Catalog

This catalog includes the many types of resources produced by the individual partners and the partnership as a whole. For informal updates on partner work that might not include published products, visit our Activities page.

Kinder Houston Area Survey: 2022 Results

Report - By: Stephen Klineberg
May 17, 2022

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


NNIP Idea Showcase and Awards May 2022

Video - By: Altonio Smith, Jessie Partridge, Sarah Diez
May 11, 2022

Innovate Memphis
Memphis
Metropolitan Area Planning Council
Boston
Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Efforts to preserve affordable housing must be mindful of transit, quality and flood risk

Blog post - By: John Park
March 14, 2022

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Student homelessness is pervasive and hard to track. COVID-19 made things worse.

Blog post - By: Alexandra E. Pavlakis
March 7, 2022

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Houston Hopes More Homeowners Will Embrace Housing Literally in Their Backyard

Blog post - By: Matt Dulin
January 4, 2022

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Preserving Affordable Housing in Harris County

Report - By: Luis Guajardo , Stephen Averill Sherman, John Park, William Fulton
November 2021

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Affordable but marginalized: Study provides first comprehensive look at Houston’s mobile home parks

Blog post - By: Esther Sullivan, Carrie Makarewicz, Andrew Rumbach, Natasha Albert
October 7, 2021

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Student Mobility Networks in the Greater Houston Area

Report - By: Katharine Bao, Mauricio Molina, Camila Kennedy, Daniel Potter
September 22, 2021

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


The 2021 State of Housing in Harris County and Houston

Report - By: Stephen Averill Sherman, John Park, Luis Guajardo, Kyle Shelton, Jenna Lessans, Ksenia Mokrushina, William Fulton
June 2021

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


Kinder Houston Area Survey: 2021 Results

Report - By: Stephen L. Klineberg, Robert Bozick
May 2021

Kinder Institute for Urban Research
Houston


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