ULI Seeks a Senior Visiting Fellow to Explore Links Between Health and Private 'Third Places'
January 31, 2020
Through a generous gift from the Bucksbaum family, The Urban Land Institute is seeking a Senior Visiting Fellow to explore how privately-owned and managed ‘third places’ can better contribute to individual and community health and well-being. We are interested in both indoor and outdoor environments and particularly interested in intersections between these spaces and mental and social well-being, socio-economic mixing, and community and social connection and cohesion. The Fellow will help advance knowledge by undertaking research in collaboration with ULI members and staff, and they will be responsible for developing resources to inform best practices relevant to ULI members and the real estate industry. We ask candidates to propose a research agenda and identify key research areas and questions.
For a full description of the role, expectations and compensation, please see the RFP below.
The deadline for proposals has been extended to May 1, 2020. Please send all proposals to [email protected].