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Bruce Kogut joins scientific advisory board of Institut Polytechnique de Paris

Professor Bruce Kogut has been invited to join the international scientific advisory board of the newly created Institut Polytechnique de Paris, an agglomeration of many of the top engineering schools in France.

Saskia Sassen interviewed for BBC News segment on Sidewalk Labs collaboration with Toronto

Professor Saskia Sassen was quoted in a piece for BBC News on the controversy surrounding Google sister company Sidewalk Labs, and its plans to partner with the city of Toronto to improve disused land. Professor Sassen discussed the sensitivities of private corporations engaging in urban improvement efforts.

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Ask The Experts

We live in a different world compared to the America we knew before 2015, when the U.S. achieved marriage equality. But politics and the pandemic are contributing big changes to the way LGBTQ Americans live. 

To help LGBTQ Americans navigate those changes, we reached out to experts for insights. See what they had to say below.

  1. What are three hallmarks of the best LGBTQ city?
  2. What can cities do to protect their LGBTQ communities from the wave of new state anti-LGBTQ leglislation?
  3. What will Pride events look like this year with COVID-19 cases rising again across the nation?
  4. What are the three biggest changes likely for LGBTQ Americans if a red wave sweeps the House and Senate in the midterms?

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