Stephanie Pollack is Associate Director of the Kitty & Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, overseeing the Center’s research agenda as well as conducting her own research projects in the areas of transportation policy, transit-oriented development, sustainability and equitable development. Pollack is also on the core faculty for the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, teaching courses to graduate students in the Law and Public Policy program and teaching and supervising internships for the Masters in Urban and Regional Policy program. Her courses include Strategizing Public Policy, Introduction to Law and Legal Reasoning, Housing Policy and Transportation Policy.
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Maintaining diversity in America’s transit-rich neighborhoods: tools for equitable neighborhood change (with Barry Bluestone and Chase Billingham), Dukakis Center Publications (2010)
Reflections on Community Process in the Multi-Layered Communities of a Major Urban Development Project, Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review (2005)
Many legal, political and informal “community processes” were undertaken to shape the future of the...