Waterbury's Introduction to Urban Studies course takes a field trip to New York City to learn more about the former Five Points neighborhood.
Students take part in a UCS sponsored poster presentation on critical issues facing cities and communities i.e. homelessness, child poverty, crime, etc.
A major enrolled in a UCS course does a poster presentation on the pros and cons of suburbanization.
Students in a UCS course take part in a community engagement project with Waterbury's Boys and Girls Club.
UCS sponsors a day long field trip to Providence, Rhode Island to learn more about the various inner city neighborhoods and participate in a walking tour of downtown including Providence Place Mall above.
Students are led on a cultural and political tour of Providence by UCS faculty member Nick Easton. The group above stops at the URI, Providence Campus to learn more about the city.
Dr. Glasser prepares to take her URBN 2000 students underground in Waterbury.
Students descend into Waterbury's storm sewer system with the help of local agencies.
UCS faculty member Ruth Glasser and staff member Gregg Gorneault take a trip with students underground to learn more about Waterbury's storm sewer system.
Students on the Hartford, Waterbury and Torrington campuses create "Message of Hope" cards and cut out kerchiefs for individuals who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment or Alopecia.
Students enrolled in Torrington's URBN courses take a field trip to East Harlem to meet local community groups to learn about the impact of past and present trends on the New York neighborhood.