Category: Faculty Research Featured
Technology entrepreneurship is rarely uttered in the same breath with terms like racial diversity or socioeconomic inclusion. Diversity, inclusion, and tech are shaping economic and workforce developm … Continued
Carolina Planning Chair and Collaborative Sciences Center for Road Safety (CSCRS), Associate Director Noreen McDonald is featured in the latest CSCRS newsletter. The CSCRS is an integrated national sa … Continued
Roberto Quercia, director of UNC’s Center for Community Capital (CCC), and former CCC Researchers Kim Manturuk and Mark R. Lindblad recently authored A Place Called Home, the first book fully dedicate … Continued
Many North Carolina communities are experiencing an affordable housing crisis, which is particularly severe for those who rent. This report examines severe housing cost burden, overcrowding and substa … Continued
The revitalization of Old East Durham has resulted in a dramatic increase in property values over the last 10 years. What does this growth mean for housing affordability, equity, and environmental qua … Continued
“In the Shadow of Ferguson” personifies the socio-historical-political processes that institutionalized racism and inequality, documenting 100 years of critical events relating to housing in Ferguson, … Continued
A third of urban population around the world live in irregular settlements. Yet we know little about where these settlements are and how they function.