Macaulay Futures of NYC Conference

The final Core Seminar considers how public policy shapes urban development. Students analyze the interplay of social, economic, and political forces that shape the physical form and social dynamics of New York City. Over the course of the semester, students collaborate on a team research project and then present their work at a cross-campus conference. Presentation categories include:

  • Education
  • Transportation
  • Housing
  • Economic Development
  • Urban Infrastructure
  • Poverty and Inequality
  • Crime and Policing
  • Urban Food Systems
  • Public Health
  • Urban Environmentalism
  • Land Use and Public Space
  • Culture and the Arts
  • and other current topics

Experienced professionals from related industries and disciplines are invited to listen in and partake in the discussion with students.


Lisa Brundage

Lisa Brundage
Director of Teaching, Learning and Technology

Macaulay Honors College
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