IN THE NEWS
Progress Illinois reports on Tuesday's panel discussion on metropolitan transit, held by the Urban Transportation Center in the College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs. Streetsblog also reported on the event.
WBEZ interviewed Rachel Weber, associate professor of urban planning and policy. Chicago Magazine cited Weber as a tax-increment financing expert.
Howard Wial, executive director of the Center for Urban Economic Development, is part of the Milstein Symposium on Creating New Manufacturing for the Miller Center at the University of Virginia. He also has been mentioned recently in the following media: Baltimore Sun and Next City.
Mary Feeney, associate professor of public administration, recently released a study concluding the neediest students are those most likely to miss college application-related deadlines. Inside Higher Education also reported on the study.
Dean Pagano appeared in Washington D.C. at National Press Club Oct. 10 for the release of "Fiscal Conditions in 2013." The survey's release led to Pagano quotes in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. His column on why struggling cities can't replicate the fiscal practices of thriving cities is featured in Governing magazine.
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