Congratulations Dr. Gilderbloom!!!
Winner of UofL's President’s Distinguished Faculty Award for Research 2013
Congratulations to UofL's UPA department!!! Recently ranked in the top 25 planning schools in the nation.
Summer, Fall and Winter internship programs
I got my start as an city planner working as a Graduate Research Assistant for Sustainable Urban Neighborhoods at the University of Louisville. Dr. G. was one of those cool, rock star professors that made learning so exciting and fun. He hired me because I quoted Malcolm X when asking him a question at a conference session. They engaged me to work on a micro-enterprise development program in Louisville's West End. In addition to urban design and transportation planning, I got... to do groundbreaking research on the Grameen Bank model of micro-lending before there were things like Kiva and crowd-sourcing. Our research was published in the National Journal of Sociology. It was really interesting work. He was the kind of boss who totally engaged my passion for city planning. I feel very fortunate that I got to work for him and Tom Lyons. Good to see Dr. G. Preaching the gospel in the Washington Post!
Why one-way streets are bad for everyone but speeding cars
WELCOME to the award winning homepage of the University of Louisville's Sustainable
Urban Neighborhoods Program (SUN). SUN's mission is to explore
which foster empowering individuals in the community, promoting neighborhood
revitalization and self-sufficiency achieved through community
Former U of L President John Shumaker remarked that, "SUN through its
sheer tenacity helped turn an eyesore of blocks and blocks of boarded-up
into a development that the entire city can be proud of." We hope you
enjoy our website!
Newest issue of Sustain Magazine
LOUISVILLE REAL ESTATE
Annual Hawaii International Conference on Social Science
Innovations in American Government
And Letters From:
former President Bill Clinton
former HUD director Cisneros
Amsterdam: planning and policy for the ideal city?
Historic preservation’s impact on job creation, property values, and
INTERCITY RENT DIFFERENTIALS IN THE U.S.
HOUSING MARKET 2000: UNDERSTANDING RENT
VARIATIONS AS A SOCIOLOGICAL