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  • Welcome to CURP
    www luc edu depts curl Michigan State University Center for Urban Affairs Community and Economic Development Program http www msu edu unit cua New School University http www newschool edu milano cdrc New York University Law School and the Wagner School for Public Affairs Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy http furmancenter nyu edu New York University Taub Urban Research Center http urban nyu edu Northeastern University Boston Center for Urban and Regional Policy http www curp neu edu Northwestern University Evanston Ill Institute for Policy Research http www nwu edu IPR index html Pepperdine University Malibu Calif Institute for Public Policy http www pepperdine edu publicpolicy institute institute htm Portland State University Portland Ore The Center for Urban Studies http www upa pdx edu CUS Rutgers The State University of New Jersey Center for Urban Policy Research http www policy rutgers edu 80 cupr frpage htm http www policy rutgers edu cupr frpage htm SUNY Buffalo Institute for Local Governance and Regional Growth http www regional institute buffalo edu Syracuse University Center for Policy Research http www cpr maxwell syr edu cprpage htm Syracuse University Alan K Campbell Public Affairs Institute http www maxwell syn edu campbell University of California at Berkeley Institute of Urban and Regional Development http www iurd ced berkeley edu University of Cincinnati The Institute for Policy Research http www ipr uc edu ipr iprdoc htm University of Iowa Public Policy Center http ppc uiowa edu University of Louisville Urban Studies Institute http www louisville edu cbpa usi University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs http www hhh umn edu http www hhh umn edu University of New Mexico Albuquerque Institute for Public Policy http www unm edu instpp University of New Orleans Division of Urban Research and Policy Studies DURPS http

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  • Welcome to CURP
    212 854 8925 Email curp columbia edu Address Center for Urban Research and Policy Columbia University 803B International Affairs Building 420 West 118th Street Mail Code 3355 New York NY

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  • Welcome to CURP
    as the relationship between city marketing and broader efforts of urban restructuring Her publications include Branding New York Image Crisis and the Rise of the Neoliberal City New York Routledge 2008 Marketing the City in Crisis Branding and Restructuring New York City in the 1970 s and Post 9 11 Era in Anne Cronin and Kevin Hetherington eds Consuming the Entrepreneurial City Image Memory Spectacle New York Routledge forthcoming 2007

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  • Welcome to CURP
    Paris and University of Milan in Sociology He teaches Urban sociology at Sciences Po In 2005 2006 he was a visiting scholar at CURP and has been working since then on East New York in Brooklyn Bonnet is interested in the organizations which participate in the production of social order in disadvantaged neighborhoods law and order agencies housing authorities nonprofit organizations grassroots social movements religious institutions etc Bonnet has published

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  • The Center for Urban Research & Policy
    of urban sustainability planning race and ethnic relations and economic and community development The participants in the URW put together the speaker events each semester While this speaker series is open to the entire university community students of the URW will have an opportunity to engage in an intimate and lively discussion and debate with these speakers over a dinner that follows each talk Speakers in previous workshops included but were not limited to Jeffrey Sachs Saskia Sassen David Harvey Majora Carter and Hashim Sarkis 2 RESEARCH WORKSHOP Students participating in the URW will attend bi weekly workshops led by Professor Sudhir Venkatesh Director of the Center for Urban Research and Policy and Professor of Sociology and African American Studies In the workshop students will discuss the lectures of the invited speakers including how the presentations relate to student s individual research projects The workshop will also examine different research methodologies especially as they help facilitate comparative research The course will look at substantive issues facing New York and other urban spaces 3 COMPARATIVE URBAN FIELDWORK IN NEW YORK CITY AND ABROAD Enrolled students will conduct a year long research project examining select social political and economic issues that affect New York City and other cities in the United States and abroad Students will conduct fieldwork in New York City during the fall semester In January students will travel to at least one other city to listen to speakers and conduct fieldwork In past years students have traveled to Mexico City and Chicago for one week During the spring semester students will complete their fieldwork and write a final research paper Students will present their work at a final presentation and reception in May which will be open to the entire Columbia community Participating students may use the workshop to

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  • Maps | Columbia University in the City of New York
    Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian Services Medical Center Research Education Patient Care Newsroom Giving Impact Gift Guide Ways to Give Give Online Arts Athletics Columbia Global Resources for Students Faculty Staff Alumni Community Careers Learning CAA Email Neighbors Programs Administration Jobs Manhattanville Campus Plan New Buildings Community Construction 116th Street and Broadway New York NY 10027 2016 Columbia University Contact Computing Employment Visiting

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  • Web Advisory Committee | Columbia University in the City of New York
    site and encourages contributing units schools departments and centers to apply these in order to maintain accurate timely and effective sites that conform to the University s accessibility usability security and privacy policies Contacting Us Please contact webcom columbia edu with any questions or suggestions regarding the Columbia University Web site that you would like the Web Advisory Committee to address If you encounter any broken links or technical problems while viewing the Columbia University Web site please contact webmaster columbia edu Columbia University Web Administrators E group Keep in touch with other Web professionals at Columbia by joining our e mail list Please send your request to join with your name title and Columbia affliation to webteam columbia edu Useful Links Web Advisory Committee Members Web Identity Guidelines IT Policies Columbia Creative Photographic Services About History Administration Statistics Facts Visiting Admissions Schools Departments Financial Aid Areas of Study Academics Schools Departments Centers Areas of Study Research News Resources Centers Libraries Locations Catalogs E Resources Request It Ask a Librarian Services Medical Center Research Education Patient Care Newsroom Giving Impact Gift Guide Ways to Give Give Online Arts Athletics Columbia Global Resources for Students Faculty Staff Alumni Community Careers Learning

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  • History | Columbia University in the City of New York
    prestige onto each unit limits duplication of effort and resources across the University by minimizing the cost of trademark design legal and other branding expenses prevents dilution of the University s brand applies the brand management expertise of Columbia s communications professionals across the entire University builds a sense of shared identity community and pride History of the University Identity In its 255 year history Columbia has always employed some iteration of a crown as its official symbol and like most universities it also uses a shield and a seal The shield which was adopted by the trustees in 1949 and bears the inscription In lumine tuo videbimus lumen In your light we shall see the light is rarely used today The seal is used only by the trustees for official purposes and its use is controlled by the Office of the Secretary For the first thirty years of its history Columbia was known as King s College But in 1776 the American Revolution forced a suspension of classes that lasted eight years after which the College reopened with a new name Columbia College In 1896 the trustees approved the name Columbia University in the City of New York Both names have been used with a crown to identify the University and many different crown designs have remained in concurrent use over the years Today the official logo is the modern crown adjacent to the full name of the University but it is entirely appropriate for certain iterations of the crown to continue to be used by some schools since those crowns have historical significance Two such visible examples include the present day Columbia College which uses a historical version of the crown and the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science which employs a crown reflecting its founding

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