi Urban Development at UNC-Chapel Hill and Beyond Weathering the Storm Carmen Gutierrez Named CURS Scholar-in-Residence Brian J. Morton Announces Retirement from CURS … Continued
In this issue: New Study Finds Innovations in Ride-Hailing to Access Health Care; After Florence: Housing in Floodplains in North Carolina’s Distressed Census Tracts; Fast-Growing Companies Prefer Vibrant Parts of Cities—and Suburbs; Conversations at Hickerson House: Bobby Allen and … Continued
In this issue: Striking a Balance: A National Assessment of Economic Development Incentives; Cultivating Hope: Global Change and Local Food Production in Dominica; Tift Merritt and the Lyrical Language of History and Place; Conversations at Hickerson House: Xiaodong Chen and … Continued
In this issue: Chokepoints: The Challenges and Opportunities of Blockages; Access to Opportunity in Two Neighborhoods in San Francisco and New Orleans; Are There Health Risks or Health Benefits for Teens Growing Up in HUD-Assisted Housing?; Announcing: Conversations at Hickerson … Continued
In this issue: Urban Planning Helps Control Air Quality for Chinese Cities; The Kids Are Not Alright; Lessons from the American Underground: A planner-led startup incubator in Durham, NC; Capturing Community History; Building a Strong Foundation: Integrating Financial Capability & … Continued
Community Histories Workshop Joins CURS; Post-Disaster Recovery Plans after China’s Wenchuan Earthquake; Bike&Place – A New Modeling Tool to Help Planners Help Cyclists; Tackling the Housing Affordability Crisis; Chinese Cities and the Use of Urban Planning to Help Control Air … Continued
How can tree ring records tell us a 500-year-old history of drought on the U.S. West Coast? Shouldn’t new school siting be connected to transportation and land use planning? Read about research on these subjects and more here!