communities

What looks reveal about neighborhood safety

People have the capacity to judge urban neighborhood safety just by looking at physical structures, Binghamton researchers say.

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Probing public policy with a new lens

Probing public policy with a new lens

Pamela Mischen’s research into public policy uses complexity theory to shed light on why programs succeed or fail.

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Is climate change making us sick?

Is climate change making us sick?

Emerging diseases are among the most far-reaching consequences of global warming. We need to develop a geographically based framework to identify vulnerable places and at-risk populations. That will require partnerships with health professionals and policymakers.

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Geography professors explore links between race, ethnicity and place

Geographers Eugene Tettey-Fio and John Frazier don’t have to look far for examples of how race and ethnicity are changing the face of America. And they didn’t struggle to find contributors for their latest book, either. It grew directly out of a successful conference they put together two years ago.

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