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Real Estate Academy Spring 2024 Application Now Open

The Weiser Center for Real Estate is excited to announce that applications for the third annual Real Estate Academy are now open! Join a new class of students as they embark on a multi-day immersion into the real estate development ecosystem of New York. Increase your understanding of the industry, gain confidence in navigating your […]

Weiser Center for Real Estate Internship Scholarship Program

The Weiser Center for Real Estate is again thrilled to offer two internship scholarship funds this Spring/Summer 2024, available to eligible students who have secured real estate internships and need financial support to cover the cost of housing, travel, and other related expenses. We strive to provide resources to students in support of their internship […]

Planning for Safe Drivers at the Nexus of Equity, Mobility, and Safety

U-M Transportation Research (UMTRI) 2901 Baxter Road, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Motor vehicle crashes are one of the most significant, and the most preventable, public health issues especially for children and teens. For planners, teen driver licensing sits at the nexus of equity, mobility, and safety: we must equip teens with safe driving skills to ensure mobility (as, outside of the densest urban cores, automobiles remain […]

Deb Chachra: How Infrastructure Works Book Talk

Art & Architecture Building, Room 1360 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

“Revelatory, superbly written, and pulsing with wisdom and humanity, How Infrastructure Works is a masterpiece.” —Ed Yong, author of An Immense World A new way of seeing the essential systems hidden inside our walls, under our streets, and all around us. Infrastructure is a marvel, meeting our basic needs and enabling lives of astounding ease […]

Kelbaugh Lecture: Emmanuel Pratt

A. Alfred Taubman Wing Commons 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Re-Mapping the Publics Emmanuel's talk offers a critical examination of how cities utilize public resources, labor, land, and materials to address challenges and plan for the future of the built environment. The conversation explores SWF's  practice of re-mapping cities' resources at its Communiversity to create true Common Wealth - the spaces, structures, networks, resources, and opportunities essential […]

Fellowship Candidate Job Talk – Caitlin McCarthy

Art & Architecture Building, Room 2222 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The Fellowship search committee invites you to a presentation by the Fellowship Search Candidate. Learn more about the Taubman College Fellowship Program.

Housing Works: Turning Research to Action for Equitable Housing

A. Alfred Taubman Wing Commons 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Housing Works brings together cutting-edge research and creative practices that are having a real impact in the development and provision of equitable housing. Addressing our national housing crisis requires profound changes in how we fund and build housing. These changes may involve overhauls of the existing regulatory system, significant expansion of different funding sources, and […]

Toward Social Change: Building a Reciprocal Relationship between Social Science and the Arts

A. Alfred Taubman Wing Commons 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

How do we come together to describe our social world? This panel will recount a set of research projects and creative practice engagements where social scientists and artists collaborate to bring insight into our social circumstances. Two projects will be described in detail– Black Wall Street Journey, which examines with a contemporary lens the economic […]

Fellowship Candidate Job Talk – Tess Clancy

Art & Architecture Building, Room 2222 2000 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The Fellowship search committee invites you to a presentation by the Fellowship Search Candidate. Learn more about the Taubman College Fellowship Program.