Collaborations

We Seek to Inform About Urban Issues

CGQRD is proud to work with several partners to deliver a variety of educational and outreach programs. Through these collaborations CQGRD delivers programs designed to educate public officials, researchers, and the general public about important urban issues; promote social equity; and improve the practice of urban planning.

While many of these are project-specific, two are formal partnerships involving long-term efforts to build sustainable development and advance research of practical value.

One of our primary programs, the Healthy Places Research Group, meets monthly to facilitate discussion and networking among the many disciplines working to create healthy places and improve the relationship between health and the built environment.

Healthy Places Research Group

This group brings together the many disciplines working to improve the relationship between health and the built environment.

NSF Advance

At Georgia Tech, ADVANCE provides resources to reduce gender bias within the academic setting and to empower female staff members in their career development.