For public policy leader, ‘caring about other people is intrinsic to the work we’re doing’

09/20/17 - BOSTON, MA. - Ted Landsmark poses for a portrait on Sept. 20, 2017. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

By Molly Callahan | News@Northeastern Ted Landsmark’s current research draws upon efforts by cities to address demographic changes and racial inequities, resilience, gentrification and affordability, global economic needs and local education, waterfront development, re-branding through design, and data-driven management to better inform emerging urban planning strategies. He recently facilitated symposia on the implications of expanding autonomous vehicle uses, urban ecosystems involving […]

Professor Joan Fitzgerald on America’s Workforce Radio

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By America’s Workforce Radio On the broadcast today we had Melissa Cropper, President of the Ohio Federation of Teachers(OFT), and she talked about her Tour to meet with Local Presidents and Janus Vs AFSCME! Our second guest was Professor Joan Fitzgerald, with the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs at Northeastern University in Boston, and […]

How Do Summer Youth Employment Programs Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes, and for Whom?

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By Alicia Sasser Modestino | Federal Reserve Bank of Boston Summer youth employment programs (SYEPs) are believed to have the potential to improve the behavioral, economic, and academic outcomes of the populations they serve, particularly for inner-city, low-income, and non-white youth. As part of an embedded randomized controlled trial, during the summer of 2015, I […]

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