Peabody Reflector

Beyond the Mall

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Special education graduate student Karin Sandmel  works with students from Currey Ingram Academy in Nashville who participated in a writing camp held on the Peabody campus in June.

Special education graduate student Karin Sandmel works with students from Currey Ingram Academy in Nashville who participated in a writing camp held on the Peabody campus in June.


James Fraser, right, associate professor of human and organizational development, testified before the Congressional Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity on July 29. U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters invited Fraser to testify. Fraser’s testimony included his research on public housing, recommendations on federal public housing policy and management, community building, and the future of public housing stock. Fraser studies urban redevelopment, particularly how cities remake themselves in response to globalization, and how citizens participate in these efforts.

James Fraser, right, associate professor of human and organizational development, testified before the Congressional Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity on July 29. U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters invited Fraser to testify. Fraser’s testimony included his research on public housing, recommendations on federal public housing policy and management, community building, and the future of public housing stock. Fraser studies urban redevelopment, particularly how cities remake themselves in response to globalization, and how citizens participate in these efforts.

photo credits: LAURA BRAAM

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