DUSP Alum Wins National Young Talent Award in Spain

The Government of Catalonia and the Catalan Foundation for Research and Innovation (FCRI) have awarded the National Young Talent Award for Research to Isabelle Anguelovski (PhD 2011), Senior Researcher and Principal Investigator at the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology (ICTA) within the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB). Isabelle Anguelovski specializes in issues of poverty and environmental inequities.

CAU Profiled by ASLA's "The Dirt" Blog

Recently, "The Dirt," the blog of the Amercian Society of Landscape Architects, profiled MIT's new Center for Advanced Urbanism

DUSPers on Boston Mayoral Transition Team

As he prepares to become the first new Mayor in Boston in nearly 20 years, Marty Walsh is assembling his "2014 Transition Committee," which includes quite a few planners with MIT/DUSP connections, including:

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Displacement Research and Action Network Website Launched

The Displacement Research and Action Network, based at MIT, is a global network on displacement and land rights that brings together activists, academics and policy makers to build new theory and evidence of the increase and intensity of mass internal displacement around the world due to development, conflict or climate disaster.

Mel King Surprise Guest at Hip-Hop Show

At a sold-out Lloyd Banks show at Cambridge's Middle East Club, DUSP Professor Emeritus Mel King emerged as a surprise guest to deliver a message of to the youth of today's cities, urging them to help develop the transformative "technology of the heart."   The talk was captured here.

AAG Distinguished Scholarship Honor Awarded to Amy Glasmeier

The Association of American Geographers (AAG) has awarded the 2014 Distinguished Scholarship Honor to DUSP Professor Amy Glasmeier, "for her insightful and data-rich insights into the geographies of economic development and planning, for her research on patterns and trends in rural poverty in America, and for her outstanding efforts to understand and inform public policy..."  For more information, see the AAG News page and the

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