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Videos from “Community-University Partnerships in Boston: The Experience of the MIT-DUSP GreenHouse Studio”
If you missed the symposium last night, you can check the videos here! Part 1: A Plan for Sustainability in Fields Corner: the GreenHouse Studio Collaboration with VietAID Part 2: Community-University Partnerships in the Boston area: Opportunities for DUSP All … Continue reading
Sustainable and Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization. A parallel workshop between Boston and Madrid Strategies for solving urban planning problems have become increasingly global in nature, reflecting the similarity in challenges cities face in a globalized economy and a changing physical climate. … Continue reading
Last Wednesday, the DUSP team presented their work to Viet-AID´s Board of Directors and staff, members of other organizations from the area (including Green Dorchester, Fields Corner Main Streets and MAPC) and a couple of community members. After more than … Continue reading
Fields Corner neighborhood analysis- DUSP’MIT
1 Parallel Workshop DUyOT presentation
Intro for Madrid Meeting 2-14-12
Session 1. February 14: PRESENTATION 9.30-11am EST/ 15.30-17h MAD 30 min. Presentation of both teams. 15 min. Madrid: the neighborhood, the client, and fields of interest. 15 min. Boston: the neighborhood, the client, and fields of interest. 15 min. … Continue reading
“Holding Ground is at once a cautionary tale of urban policies gone wrong and a message of hope for all American cities. In 1985, African-American, Latino, Cape Verdean, and European-American residents in Roxbury, MA united to revitalize their community. The … Continue reading
Here, students will share their reflections about the exchange sessions between Boston and Madrid.