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Saturday, April 11 • 10:30am - 11:55am
SA10.30.04 Income, Homeowndership, and Neighborhood Dynamics

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Moderator: Corey Bower, Niagara University

Analyzing Sustainability and Pre-World War II Suburban Neighborhoods in the United States
Katrin Anacker, George Mason University

Homeownership and the Achievement Gap:
A Meta-Analytic Evaluation

Corey Bower, Niagara University

Entrepreneurship Among Low Income Homeowners
Alexandra Browning, University of North Carolina Center for Community Capital; Mark Lindblad, University of North Carolina Center for Community Capital

Evaluating the Hamilton Neighbourhood Action Strategy
Angela DiNello, McMaster University; Hilary Gibson-Wood, McMaster University; James Dunn, McMaster University

Who is responsible for maintaining neighborhood capacity?
Amber Trout, University of Washington

Presenters
avatar for Corey Bunje Bower

Corey Bunje Bower

Assistant Professor of Leadership & Policy, Niagara University
Corey Bunje Bower is currently Assistant Professor of Leadership & Policy at Niagara University in New York. In August, 2015, he will start a new position as Assistant Professor at SUNY-Buffalo working on a new joint program in Economics and Education Policy Analysis. He finished... Read More →
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Alexandra Browning

University of North Carolina Center for Community Capital
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Amber Trout

University of Washington

Moderators
avatar for Corey Bunje Bower

Corey Bunje Bower

Assistant Professor of Leadership & Policy, Niagara University
Corey Bunje Bower is currently Assistant Professor of Leadership & Policy at Niagara University in New York. In August, 2015, he will start a new position as Assistant Professor at SUNY-Buffalo working on a new joint program in Economics and Education Policy Analysis. He finished... Read More →

Saturday April 11, 2015 10:30am - 11:55am
Windsor (2nd floor)