Changes to Weitzman Operations Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dean Steiner addresses the Weitzman community following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week.
An open letter to Congress co-authored by The McHarg Center’s Billy Fleming has led to calls from Democrats for a coronavirus relief package that will bring the U.S. closer to a clean energy economy.
Leslie Richards (MRP’93) was just hitting her stride at the head of SEPTA, the nation's sixth largest transit agency, when the pandemic necessitated a re-think of its operations.
Weitzman’s Ken Lum and Paul Farber talk about the work of their public art and history studio, its research-driven process, and the future of public monuments.
Former Weitzman Student Maya Thomas helped launch the Campaign to create “a community-centered hub of arts.”
Matt Miller, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of City and Regional Planning, offers historical perspective on the “autonomous zone” in the city’s Capitol Hill.
Weitzman's Francesca Russello Ammon comments on the ways in which residents of one San Francisco neighborhood are staying connected.