CURA's Neighborhood Organizing and Leadership program is looking for Black, Indigenous and People of Color to participate in a free training to support and assist them on their journey toward leadership.
CURA is pleased to announce the recipients of this year′s Faculty Interactive Research Program grants:
Using Multisystem Data to Understand the Intersections of Housing Insecurity and Disability among Minnesota Children and Youth
Researcher: Amanda L. Sullivan (Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Development)
Sensing Geospatial Communities in Mobility Networks: How Human Movements Drive Dynamic Community Structures within the Twin Cities Metro Area
Researcher: Di Zhu (Geography, Environment and Society, College of Liberal Arts)
CURA Director Edward Goetz will be a panelist on Rent Stabilization: Policy Choices and Impacts.
The Hennepin-University Partnership (HUP) graduate assistants will work with the Program Director on a variety of tasks related to the mission of HUP. HUP represents an innovative model of collaboration between local government and academia.