Dr. Hollander is a Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University. His research examines how cities and regions manage physical change during periods of growth and decline and the cognitive, health, and social dimensions of community well-being.
Alumnus Mark Bauer (MCRP ’16) Releases Updated Course “Data Analysis Using Python: A Beginner’s Guide Featuring NYC Open Data”
Mark Bauer released an update to his open source project designed to provide a beginner-friendly framework for reproducible data analysis. It’s a great resource for uncovering valuable insights and making informed decisions confidently using datasets from NYC Open Data.
“Data is a powerful tool that can inform policy decisions and drive positive change in society. As a data analyst, it’s important to always be curious, ask the right questions, and utilize the best tools available to gain insights from the data.”
Using examples from his own career and from his recent book, Dr. Jeffrey Robinson discussed some of the hurdles he faced along his career path as well as strategic actions taken by other Black faces in high places which helped them find success.
Bloustein School alumnus Jason Redd, Esq. MCRP ’04 guest lectured in a Leadership and Development class on Thursday, October 10.
On Monday, May 14 recent alumnus Dan Kravetz MCRP-MPP ’12 was a guest on New Jersey Public Radio discussing pedestrian safety. The story, which used research completed by Kravetz and Dr. Robert Noland, also appears inTransportation Nation. Kravetz found that a...