PAD 768: Governing The Just City: Urban Policy & Politics
This course explores how to lead and foster a just city, beginning with an historical survey of U.S. urban policy and governance, followed by a focus on key topics for municipal leaders and stakeholders, including housing, crime, inequality, diversity, employment, education and health. We will utilize scholarship, media, and data on contemporary urban issues to familiarize students with urban policy challenges, enabling you to tailor your subsequent specialization electives to your professional and scholarly interests.
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Housing Court Answers is a nonprofit organization committed to fighting for the rights of unrepresented litigants in Housing Court. Housing Court Answers provides information on landlord/tenant issues at information tables in NYC’s five Housing Courts, through a hotline, and for NYCHA tenants at 250 Broadway. HCA also works on policy issues surrounding Housing Court. For more information on our organization, visit our website.
Greetings MPA Students,
During spring 2019 we are piloting a Student Conference Funding program for MPA students to attend conferences.
Come Join Us on Saturdays for MPA Careers Saturday Speaker Series in Haaren Hall!
Come Join the Women in The Public Sector for Community Coffee Hour!
We are excited to announce that we have the wonderful opportunities where students work with faculty members on research projects. Student research assistants will be compensated for their work while gaining research experience. If you are selected, you can work 60 hours at $18 per hour during Fall 2018 ($1,080 for one semester of work).