Student Research Summaries

Students in our master's program produce research on a wide variety of urban topics such as sustainable transportation, housing, inequality, diversity, civic engagement, economic development, the third sector, development planning, and municipal politics and governance, among others. Much of this research is highly relevant to current urban policy debates and topics of civic interest.

You can find reader-friendly summaries of our students' master's research projects below. Each of these summaries includes a link to the full thesis document in the SFU Library research repository (Summit) and many also include contact information for the researcher. 

Note: The summaries found here represent only some of our students' MURB projects. More can be found in the urban studies section of Summit.

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