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Urban Syllabi

This area of the Cyberhood includes course syllabi focusing on community development and action research in urban settings and communities of color. Scholars and practitioners are invited to share their course materials in order to develop this area of pedagogy.

 

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11.220: Quantitative Reasoning and Statistical Methods for Planning, Ezra Haber Glenn, MIT, Spring 2011.

 

Community and Environmental Sociology 945, Gary Green, University of Wisconsin, Fall 2012.

 

Community Participation, Neighborhood Planning and Food, Kathe Neuman et al., Rutgers University, Spring 2011

 

CRP694: Food Systems Planning, Jill Clark, Ohio State University, Spring 2011

 

ECON 6410: Labor Market Analysis, David Fasenfest, Wayne State University, Fall 2005.

 

FSEM 100: No Place Like Home, Housing and Society, Leslie Martin, University of Mary Washington, Fall 2012.

 

GEO531: Urban Systems in Developed Countries, Elvin K. Wyly, University of British Columbia, Spring 2005.

 

GOV210: Comparative Urban Political Systems, Janice Bockmeyer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, Fall 2007. 

 

IR 7550: Sociology of Work, David Fasenfest and Heidi Gottfried, Wayne State University, Winter 2006.

 

MPA 599: Urban Politics & Policy, Jing Wang, CSU Pomona, Spring 2013

 

Netherlands Policy and Planning, John I. Gilderbloom, University of Louisville, Spring 2009 

 

PBAF560/URBDP560: Urban Affairs - Inequality in the Metropolitan Region, Rachel Garshick Kleit, University of Washington, Winter 2008.

 

PD120: Introduction to Urban Studies, Kelly Patterson, University at Buffalo, Fall 2003.

 

PD350: Urban Design Workshop 1, Information Analysis, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2012

 

PD405/506: Introduction to Urban Management, Henry Taylor, University at Buffalo, Fall 2003.

 

PD406/606: Community Development Processes, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2006.

 

PD 406/606: Community Development Processes, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2012.

 

PD439-539: Local Government Finance and Budgeting, Robert M. Silverman, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo, Fall 2007.

 

PD439-539: Local Government Finance and Budgeting, Robert M. Silverman, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo, Spring 2010.

 

PD508: Race, Class, Gender and the City, Henry Taylor, University at Buffalo, Spring 2004.

 

PD512: Research Methods in Planning, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2004.

 

PD512: Research Methods in Planning, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2009.

 

PD512: Research Methods in Planning, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2010.

 

PD535: Urban Management and Governance, Henry Taylor, University at Buffalo, Fall 2010.

 

PD541: Nonprofit Management, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2009.

 

PD541: Nonprofit Management, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2010.

 

PD541: Nonprofit Management, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2011.

 

PD559: Tourism Planning, Sam Cole, University at Buffalo, Spring 2010.

 

PD561: Methods of Community Analysis and Management, Kelly Patterson, University at Buffalo, Spring 2004.

 

PD561: Qualitative Methods for Planners, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2011.

 

PD581A: Tourism Studio, Sam Cole, University at Buffalo, Spring 2010.

 

PD606: Community Development Processes, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2008.  

 

PD606: Community Development Processes, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2009.  

 

PD606: Community Development Processes, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2010. 

 

PHIL314: Philosophy and the City, Sharon Meagher, University of Scranton, Spring 2008.

 

PLAC569: Healthy Communities, Healthy Food Systems, Tanya Cobb et. al., University of Virginia Spring 2009.

 

PLAC550-4: Community Food System Global/Local, Tanya Cobb et. al., University of Virginia, Spring 2011.

 

PLAC5850: Community Food System Policies, Tanya Cobb et. al., University of Virginia, Spring 2010.

 

PLAN619: Cultural Diversity in Planning, Karen Umemoto, University of Hawaii, Fall 2012.

 

POLS490/AAS485 Race, Politics and the "Atlanta Paradox", Michael Lee Ownes, Emory University, Fall 2009.

 

PS212: Urban Problems and Policy Analysis, Harold Wolman, George Washington University, Spring 2009

 

PS302: Urban Politics, Sarah Reckhow, Michigan State University, Spring 2011

 

PS913/US913: Urban Political Process, Joel Rast, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Spring 2005.

