Unger Program

Program Activities

Guest Lectures | Oral History | Partnerships | Philanthropy & Economic Development | Study Visits

Guest Lectures
Smart City Presentations:
September 20, 2018 - Environmental & Sustainability Planning UST 553 Course 
September 24, 2018 - Introduction to Urban Studies Class

Judson Oral History Project
The Judson Oral History Project is a project of the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs' Unger Program and the Center for Public History and Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University. Through 2014 project collected oral histories and stories of community development and history of Cleveland from residents of the Judson Retirement Communities for use by Judson Retirement Communities, the Unger Program at the Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs and the Center for Public History and Digital Humanities. The professional staff at Judson, alongside a team from Cleveland State, conducted thirty-five interviews with residents of Judson Park.

Interviews are available through Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. The collection consists of audio interviews collected since 2002. Students, educators, and researchers from throughout Northeast Ohio have contributed to the collection, which covers a breadth of topics in Cleveland and regional history, through interviews with activists, entrepreneurs, artists, and more. Read more about this project. »

Partnership with the City Club of Cleveland
The Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Forum Program and The City Club of Cleveland engage in partnership programming

Philanthropy and Economic Development
Spotlight on Economic Development Grantmaking in Ohio, May 2015

Study Visits
Unger Program Spring 2015 Study Visit