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Urban Studies and Planning

storm drain

Stormwater Hits D.C.’s Poorest Neighborhoods Hardest, UMD Study Finds

Socioeconomically Vulnerable Communities Lack Infrastructure to Manage Heavy Rainfall

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Wa-Di Housing Development

Tribal Loyalties

Alum Designs Homes, Schools, Health Care Centers for Native Communities

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All Hail David Do

Alum Named NYC Taxi Commissioner Navigates Ridesharing’s Rise, Drivers’ Economic Woes—and Plenty of Midtown Traffic

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Can a Fractured Community Be Made Whole?

UMD Project Envisions Possible Futures for a Marginalized Corner of College Park

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The Salvation Army of Jackson and Walmart distribute bottled water

‘A Multitude of Risks and Hazards’

UMD Expert: Jackson Water Crisis Latest Example of Marginalized Communities Bearing Brunt of Neglected Infrastructure

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Students play giant Jenga

Don’t Know What You Got ’Til It’s Green

Volunteers Turn Parking Spaces Into Mini Park for Park(ing) Day

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A New Spot for Spot

Student Dog Park Analysis Aims to Get Tails Wagging in Prince George’s County

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Student Team Takes First Place in Affordable Housing Design Competition

Design for Vibrant Residential, Cultural District Earns Jury Accolades

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Horace Furness High School exterior

A Lesson Plan to Fix Aging K-12 Schools

Graduate Course Finds Hidden Infrastructure Crisis Hits Hardest in Low-income Communities of Color

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A Rooted Return

Generations After Her Ancestor Was Enslaved in Prince George’s, Grad Student Reinvigorates Area’s Agricultural and Communal Ties

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The Secret to Safer Communities: More Services

UMD Study Finds Investing in Communities Over Policing Programs May Be More Effective

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Protesters with signs that read "stop evictions" and "cancel the rent"

Life, Liberty and a Place to Live

Professor’s New Book Proposes a Plan That Could Guarantee Housing for All

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