Supported by the Michigan-Mellon Project on the Egalitarian Metropolis, “Mapping the Egalitarian Metropolis: Spaces of Hope” featured work by six interdisciplinary research teams led by
This semester my graduate students at University of Michigan co-created a website to investigate how disruptions such as technological breakthroughs, climate change, financing mechanisms and
Re: Housing: Detroit, a symposium held in Detroit and Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan, convened innovators and researchers across the academy, real estate,
The Community Advisory Council (CAC) of the Federal Reserve Board offers diverse perspectives on the economic circumstances and financial services needs of consumers and communities.
“Driverless,” is a new video series with experts from wide-ranging disciplines at the University of Michigan explore how autonomous vehicles are changing our society. Episode
“Building Better Futures: Innovations in Equitable Development,” is a conference that convened experts in design, finance, and development to examine mechanisms that connect communities, build