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Richard Thompson Ford
Jun 22 2015 | Stanford News
In a TedX talk at Stanford, Law School Professor and Urban Studies affiliated faculty member Richard Thompson Ford called for a new civil rights movement focused on "results," rather than "blame."
May 15 2015
Urban Studies Major Sara Maurer '16 presented her research on bicycle share programs at the Transportation Research Board's Transportation for Sustainability Conference in Washington, DC.  Maurer carried out the research in Vienna, Austria with the support of an Urban Studies Fellowship during t
Apr 22 2015 | Stanford Report
Two Urban Studies affiliated faculty members were recently named to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the country's oldest and most prestigious learned societies.  They are:
Students on Bikes in Golden Gate Park.
Mar 4 2015 | Stanford Daily News
The Stanford Daily calls for service-learning to become an integral part of the university's undergraduate culture - occupying a position similar to the enormously popular Computer Science 106A in university life.  The article cites Urban Studies 133, the Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory, as a...
Prof. Prudence Carter
Dec 17 2014 | Stanford GSE News
Students of color are being disciplined in school in far greater numbers than their white peers, often for the same type of misbehavior, notes a new research paper (link is external) co-authored by Professor Prudence Carter, faculty director of the John W. Gardner Center at the Stanford Graduate...