Check out some of the presentations conducted by our faculty and affiliates.>>>>

The CEO as Urban Statesman

On February 13th, Sam Williams will speak to the Cincinnati Metro Chambers of Commerce about his recent book, The CEO as Urban Statesman

Business-Civic Collaboration

On February 12th, Sam Williams will be a guest lecturer at Mount St. Joseph University on business-civic collaboration.

Communities in the City: Governance and Representation

On February 7, Jean-Paul Addie will spoke on a McLuhan Salon Panel at the University of Toronto exploring the role of public organizations in supporting sustainable urban development. See more.

Power and Influence in Atlanta

On January 23, 2018 Sam Williams discussed the Power and Influence in Atlanta from the 1970s till 2018 to Emory University’s Continuing Education.

Dr. Julian Juergensmeyer Presents on Emerging Land Use Topics

Urban Studies Institute affiliate Julian Juergensmeyer recently traveled to Brazil and Portugal, where he gave several lectures and participated in two international conferences. Juergensmeyer spoke at the two-day First International Conference on Comparative Urban and Environmental Law, co-sponsored by the Brazilian Beyond Institute, Georgia State’s Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth and many other prominent organizations.

Gentrification, Displacement, and Urban Economics

Professor Dan Immergluck served on the Rainbow PUSH Coalition & Citizenship Education’s Urban Economic Development 18th Annual Creating Opportunity Conference, “Gentrification, Displacement, and Urban Economics,” in Atlanta, Oct. 13, 2017.

Ensuring Atlanta's Inclusive Growth

Professor Dan Immergluck Spoke at the “Ensuring Atlanta’s Inclusive Growth: A Discussion on Housing Affordability and the Value of Partnerships,” event at the Center for Civil & Human Rights in Atlanta, Sept. 19, 2017.
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Climate and Cities

Professor David Iwaniec presented at the “Climate and Cities,” Conference in Potsdam, Germany on Sept. 19, 2017 presenting “Visioning Urban Transformations.” See More