Calvin Brown, MUP Alumni and DCP Planner, is featured prominently in "City’s East Harlem Plan Tracks Community Blueprint", Citylimits.org, October 19, 2016. For further reading, click here.
Ryan Rzepecki,Hunter MUP 2009 alum is CEO of Social Bicycles (SoBi), an NYC-based company that recently won a contract to manage Portland's bike share system. Click here to read the article, "Portland says bike share coming in 2016, names bicycle supplier"
The Urban Affairs and Planning Department proudly congratulates Brian Lamberta on becoming a 2015-2016 Urban Fellow. The Urban Fellows Program is sponsored by The City of New York and administered by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS). The program is designed to introduce America's finest college students and graduates to local government and public [...]
It's been an active time for our faculty and alumni in the news. Mark Levitan, who teaches courses on poverty and inequality at Hunter UAP, was featured in The New York Times for his work on redefining the poverty index. One of our alumni, Daniel Campo, recently published The Accidental Playground: Brooklyn Waterfront Narratives of the [...]
Thomael M. Joannidis, MSUA '06, recently published an article, Identity in Conflict: An Exploration of Gender across Ethnicity in Cyprus, in The Cyprus Review. As detailed in the abstract, the protracted ethnic conflict in Cyprus has meant that life on the island is typically framed in terms of ethnicity, putting the main communities – Greek [...]
Adolfo Carrion, Jr., MUP '89, has formally announced his candidacy for NYC's upcoming mayoral race. Carrion previously served as the first director of the White House Office of Urban Affairs in the Obama administration, and as Bronx Borough President.
My Urban Affairs Workshop was a very special experience. I was able to broker a project with the Regional Plan Association and the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway Initiative… that project contains the most complete data I have ever produced.
I plan to use my ambition and sense of social justice to become a public interest lawyer striving for the development of immigrant rights for the people in my community.
Wilhelmina founded a grassroots, non-profit organization which uses art to help connect medically under-served populations to no-cost breast screening services.