The CURA Reporter is published three times annually to provide information about CURA's programs, projects, and publications. Each issue contains feature-length articles on recently completed faculty and graduate student projects at CURA, as well as updates on our latest publications, projects in progress, and new programs and initiatives. The Reporter has been in continuous publication since 1970. Sign up to receive a free subscription or an e-mail notification when new issues are published.
Current Issue: Spring 2014 (Volume 44, No. 1)
In This Issue:
The Nutritional Quality of Foods Donated by Individuals to the Emergency Foodshelf Network, by Megan Harrison, Lisa Harnack, and M. Susie Nanney
Job Loss in Paper Mills in Minnesota and Maine, by Rosemarie Park, Ken Root, Catherine Twohig, and Chris Greenleaf
Agricultural Changes and the Depopulation of Nonmetropolitan Minnesota, by John Fraser Hart and Mark B. Lindberg
CURA:Tech—A Civic-Technology Incubator, by Kristen Murray and Adja Gildersleve
Director: Edward G. Goetz
Associate Director: William J. Craig
Managing Editor: Michael D. Greco
The Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) is an applied
research and technical assistance center that connects the resources of
the University of Minnesota with the interests and needs of urban
communities and the region for the benefit of all.
The CURA Reporter is published three times annually to
provide information about CURA's programs, projects, and publications.
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