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URBAN STUDIES NEWS

Marshall '13 Grad School Finalist

Loren Marshall '13 was recently named as one of the finalists for the first-ever Challenge Your Perspectives program, a highly-competitive scholarship contest that aims to connect talented college students to master degree programs at top-ranking universities in Sweden. Marshall received third-place honors out of a pool of 1,629 high-achieving applicants from the United States. Students competed ...  More >>

Meads '13 Interns with the Bozzuto Group

Rising senior Faith Meads' fascination with a building's interior and exterior design have joined to spark a passion for real estate. This summer, Meads '13 is exploring real estate through a highly sought-after internship position with The Bozzuto Group. The urban studies major is working as a property management intern in the company's Washington, D.C. offices. Meads is taking on numerous roles...  More >>

Pietropaolo to Deliver Srole Lecture

Professional Urban Photographer Vincenzo Pietropaolo will deliver the Annual Leo Srole Urban Studies Lecture on Thursday, April 19. Joining the Colleges to speak about his work and the evolution and development of his hometown, Pietropaolo will give his talk, "Toronto: Almost a Great City" at 7:30 p.m. in the Geneva Room of the Warren Hunting Smith Library. Using a series of his photographs, Piet...  More >>

Wiggins Lands Job with Green Building

After working as an intern for the past two summers at the U.S Green Building Council in Washington, D.C., Tess Wiggins '12 's hard work paid off with an interview over winter break and a recent job offer. "I want a job where I can make a difference and impact the communities we live in. We are in a critical time period of our lives and it's up to our generation to make a difference," says...  More >>

Four Selected for Teach for America

In a process so competitive that a recent New York Times article compared admittance to getting into an Ivy League graduate program, Lucia Berliner '12, Kristen Kush '12, Charlotte Lysohir '12 and Gideon Porter '12 have each been selected by Teach for America for a two-year term. After graduation, the four Hobart and William Smith students will be placed by Teach for America to work in high-pover...  More >>