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MIT CoLab 13h
New resource: Participatory Action Research Maps designed by students, comprehensive proposals useful for practice within communities.
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MIT SA+P 21h
Hey , SAVE THE DATE! On June 27, "The Proposal," a film from alumna SM ’00 will premiere at . Hosted by MITArchA and , the film will be followed by a Q&A and remarks by Caroline Jones. Register:
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 18
'A Handbook for Complete Communities in Austin,' a digital and print publication written by w/ 's Mary Anne Ocampo & Jonah Susskind examines and proposes solutions to missing scales of planning -
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 18
"A house with a yard on every lot? The single-family home is practically gospel in the United States. But a reckoning with that ideal has begun, driven by crises like housing affordability, racial inequality and climate change." More via -
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 17
"Colleges and universities have yielded their talent this spring... Maybe some parents are wondering where the time went, saying, ‘how did this happen?’ That was me last week." - Anne Davison, a new parent reflects in -
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Kian Goh Jun 14
Replying to @MITdusp @UCLALuskin
Me and Dr. Karen Umemoto, fellow grad.
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Joseph Coughlin Jun 16
Please enjoy my recent thoughts on the discussions on & the ⁦. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 14
A new paper by 's demonstrates how taxi's could leverage mobile sensors to increase urban data quality for air pollution, weather, traffic patterns, road quality, & more. Read News coverage- IC:
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Eric Robsky Huntley Jun 14
To all my GIS/planner/data types: Come work with me and (and great students! And so many others!) at !
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MIT SA+P Jun 13
Untangling the social dynamics of water. PhD candidate Andrea Beck is studying the dynamics of water operator partnerships in Africa to understand how they create mutual benefit for water utilities worldwide.
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Jun 11
Professor Amy Glasmeier discusses her work developing the Living Wage Calculator, which uses data to estimate the cost of living in different areas of the country. via
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Rodica Tomescu-Olariu Jun 12
Albert Saiz, Professor on affordable rental housing policies: “Consequences of lack of rental markets: lack of access by ppl who do not have the down-payment(young and/or poor); reduced labor mobility; increased cost of mobility; empty properties”. TDD
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 13
The Transmedia Storytelling Initiative, a joint & program, creates a new hub for pedagogy and research in time-based media. More via News- IC: Bryce Vickmark
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Kian Goh Jun 12
Inspired and provoked by two days of workshops on “equitable resilience” hosted by sharing ideas with old and new colleagues and friends. Here Miho Mazereeuw, Jim Wescoat, Mary Anne Ocampo, and Justin Steil help set the terms of the discourse.
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Rodica Tomescu-Olariu Jun 11
What works and what doesn’t in terms of providing public housing for the poor? Professor Albert Saiz mentions that good access to jobs and the provision of a safe environment are two imp factors of success of projects
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MIT SA+P Jun 12
“2019 SA+P Thesis Show” is now on view in Gallery 9. Bringing together work from across SA+P, the exhibition presents thesis explorations by graduate students in architecture, urban design and planning, art, media studies, and real estate.
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 12
How much of Manhattan do 10 taxis cover in a day? A study uses moveable sensors to better measure air pollution, traffic, and more. Read more in Peter Dizikes's MIT News story-
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MIT Urban Planning Jun 11
"...rising transit costs are forcing too many [] riders to choose between traveling to jobs & medical appointments or buying food." - Michael Norton via . More- + preliminary findings from the cited study-
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MIT SA+P Jun 11
Drawing, Designing, Thinking: A multimedia exhibition , features work from distinguished alumni and educational material from faculty highlighting 150-years of .
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Places Journal Jun 10
New research from MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning has sparked advocates and some elected officials in Massachusetts to call for a statewide low-income fare program. via
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