Economic & Community Development
Faculty: Howell Baum, Scott Dempwolf, Chengri Ding, William Hanna, Marie Howland, Gerrit J. Knaap
At University of Maryland, College Park:
Mapping Innovation Opportunity in Maryland
Research on the social, spatial, and technological characteristics
associated with innovation and how to create
regional environments that
foster innovation and growth.
- Technical Reports
At Morgan State University
National Center for Smart Growth
Morgan Community Mile Economic Development
Northeast Baltimore neighborhood initiative to engage stakeholders in
producing mutually defined community plans and projects, measurable
outcomes, and positive community impact.
The SEED Initiative's primary objective is
to develop, promote, and
implement an equitable and sustainable economic development approach in
PlanMaryland, the State's first state-wide development plan.
- STAR Project:
Working with local governments, civic organizations, and local residents in Western Maryland to identify the particular needs and opportunities for sustainable economic development.
RECENT STUDENT WORK: