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Institute of Public Administration on “The New Deal in New York City” Exhibition at Roosevelt House

“Everything a history buff would relish,” writes Ralph Blumenthal of Roosevelt House’s new exhibit “The New Deal in New York City.” Blumenthal is a Distinguished Lecturer at Baruch College, where…  

Roosevelt House Faculty Associate Howard Chernick Quoted in Urban Institute Report

Research by Howard Chernick, Roosevelt House Faculty Associate and Professor of Economics at Hunter College, was used in a recent report from How Housing Matters, an online resource developed by the…  

NEW EXHIBIT AT ROOSEVELT HOUSE OPENS MAY 11 ON ENDURING IMPACT OF THE NEW DEAL ON NYC

Posted on May 10, 2017 · Posted in Featured News Story, Roosevelt House General News

NEW EXHIBIT AT ROOSEVELT HOUSE OPENS MAY 11 ON ENDURING IMPACT OF THE NEW DEAL ON NYC Posters, Murals, Maps, Photos, and First-Ever WPA Map on View Opening Night Panel…  

Faculty Journal: Advancing Policy to Support Workers with Disabilities

This Roosevelt House Faculty Journal series, Advancing Policy to Support Workers with Disabilities, edited by Professor Purvi Sevak, aims to objectively synthesize research that can inform policymakers and other stakeholders of…  

Whipple’s Gatekeepers Book Tour Launches at Roosevelt House

Posted on April 7, 2017 · Posted in Roosevelt House General News

Chris Whipple, Emmy Award-winning producer at CBS 60 Minutes and ABC News, launched his new book tour for The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency at…  

Kheel Fellow Sam Schwartz Quoted in NYT Article

In a recent article on the challenges of commuting in major metropolitan areas, New York Times reporter Christopher Mele turned to transportation expert and Roosevelt House Kheel Fellow Sam Schwartz for his input. The article, entitled “Why You…  

Faculty Journal: Issues of Equity and Justice in Education Policy

As a follow-up to a May 2016 colloquium titled Intersections of Race and Class in Special Education Policy, subsequent Colloquium Summary Recommendations, and the Fall 2016 Roosevelt House Faculty Seminar Series we present a special…  

KHEEL FAMILY WELCOMES KHEEL TRANSPORTATION FELLOW TO ROOSEVELT HOUSE

Photos: Mark Holden Meets with Hunter College Students to Discuss Criminal Justice Reform

Posted on March 24, 2017 · Posted in Roosevelt House, Roosevelt House General News, Student Events

On Monday, March 20, Mark Holden, senior vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary of Koch Industries, met with Hunter College students for a private discussion on issues of criminal justice…  

Hunter College mourns the death of Peter Kwong, Distinguished Professor of Urban Policy and Planning and Professor of Asian Studies

Hunter College mourns the death of Peter Kwong, Distinguished Professor of Urban Policy and Planning and Professor of Asian Studies. Professor Kwong, whose career spanned the fields of scholarship, journalism,…