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Venue: Indigo West Foyer [clear filter]
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Thursday, March 17

10:40am PDT

2:55pm PDT

Friday, March 18

9:30am PDT

9:49am PDT

9:50am PDT

PS1.0 Hurricane Sandy and New York City Population & Housing Characteristics Indigo West FoyerNathan Frey PS10.0 Homeownership and Housing Outcomes: Does Tenure Really Make a Difference? Indigo West FoyerKristin Aarland, Oslo and Akershus University PS13.0 Housing Experiences of Cuban Refugees in the Miami Metropolitan Area Indigo West FoyerSeyeon Hwang PS14.0 Metropolitan Size and Housing Affordability Stress in U.S. Metropolitan Areas Indigo West FoyerChristopher Wheeler PS15.0 Exploring Urban Youths' Perceptions of Recreation Centers in Atlanta, Georgia Indigo West FoyerCameron Herman PS16.0 Measuring Social Impact: Using the Capability Approach to Explore How Social Enterprises Combat Social Problems Indigo West FoyerRasheda Weaver PS18.0 Why the Performance of Modern Streetcar in China does Not Meet Expectations? A Case Study of Modern Streetcar in Nanjing and Shanghai Indigo West FoyerDa Fei PS19.0 Informal Settlements in the Contested City: A Case Study of Aleppo During the Syrian Civil War Indigo West FoyerFelicity Cain PS20.0 Hmong American Farmers in Wisconsin: Economic Adaptation Through Agriculture Indigo West FoyerShuayee Ly PS21.0 From Plan to Practice: How to Measure the Impacts of Long-Range Transportation Plans? Indigo West FoyerMichael Oram PS22.0 Neighborhood change, one pint at a time: The impact of local characteristics on craft breweries Indigo West FoyerJulie Wartell PS23.0 The Spatial Dimension of the Relationship between Concentrated Poverty and Health: An Analysis of U.S. Metropolitan and Micropolitan Areas, 2001-2010 Indigo West FoyerStraso Jovanovski, Rutgers University - Camden • David Okereke PS27.0 Exploring Synergies Between Climate Change and Social Vulnerability On Urban Health in Latin America Indigo West FoyerIvan Ramirez PS28.0 Power by the People: Why Law-Abiding Citizens Support Criminal Organizations? Indigo West FoyerLahoma Thomas PS29.0 Community Input for the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry Indigo West FoyerRachel Christensen • School of Global Policy & Strategy • Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies PS31.0 The Retail Wars: The Built Suburban Environment and the Evolution of Community in Maryvale, Arizona, 1970-1980 Indigo West FoyerAnthony Pratcher II PS32.0 Considerations for Modeling Natural Hazard Evacuation of Mobile Neighborhoods and Mobile Parks in the Texas Valley Region Indigo West FoyerAlexander Abuabara PS33.0 Route Restructuring of TARTA at Downtown Loop in Toledo, Ohio Indigo West FoyerTaslima Akter PS35.0 Neighborhood Change led by Transnational Force: Case of Koreatown, Los Angeles Indigo West FoyerYoungjun Kim, University of Illinois at Chicago PS5.0 The Portland Climate Action Collaborative: From City Vulnerability Assessment to Community Resilience-Building Indigo West FoyerAnandi van Diepen-Hedayat PS7.0 Access to Access: Healthcare for Immigrant and Refugee Populations in San Francisco Indigo West FoyerAmanda Smith PS9.0 Hidden Faces in Hidden Places: Engagoing Youth to Map, Photograph, and Facilitate Action around Suburban Food Insecurity Indigo West FoyerGlennon Sweeney

3:15pm PDT