Furman Center

Master of Urban Planning

Urban Planning in Action

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  • Andrew Murray

    Urban Planning
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  • Hilary Ballon | The Greatest Grid: The Master Plan of Manhattan, 1811-2011

    Urban Planning
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  • Martha Kenton & Noah Levine

    Urban Planning
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  • Dennis C. Smith | Why is crime still going down in New York City?

    Justice
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  • Former Mayor Ed Koch and the Rebuilding of New York City

    Urban Planning
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  • Empire Award for Leadership in Affordable Housing

    Urban Planning
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  • Paul Smoke | The process, and the politics, of central-government decentralization in developing countries

    International Development
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  • How can major cities reduce automobile congestion and pollution?

    Transportation
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  • Ingrid Gould Ellen | Does subsidized housing improve communities?

    Urban Planning
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Adapting the physical city to serve the public better requires a renewed understanding of infrastructure and its value and exploration of new innovations that reduce some of its current vulnerabilities.

Rae Zimmerman

Professor of Planning and Public Administration

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There is no better place to study and understand the 21st century city than New York, where government has created the conditions that allow more than 8 million people to call it "home." New York is proof that even in the age of the internet, there is a powerful need for face-to-face communications.

Mitchell Moss

Henry Hart Rice Professor of Urban Policy

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The contemporary public service sector faces substantial and growing challenges ”both global and local” that demand innovative and collaborative action. This program builds on the expertise and achievements of seasoned analysts and practitioners, empowering them with additional skills and the versatility required to deal with these evolving challenges effectively.

Paul Smoke

NYU Wagner Program Director

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Michael Schill on Disputes in Co-Ops

Michael Schill on Disputes in Co-Ops

"Any successful cooperative is going to have residents who are willing to pitch in and give their own time and effort for the common good," says NYU Wagner Professor Michael Schill, commenting on a dispute in a co-op in an article in the The New York Times, "Sleepless, and Litigious, in the Apartment Below" by Dan Barry.

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