Our Fellows are designers, planners, developers, public officials, scholars, activists, lawyers and journalists building dynamic, equitable, and resilient cities around the world.

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Drinks and Discourse 

Tom Wright and Gabriel Metcalf join for a special conversation on the role of the region, the future of our cities and their own work and career paths.

Conflicts of Interest in Government Relations 

Sam Schwartz lectures to clarify ethics and conflicts of interest rules.

The New Urban Crisis 

Juliette Michaelson attends a symposium on how to devise a new model of urbanism based on equity instead of the contemporary winner-take-all system.

Urban Tech Hub Launch 

Regina Myer will speak as New Lab and NYCEDC launch the Urban Tech Hub, a program that supports New York City-based innovators who are building a more sustainable, resilient, accessible and equitable city.

Dallas Festival of Ideas 

Janette Sadik-Khan attends the Dallas Festival of Ideas to spark ideas to make Dallas a better and more equitable place to live.

Smart Cities NYC '17 

Tom Wright, Adrian Benepe and Jerry Hultin speak at the first conference and expo on the intersection of technology and urban life.

APA National Conference 

Join APANY for the APA National Planning Conference Local Reception from 6:30–8:30pm at The New York Public Library’s historic Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.

ReThink NYC Plan 2050: Penn Station & a Post-Moses New York 

Join Margaret Newman and Sam Schwartz for a panel on rethinking how we invest in our public infrastructure in a Post-Moses New York.

Riverside Park Conversancy Spring Gala 

The Riverside Park Conservancy will honor Charles McKinney, the first Riverside Park Administrator and former Principal Urban Designer for NYC Parks, at their Spring Gala.