Urbanist In Residence

Dominic Moulden

DOMINIC MOULDEN The UofO is proud to announce Dominic Moulden as our inaugural Ernest Thompson Fellow for Program and Coalition.  Dominic T. Moulden is a longtime resource organizer at Organizing Neighborhood Equity (ONE DC), a collectively-led organization that builds people power and economic and racial equity in Washington, DC. He is a frequent lecturer at …

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Robert Sember

Robert teaches Interdisciplinary Arts at Eugene Lang College and is on the faculty of the Lang College Prison Education Initiative.  He is also an associate at C4 Innovations where he supports recovery-oriented and community and peer-based programs focused on mental health and substance use.  Robert is a member of the international sound-art collective, Ultra-red, which …

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Ayako Maruyama

Ayako Maruyama is a Filipina-Japanese designer, educator and illustrator. She spends energy thinking about people, art, public-engagement, biking, urbanism, and community connectivity across thresholds. As part of the Design Studio for Social Intervention with Lori Lobenstine and Kenneth Bailey, Ayako Maruyama co-authored and co-illustrated the recently published book, Ideas Arrangements Effects: Systems Design and Social Justice. …

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Nupur Chaudhury

Nupur is a public health urbanist who looks at cities, communities and connections through a grassroots lens. A bridge builder and translator in the fields of urban planning and public health, she has developed and implemented strategies to support residents, communities, and neighborhoods challenge power structures to build just, strong, and equitable cities. She has led …

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