This issue contains the following articles: From the CURA Director, by Edward Goetz / Assessing the Role of Microorganisms in the Accelerated Corrosion of Port Transportation Infrastructure in the Duluth-Superior Harbor / by Randall E. Hicks / Detecting Racial Profiling in Minneapolis Traffic Stops: A New Approach, by Joseph A. Ritter and David Bael / New CURA Reporter Publication Schedule / 2009-2010 Faculty Research Awards / Neighborhood Responses to the Foreclosure Crisis, by Kris Nelson / Word Up: Using Spoken Word and Hip Hop Subject Matter in Pre-College Writing Instruction, by Geoffrey Sirc and Terri Sutton / Update on CURA's Neighborhood Partnership Initiative / Speeding Road Construction: Efficient Contract Design Can Lead to Faster Repairs, Fewer Delays, and Lower Commuter Costs, by Patrick Bajari and Greg Lewis / Project Funding Available from CURA / Local Food and Diversity in Public Space: A Study of the Perceptions and Practices of Minneapolis Farmers' Market Customers, by Rachel Slocum, Elisabeth Ellsworth, Sandrine Zerbib, and Arun Saldanha / Local Policy Partnership Spotlights New Research Areas, by Peggy Rader / In Memoriam: Barbara Lukermann. (For abstracts of articles, conduct a new search for the author or title of the article you are interested in.)
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