Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum
Enderly Park residents speak at the Neighborhood Campus Forum
Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park
Volunteers construct the KaBoom! playground in Reid Park
Working the garden in Washington Heights Working the garden in Washington Heights
Working the garden in Washington Heights
The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park
The KaBoom! Build in Reid Park
A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum
A Graham Heights resident and campus guest converse at the Community Campus Forum
Graham Heights wins Graham Heights wins
Graham Heights wins

Women's Safety Audit Chancellor's Diversity Challenge Fund event allows students to present their work

April 16, 2015

The Chancellor's Diversity Challenge Fund event on March 26th was a big success. The event began with a presentation by Cache Owens explaining the Women's Safety Audit process and partnership with Greater Enderly Park. She would subsequently present this discussion at the Urban Affairs Conference in Miami. The guests and students from GEOG 2000 presented their posters and were on hand to explain their research on the topics of Traffic & Infrastructure, Police/Neighborhood Partnerships, Police/Neighborhood Conflict, Environmental Issues, Housing, and Crime Reduction. The students had a chance to explain their research and gain valuable feedback from faculty and other students. We hope to convert the hard work of the students into a handbook that Greater Enderly Park and other neighborhoods can use to address these issues and learn more about them.