Raquel Pinderhughes, Ph.D. is Professor and Chair of Urban Studies and Planning Department at San Francisco State University. She teaches courses on urban environmental planning and policy issues and runs the department's internship program. Read more about Raquel Pinderhughes.
What's New Spring 2013
Roots of Success Environmental Literacy Curriculum:
New ten module version of the Roots of Success curriculum available. Six customized versions available for youth and adults. For more information go to rootsofsuccess.org
Urban Affairs Association:
Participated in a lively panel on the "activist scholar" with colleagues who are part of the emerging URBAN network, composed of engaged scholars throughout the United States.
Greening of Prisons:
Jointly authored paper for the Federal Department of Corrections on the greening of prisons, can be found at the NIC's website, Greening of Corrections.
Green Jobs Report:
Research study on pathways out of poverty through green jobt training and workforce development can be found at Green Collar Jobs
Green Jobs Training Model:
The Pinderhughes Green Jobs Training Program Model continues to be used throughout the United States and other countries to provide youth and adults from underserved communities with pathways out of poverty and towards post-secondary education and employment.For more information on the model go to Ella Baker Center