This year’s MPP cohort, including five Neighborhood Fellows, introduce themselves virtually to the UEP community.
An alumna reflects on how she started her own consulting business for sustainability solutions.
In an article for The Conversation, Professor Julian Agyeman describes how urban planning has been used as a tool to maintain structural racism.
Nelson Butten, a second-year student in the Master's in Public Policy program and the Director of Community, Family, and Student Engagement at Lawrence Public Schools, is helping to build policy that positively impacts his community of Lawrence, MA.
Betsy McDonald Llanwarne (UEP '14) was a beloved UEP student and a passionate advocate for clean energy and environmental justice. To honor her legacy, this endowed fund will support the research and professional development of future change agents like Betsy.
Prof. Justin Hollander discusses how public spaces might be affected by the pandemic.
A thesis award winner improved on mapping methods for tracking who needs assistance the most.
Tufts alumnae Celia and Kaili discuss racial inequities and environmental injustice with community leaders.