Research Assistants and Interns - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Research Assistants and Interns

Research assistants and interns play an important role at MPC, offering essential support for our projects, programs, and staff. They conduct original research, write blog posts and case studies, organize community meetings, perform GIS and quantitative analysis, and carry out a range of other work that are vital to the organization's success.


Winter 2019 Cohort

Margarita Bernal
Research
Xiaochen Chen
Transportation
Sam Diaz
Equitable Transit-Oriented Development
Alejandro Di Prizio
Research
Sean Farrell
Communications & Marketing
Chelsey Grassfield
Great Rivers Chicago
James Huang
Innovative Land Use
Eric Langowski
Research
Elly Leman
Cost of Segregation (Curriculum Development)
Bálint Liberman
Great Rivers Chicago
Jaclyn Martin
Innovative Land Use (Forest Preserves of Cook County Project)
Nick McFadden
Effective Government
Luis Quiñones
Our Equitable Future
Peter Roach
Tracking Local Development Projects
Martha Templeton
Research
Tiffany White
Development
Justin Williams
Government Relations
Joshua Zietse
Great Rivers Chicago

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/people/Research-Assistants-and-Interns.html

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