Runstad Affiliate Fellows

Runstad Affiliate Fellows
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    Exploring Sydney

    29 Mar, 2017

    Today we continue our series from the Runstad Affiliate Fellows who traveled to Australia in March to study the development growth patterns of Sydney and Melbourne. Read more about their research topic here. Monday March 13, 2017 Today was a day of contrasts in Sydney.  I took the bike on the passenger ferry for a scenic commute […] More

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    The Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows land in Sydney

    20 Mar, 2017

    Our Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows have landed in Sydney, Australia! The following is the first of a series of posts from the Fellows. Shannon Loew shares his first impressions after arriving down under a few days ago… Hello from Sydney, Australia. We are grateful to the Runstad Center for their support of our research on equity […] More

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    2016 Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows Present: A City to Love

    09 Feb, 2017

    Please join us for the 2016 Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows final presentation of their research from Auckland, New Zealand.  They have explored the ways in which a city can rapidly transform the function and capacity of the public right of way to support a rich urban life at a time of unprecedented population growth.  A […] More

  • 2015 Fellows Joe David, Ben Broesamle, Genevieve Hale-Case, Amy Hartman, Rick Mohler, Giovanni Migliaccio, and Barbara Swift

    A City to Love

    26 Oct, 2016

    Runstad Center Affiliate Fellow, Joe David, concludes our series of blog posts documenting the 2015-16 Fellows’ experiences in Auckland, New Zealand last spring.   The 2015-2106 Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows had the privilege to spend a week in late March exploring the city of Auckland, New Zealand – A community which is grappling with many of […] More

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    What if?

    23 Sep, 2016

    What if we stopped griping about the Seattle process, empowered our leaders, moved forward with a powerful vision focused on the community of the future, implementation, education for a shared language, evaluation and feedback loops and course adjustments – we grabbed our future and advance together? A CITY TO LOVE VISIONS OF A PUBLIC REALM […] More

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    A thought about tax increment financing…

    21 Sep, 2016

    What if we aggressively used the financing tools we have to do what is needed and stopped whining about tax increment financing and moved forward? Find out more lessons learned from Auckland at their presentation on September 27th. A CITY TO LOVE VISIONS OF A PUBLIC REALM Tuesday, September 27, 2016 6:00-8:00 pm Impact HUB 220 […] More

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    Auckland addresses transportation differently

    20 Sep, 2016

    What if the provision of transportation services was provided as a system, not divided into multiple agencies by mode – what if it was considered as a system where connections are critical?  Check out Auckland Transport! A CITY TO LOVE VISIONS OF A PUBLIC REALM Tuesday, September 27, 2016 6:00-8:00 pm Impact HUB 220 2nd […] More

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    Imagine a city that empowers its leaders…

    15 Sep, 2016

    On September 27th the Fellows will be presenting their research from their trip to Auckland, New Zealand last spring, and what they discovered about how this innovative city manages public right of way.  Imagine a city that empowers its leaders, elected or not, to plan, lead and implement… where plans are envisioned, funded, tested, evaluated, […] More

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    A City to Love

    12 Sep, 2016

    Today we continue our series of posts from the 2015-16 Runstad Center Affiliate Fellows. On September 27th the Fellows will be presenting their research from their trip to Auckland, New Zealand last spring, and what they discovered about how this innovative city manages public right of way.  Imagine a city where industry, economics and the […] More