URBAN Hartford is centered at the The Institute for Translational Research (ITR), located at the University of Hartford. The Hartford Node aspires to create a community of scholars and change-makers who engage and explore big questions now emerging in cities–the future of governance and democracy, the role of markets, stewardship of nature and the environment and the role of race and identity in constructing communities, to name a few– and break through the barriers that have stymied collaborative problem solving.
- Come check out the Qualitative Research Workshop Series!
Interested in qualitative research methods but not sure where to start? Conducting a qualitative dissertation and looking for some guidance? Simply want to know what qualitative research is and why people are so excited about it? Come check out the Qualitative Research Workshop Series! In this series of workshops, experienced graduate scholars from the CUNY Psychology Department ...
- URBAN Newsletter – Summer 2016
The URBAN newsletter is now available here, and it includes updates about national URBAN events and node activities during the 2015 – 2016 academic year.
- URBAN Gathers for Third National Meeting: “Critical Solidarities and Multi-Scalar Powers”
Urban Research-Based Action Network (URBAN) Gathers for Third National Meeting at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York On Thursday, March 31st and Friday, April 1st, nearly one hundred scholars, activists, and artists gathered for the third national URBAN conference at the CUNY Graduate Center: Critical Solidarities and Multi-Scalar Powers. The convening began with ...
- New URBAN Hartford Node is Formed
The URBAN network continues to expand with the formation of the Hartford node, chaired by Dr. Paige M. Bray, Director of the center of Learning and Professional Education under the Institute for Translational Research http://www.hartford.edu/enhp/community/itr/learning/. The creation of the Hartford URBAN node offers the opportunity to expand connections within academic and community-based arenas for collaborative purposes. Establishing ...
- Reflections on the Second National URBAN Conference
On Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th, over fifty scholars and activists from the Urban Research-Based Action Network (URBAN) gathered for their second national conference at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Gilda Ochoa, Professor of Chicana/o-Latina/o Studies and Sociology at Pomona College, reflects on the conference: Learning from the Contradictions: A Critical Reflection on Collaborative Action-Research.