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Connected in Crime: Using Network Analysis to Understand Violence in Chicago

Andrew V. Papachristos

Loyola University Chicago Lecture March 13th, 2014. Loyola alum and current Yale professor Andrew Papachristos explored how understanding the growing field of network science helps understand Chicago's gun violence epidemic.

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Kale Williams Award 2014

Congratulations to Risa Visina and Michael Janusek, CURL Undergraduate Fellows, who have been named as recipients of the 2014 Kale Williams Award for Exceptional Work in Promoting Human Rights and Social Justice.

Donate to the Kale Williams Scholarship Fund

In honor of Kale Williams and his career as a social justice advocate and scholar-in-residence, CURL is leading an effort to endow the Kale Williams Scholarship Fund. The fund will support continued commitment by future generations of students to his work and ideals.

Spring 2014 Friday Morning Seminars

Check out our upcoming presentations in 2014! CURL Friday Morning Seminars are held regularly on Friday mornings from 10:30am until 12:00pm throughout the Fall & Spring semesters in the CURL Library (Cuneo Hall, 4th Floor).

December 2013 Newsletter

Check out CURL's latest newsletter!

New Issue of Gateways e-Journal

CURL's e-journal Gateways, co-published with the University of Technology Sydney Shopfront, is now available on-line. The focus of this issue is on various facets of university-community partnerships and research collaborations.

CURL Videos

Check out CURL's videos! Each video focuses on a different dimension of the work and activities of the Center for Urban Research and Learning including staff, student, and community partner perspectives. Sean Young, CURL Graduate Fellow, developed, created, and edited the videos.

Undergraduate Fellows

CURL Undergraduate Fellowships facilitate student participation in collaborative research projects with community-based organizations, social service agencies, health care providers, businesses, and government agencies. As fellows, students are active participants in improving the quality of life of all members of the Chicago metropolitan region.

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Center for Urban Research and Learning
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