Amy Glasmeier on KQED News: How Much Does It Really Cost to Live in California?

DUSP Professor Amy Glasmeier is featured in a story on about her Living Wage Calculator and Living Wage Map:

A single person in California needs to earn, on average, about $12.30/hour working full time to cover basic living expenses.  Add a kid to the mix, and that rate rises sharply to more than $25/hour. 

Game for climate adaptation

A new method to help communities manage climate risks

Perhaps you have heard the adage “think globally, act locally.” A DUSP project taking that idea to heart has demonstrated a new method for getting local citizens and leaders to agree on the best ways of managing the immediate and long-term effects of climate change.  

MIT joins in Supreme Court amicus brief re. campus diversity

MIT and 12 peer institutions filed an amicus brief Monday with the U.S. Supreme Court in Fisher v. University of Texas. The court will hear arguments in the case on Dec. 9.

Now Accepting Applications for the STL/MISTI Exchange Initiative

A key focus of the Samuel Tak Lee MIT Real Estate Entrepreneurship Lab is to collaborate with government agencies, universities and colleges, and real estate professional groups to generate online courses useful for the young people worldwide, especially those in the People's Republic of China.  We're now accepting applications for the STL / MISTI 2016 Summer Exchange Camp!

Zegras Named to SMART Lead Investigator Post

P. Christopher Zegras SM ’01, MCP ’01, PhD ’05 has been named the lead principal investigator for the Future of Urban Mobility Interdisciplinary Research Group at the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART).

Sarah Williams on the BBC: "crunching the data to make it useful"

An segment on the BBC's "Click" talks with DUSP Professor Sarah Williams about her work with Matatu bus drivers in Nairobi and Google maps. The initiative is creating more reliable and robust digital maps to help with travel in the city.

See to listen.