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The Kinder Institute for Urban Research is a “think-and-do” tank working to understand the challenges facing cities nationwide. Based at .
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Houston's is the largest landmark in the Space City, but what other structures are iconic enough to preserve?
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Kinder Institute Sep 16
How do we plan for urban resilience and sustainability in a way that benefits homeowners and those in need of housing?
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Ruth López Turley Sep 13
The EMERGE program aims to address the problem of academic undermatch by preparing talented but underserved high school to enroll in selective postsecondary institutions.
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Kinder Institute Sep 13
Houston money doesn't go as far as we all thought, analysis shows.
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Rice University News Sep 12
“One of the most consistent and consequential trends the surveys have recorded is the continuing improvements in support for and the increasingly positive attitudes toward ’s .” -- 's .
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Leila Walsh Sep 12
Great to see focused on ed here in Houston. 2019 Houston Area Survey noted almost all well-paying jobs require some ed after HS, but only 22% of students who began 8th grade locally completed a college-level program 12 years later.
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Kinder Institute Sep 13
New research from looks at the college aspirations of students.
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Kinder Institute Sep 12
"Houston is a logical place to hold this debate in a way it would not have been 25 years ago because it's so much a manifestation of what's happening in America," says Founding Director .
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Kinder Institute Sep 12
The US economy to lose up to $1.5 trillion if the racial wealth gap doesn't narrow by 2028, says a new report.
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CA Planning-Devt Rpt Aug 30
Scooters are taking cities by storm – and challenging planners to rethink urban rights of way, writes.
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Kinder Institute Sep 11
: is looking for a research manager to conduct and oversee research on a variety of issues, including housing, resilience, governance and transportation. All interested, please apply:
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National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership Sep 11
Our NNIP Partner is hiring a research manager! To learn more about Kinder and the position visit their website:
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Kinder Institute Sep 11
Four lakes in Guadalupe County in Central Texas will be drained next week without a plan for when the lakes, and the 90-year-old dams that support them, will be rebuilt. Story via
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Planetizen Jobs Sep 6
Research Manager, Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rice University in Houston, TX
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Kinder Institute Sep 10
A new working paper from looks at the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of first-time homebuyers.
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Kinder Institute Sep 9
Hear Director + school and community leaders discuss how to support students in the most diverse city in the United States. September 24 at Register:
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Kinder Institute Sep 9
A 2019 study revealed arts education increased student engagement and compassion. has now made arts education a strategic priority for the 2019-20 school year.
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Harris County Public Health Sep 6
Make sure you stop by all the booths at ! Just to name a few, we have partners from and . Thank you to all our partners and sponsors!
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Lisa Gray Sep 6
When you look at aerial photos of cities, it's easy to pick out the rich neighborhoods. They're the ones with trees.
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Kinder Institute Sep 6
The presence of shade in many cities is unequal, and Houston is no exception.
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