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SPECIAL TRACKS: Burd Track on Media & Urban Life | Urban Issues in Asia & the Pacific Rim ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: 43rd Annual Meeting CommitteesUAA Governing BoardUAA Executive Office Staff

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Saturday, April 6 • 10:30am - 11:50am
Saturday - Informing Neighborhood Change Strategies: Leveraging Theory and Data

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Moderator: Michelle Thompson (University of New Orleans)

  • Multiple Logics: Understanding Community Development and Neighborhood Revitalization in a "Theory of Action" Framework
    Laura Wolf-Powers (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Fixing Urban Neighborhoods: The Value of Systems Theory to Place-based Comprehensive Community Development Initiatives
    Maria Martinez-Cosio (University of Texas at Arlington)
  • When Silos Rule: Working on Housing Issues Using Cross-Agency Data on Vacancy and Delinquency
    David Bartelt (Temple University), Al Parker (The Reinvestment Fund, Philadelphia)
  • Dudley and Hoffman Triangles: The Perfect Community-led Models for Neighborhood Planning
    Michelle Thompson (University of New Orleans)
  • Learning from our Neighbors: Partnering Students with Neighborhood Associations
    Nina Kasniunas (Goucher College)

Presenters
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David Bartelt

Temple University
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Nina Kasniunas

Goucher College
Goucher College
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Maria Martinez-Cosio

Asst. Vice Provost Faculty Affairs, University of Texas - Arlington
I am interested in faculty development and student success. I am the PI of a $2.6M Department of Education Title V grant aimed at improving the success of transfer students, specifically those from underserved populations. My research is on private foundations engaged in comprehensive community change, and the role of immigrants and low-income residents in this change process.
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Michelle Thompson, PhD

Associate Professor, University of New Orleans
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Laura Wolf-Powers

Research Fellow, University of Pennsylvania
I am excited to be presenting a paper called "From Food Deserts to Wage Deserts," which traces the metaphor of the food desert to its origins by drawing on the literature on policy mobility, or “concepts on the move" and which then draws on the Census Bureau’s Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics (LEHD) dataset to map a distinct geospatial portrait of economic deprivation. Talk to me about low-wage work, the conflicted logics... Read More →

Co-Authors
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Al Parker

Reinvestment Fund, Philadelphia

Moderators
MT

Michelle Thompson, PhD

Associate Professor, University of New Orleans
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Saturday April 6, 2013 10:30am - 11:50am
Fountain Room