Through academics, research, and community involvement, the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs is advancing effective city management and sound urban policy, and changing America’s cities one graduate at a time.
Our graduates work in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors — government, human services, health care, public safety, community development, housing, environmental advocacy — both within our own region and in other parts of the nation.
Our faculty and professional staff are actively engaged in applied research and community problem-solving around city management, community development, environmental policy and management, economic development, and more.
We invite you to visit some recent work of interest highlighted in the following pages.
Miller, Roslyn, "Research Highlights, Fall 2013" (2013). Urban Publications. 0 1 2 3 708.