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Featured Grants

picture of Kenya CovingtonDr. Kenya Covington, Urban Studies and Planning, has been awarded a $12,000 2013-2014 Faculty Fellowship from the John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation for her project, “Neighborhood Stabilization in the Los Angeles Metro Area.” Dr. Covington will examine 61 local Neighborhood Stabilization Programs (NSP) in the Los Angeles region to illuminate links between types of collaborations, strategies, and neighborhood impacts of NSP. The project will lead to the documentation of a robust set of inventive community foreclosure and abatement strategies that may be replicated by other private and public efforts to stabilize neighborhoods.