The CURA Reporter is published two to 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 2016 (Volume 46, No. 1)
In This Issue:
- The Social Determinants of Native Youth Gang Involvement
- Creativity Testing, Achievement, and Higher-Order Thinking in Schoolchildren
- Poverty Explains Some of the Achievement Gap, but Not All
- Disrupting Poverty with Mentoring Young Adults
- Raising the Standard of Living for Workers While Raising the Standard of Care for Clients
- Neighborhoods Now!: Plotting a Course for Change
- Developing the New Barn-Raising Concept—An Englishman’s Visit to Minnesota
- Artist Neighborhood Partnership Initiative & Neighborhood Partnership Initiative 2015 Grantees
- Staff and Program Updates
- Hennepin-University Partnership Receives W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Engagement Scholarship Award
- Linking Past to Present through the Andrew Peterson Farmstead (link brings you the RCP website)
- Announcing RCP’s 2016–2017 Partnership with Brooklyn Park (link brings you the RCP website)
- The Minnesota Prison Doula Project: Supporting Incarcerated Pregnant and Parenting Women
Director: Edward G. Goetz
Managing Editor: Jonathan Miller
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. Hardcopy subscriptions or e-mail subscriptions are free upon request.