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The Yale Urban Media Project is a public scholarship initiative focused on New Haven and the region.  We are based in the Yale School of Architecture and many of our projects begin in studio and seminar settings; but not all contributors have an @yale.edu address.  The mission is to generate fruitful public discourse around architecture, city planning, and urban change through collaborative, place-based interventions.  Director:  Elihu Rubin

Hint about our website:  SHAPES are always random and different with every refresh; LIST is always chronological, with most recent posts at the top.  Thank you!


Luis Chavez-Brumell
Deputy Director, New Haven Free Public Library
Yale College '24, Major: Urban Studies


Interested in working with the Yale Urban Media Project?  Write to us:  yump@yale.edu

Now hiring:  Yale Urban Media Project Webmaster.  Please inquire with elihu.rubin@yale.edu

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The Yale Urban Media Project is supported by the Bruce McClanahan Fund for Urban Studies at the Yale School of Architecture.

Interested in supporting the work of the Yale Urban Media Project?  Please contact Jill Westgard, YSOA Development (jill.westgard@yale.edu); or Elihu Rubin (elihu.rubin.yale.edu).  

Website design by Darnell Henderson and Kyle Richardson

Website development by Nick Appleby, project manager Jason England, Yale Printing and Publishing Services

Thank you!