The Urban Research Review is a new online publication launched in celebration of the University of Chicago's 125th Anniversary. Co-produced by the Office of Civic Engagement and the Urban Network, the quarterly digest celebrates the breadth of urban research at the University of Chicago. Each edition profiles researchers whose work deepens our understanding of cities, using a range of scholarly methods and practices.
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The Winter 2016 edition of Urban Research Review focuses on faculty who do community-based, community-engaged research in the city of Chicago. Each of these scholars has had an impact on urban research both within the academic community and in the public sphere. They are also united by the close, mutually supportive relationships they have forged with individuals, organizations, and community partners.

John Schneider
Pritzker School of Medicine, Division of the Biological Sciences
John Schneider fights the spread of HIV on Chicago's south side using an unexpected tool: social media. (Read more)

Micere Keels
Comparative Human Development, Division of the Social Sciences
Micere Keels discovers how gentrification in Chicago neighborhoods can impact schools and lives. (Read more)

Craig Futterman
The Law School, University of Chicago
Craig Futterman is working with students, journalists, and community to change Chicago's police department. (Read more)

The Fall 2015 edition of Urban Research Review focuses on how different methodologies contribute to the University’s urban research landscape and features six distinct approaches to urban scholarship.

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Adrienne Brown

Charlie Catlett

Deborah Gorman-Smith

Karen Kim

Susan Levine

Forrest Stuart