Capstone Project Spotlight
City councilors in Cambridge, Massachusetts, expressed interest in using new information technologies and other creative strategies to deepen citizen engagement with government. A Northeastern capstone team examined the use of “co-creation” tools such as social media and smart phone apps in cities that recently implemented such strategies: Boston, Portland, Oregon, and Palo Alto, California. The team assessed the tools implemented, strengths and weaknesses of the respective strategies, and concluded with an initial set of lessons for Cambridge to consider as it moves forward with its co-creation planning.All Capstone Projects
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Lauren Costello, a student in the Master of Science in Urban and Regional Policy (MURP) program, is currently on exchange at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. Follow her blog for weekly posts about Lauren’s studies abroad, her adventures, and what drives her intellectually.6 Hours Ahead
Master of Public Administration
"I interned with a nonprofit organization that I found on Idealist.org called FUELeducation, and I was later hired full time as the manager of communications. I worked closely with the organization’s program and development department to build awareness toward their work in and around college education reform and financial literacy."