Winning proposal readies urban space for future while preserving the past
Graduate student team wins 2019 Urban Land Institute Hines Student Competition
annual event promotes connections for alumni/ae
DUSPx DC celebrates DUSP community and impact
Graduate student Dasjon Jordan brings neighborhood roots to urban planning
Locally grown
new initiative promotes an open platform to create data for civic change
Mapping Urban Transport
new book builds on two decades of public housing redevelopment and policy research
After the Projects
DUSP student will pursue an advanced degree in educational policy at Cambridge University
Yazmin Guzman named 2019 Gates Cambridge Scholar
The Dream Revisited, a new book by Justin Steil and Ingrid Gould Ellen offers insights on urban inequality
Examining Policy Responses to Residential Segregation in the United States
MIT researchers design a negotiation strategy to help cities and organizations minimize losses from ransom cyberattacks
Protecting Critical Urban Infrastructure with Cyber Negotiation
new report uses human rights impact assessment to detail housing insecurity, displacement, and evictions
Boston’s Chinatown: Forced from Home