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Enrique Silva Quoted on WBZ News Radio
Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and City Planning Enrique Silva was quoted in “Going No where in Boston Traffic: Winding Streets and the Big Dig,” on WBZ News Radio 1030, November 18. Read the article and listen to the broadcast on CBS Boston.
Free Forum—Regionalism: a Global Perspective—November 19
The Edge is a forum on urban and planning issues sponsored by MET. It is open to the public and free of charge. This month’s presentation is titled Regionalism: a Global Perspective, and will focus on how regions formed across the world, as well as the challenges faced in those areas. Specifically, this talk will compare the urbanization of both the Boston-metro area and China. Event details »
Madison Park Housing Energy Efficiency research project marked completion of the summer phase
Assistant Professor Enrique Silva represented MET as one of the four faculty members making up the BU team. Read more »
Silva published on the political tensions caused by public-private public works projects in Chile, 1990–2005
Assistant Professor of Urban Affairs and City Planning, Enrique Silva, has authored “Managing the citizen: privatized public works and the bureaucratic management of citizenship in post-authoritarian Chile, 1990–2005.” Read more »
MET Symposium Team Commissioned by the Boston Harbor Islands Partnership
Read about our students’ research and recommendations for the Boston Harbor Islands Partnership General Management Plan in the full press release.
Internship and Employment Opportunities Are Listed
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Real Estate studies at BU!
Announcing the new Graduate Certificate in Applied Sustainability, a four-course, interdisciplinary program that prepares students to lead government, corporate, and community organizations to economically feasible sustainability in urban settings.
Preservation Studies at BU!
A Look Back at Haiti
As the year anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti approaches, we take a look back on the journey Enrique Silva and other MET community members made to Haiti to discuss rebuilding and recover efforts with government officials. Click here to watch the video