Department of Urban and Public Affairs
A building renovation in the Portland neighborhood is expanding Fine Arts, Archaeology, and Urban Design studio space while helping to revitalize a community.
09-26-19 - wave3.com - District 8 councilman Brandon Coan has teamed up with the Urban Design Studio to enhance many bus stations around Louisville.
09-26-19 - WDRB.com - Patrick Piuma and the Urban Design Studio aid councilman Brandon Coan in improving Louisville bus stops.
07-26-2019 - WHAS11.com - features John Gilderbloom, professor of Urban and Public Affairs
06-12-2019 - louisville.com - features Kelly Kinahan, professor of Urban and Public Affairs
06-12-2019 - leoweekly.com - fetures John Gilderbloom, professor of Urban and Public Affairs
06-11-2019 - WLKY.com - features Kelly Kinahan, professor of Urban and Public Affairs
06-04-2019 - news-graphic.com - featuring the Kentucky State Data Center
04-02-2019 - louisville.com - features Charlotte Caldwell, who is pursuing a dual master's in public administration and urban planning
03-25-2019 - courier-journal.com - features involvement by the Urban Design Studio
03-18-19 - courier-journal.com - features Steven Koven, a professor of Urban and Public Affairs
02-23-2019 - WFPL.org - features Janet Kelly, professor of Urban and Public Affairs
searchers include Catherine (Cate) Fosl, MSW, PhD, co-director of CCTSJR, director, Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research, and professor, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Lora Haynes, PhD, associate professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences; Kelly Kinahan, PhD, AICP, assistant professor, Department of Urban and Public Affairs; and Jamie Beard, administrative assistant, Anne Braden Institute.
Matt Ruther from the Kentucky State Data Center discusses a slew of new census data.
A&S professor of Urban Studies John Gilderbloom explores the effect of color in urban areas his new book, "Chromatic Homes", (University Press of Kentucky). In his book, he describes how cities have rejuvenated entire neighborhoods by following the concept of the "chromatic home", or, three or more colors embellishing architectural details.
The author will discuss food insecurity, charities tasked with tracking it and the business of hunger.
Shireen is currently an Evaluation Researcher at REACH Evaluation which consults with non-profit, for-profit, philanthropic, and governmental entities in support of efforts to improve services and bring about organizational and community change. She was named one of Louisville Business First’s “2018 Forty Under 40.”
Records and experts consulted by WDRB News raise questions about whether Churchill, a public traded corporation headquartered in Louisville, is getting a sweetheart deal on the tax value of its racetrack. One of the experts is Janet Kelly, a professor of urban and public affairs and director of the Urban Studies Institute at the University of Louisville.
This year, UofL became the first university in Kentucky to offer a sustainability degree program and it's not just about "going green".
Kentucky State Data Center Director Matt Ruther on health care insurance and access for LGBT adults.