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Thursday, March 20 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
TH3.15 Public Housing and the Community

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Moderator: Beverly McLean, University at Buffalo

  • Home Sweet Home: Determinants of Tenure Among Public Housing Residents
    Prentiss Dantzler, Rutgers University - Camden

  • Does Case Management Support Improve Self-sufficiency Outcomes Among Public Housing Residents?
    Kirstin P. Frescoln, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Mary K. Donegan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Mai T. Nguyen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; William M. Rohe, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Privatization in Times of Recession: The Evolution of  Chicago’s Public Housing Reforms
    Amy Khare, University of Chicago

  • The Potential for Senior Housing Projects for Community Revitalization
    Beverly McLean, University at Buffalo

  • Public Housing after Hurricane: Urban Renewal or Removal? The Case Study of Beaumont and Galveston, Texas
    Tho Tran, Texas A&M University




Presenters
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Prentiss Dantzler

Fellow / Visiting Assistant Professor, Colorado College
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Kirstin Frescoln

PhD Candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
My work focuses on community engagement to improve health and well-being for vulnerable populations. My current work is focused in public housing. I am the former North Carolina State Drug Treatment Court Manager and continue to provide national consultation on local, state, and national treatment court issues.
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Amy Khare

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Chicago
Amy Khare’s research seeks to shape solutions to persistent poverty and structural inequality, with a specific focus on affordable housing, community development, and market-driven policies. Her central line of inquiry examines how urban politics influences the privatization of public resources in a restructured U.S. welfare state. She aims to produce scholarship that is guided by and has implications for local activism and policy changes... Read More →
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Beverly McLean

University at Buffalo
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Tho Tran

Texas A&M University

Co-Authors
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Mai Nguyen

UNC-Chapel Hill
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Mary K. Donegan

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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William M. Rohe

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Moderators
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Beverly McLean

University at Buffalo

Thursday March 20, 2014 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Carranza Room (Westin 2nd Floor)