 

PUAD 433: Metropolitics and Macroproblems, Kelly LeRoux, University of Kansas, Spring 2007.

 

PUAD 825: Public Policy and Urban Administration, Kelly LeRoux, University of Kansas, Spring 2007.

 

PUBA 630: Nonprofit Management: The Fundamentals, Muthusami Kumaran, University of Hawaii, Summer 2006.

 

PUBP 710: Topics in Public Policy, Introduction to Housing Policy: Katrin B. Anacker, George Mason University, Arlington Campus, Spring 2010.

 

PUBP 713: Policy and Program Evaluation: Katrin B. Anacker, George Mason University, Arlington Campus, Spring 2010.

 

SE200 Seminar in Social Ecology, Daniel Stokols, University of California, Irvine, Fall 2013.

 

SSLH100 Environmental Psychology, Daniel Stokols, University of California, Irvine, Spring 2012. 

 

SOC248: Race and Urban Redevelopment, Greg D. Squires, George Washington University, Spring 2003.

 

SOC481: Special Topics: Race and Class Segregation in the United States, Dr. Robert L. Wagmiller, Jr., University at Buffalo, Spring 2005.

 

SOC481: Special Topics: Urban Poverty, Ms. Diane R. Bessel, University at Buffalo, Fall 2004.

 

SOC481/593: Neighborhood Research I and II, Dr. Peter St. Jean, University at Buffalo, Fall 2003.

 

SOC5570: Race Relations in Urban Society, Robert Silverman, Wayne State University, Winter 2002.

 

SW500: Social Welfare History and Policy, Kelly Patterson, University at Buffalo, Fall 2009

 

SW569: Community Social Work, Filomena Criteli, Universiy at Buffalo, Fall 2008

 

SW663: Ph.D. Pro-Seminar, Social Services Organizations, Thomas H. Nochajowski, University at Buffalo, Fall 2005 

 

UAP5424: Planning Healthy, Sustainable Communities, Joseph Schilling, Virginia Polytechnic University, Spring 2008.

 

UAP5485: Advanced Research Methods, Katrin B. Anacker, Virginia Polytechnic University, Fall 2008.

 

UAP5425: Environment and Behavioral Studies, Shalini Misra, Virginia Polytechnic University, Fall 2012.

 

UE 141: Community-Based Development, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2008.

 

Community Engagement: Advanced Techniques, Examples and Outcomes. Christine Cousineau, Tufts University, Summer 2014.

 

UEP301: Urban Policy and Politics, Peter Drier, Occidental College, Spring 2003.

 

UEP301: Urban Policy and Politics, Peter Drier, Occidental College, Spring 2005.

 

UEP310/311: Community Organizing and Leadership/Community Internship, Peter Drier, Occidental College, Fall 2004.

 

ULM6680/UP6680: Neighborhood Decline and Revitalization, George Galster, Wayne State University, Winter 2004.

 

UP5999: Cities and Food, Kami Pothukuchi, Wayne State University, Winter 2011

 

UP6455: Discrimination and Fair Housing, George Galster, Wayne State University, Spring 2003.

 

UPA606: Research Methods for Public Policy, John I. Gilderbloom, University of Louisville, Fall 2005.

 

UPA628: Historic Preservation,  John I. Gilderbloom, University of Louisville, Spring 2006.

 

UPA648: Housing and Community Development, John I. Gilderbloom, University of Louisville, Fall 2008.

 

UPA679: Environmental Policy, John I. Gilderbloom, Fall 2008.

 

UPD499B: Planning for Urban Agriculture, Daniel Dermitzel, University of Missouri Kansas City, Spring 2011

 

URBD 512: Urban Design Case Studies, Richard E. Lloyd, Morgan State University, Spring 2006.

 

URBDP598: Planning For Urban Food Systems Reading List, Branden Born, University of Washington, Fall 2009.

 

URBDP598S: Planning For Urban Food Systems, Branden Born, University of Washington, Spring 2010.

 

URP512: Research Methods in Planning, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2014.

 

URP541: Nonprofit Management, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Fall 2013.

 

URP561: Qualitative Methods for Planners, Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, Spring 2014.  

 

Urban Food Systems, Curt Winkle, University of Illinois-Chicago, Fall 2010

 

US400: Seminar in Urban Studies, Elvin K. Wyly, University of British Columbia, Spring 2005.

 

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