Three UT students have been spending their summer at the Stevens Institute of Technology, New York, where they are working on research projects on urban resilience - all as part of ‘Project Hoboken’, a cooperation program between the UT and the American institute.
Two teams of UT students, two projects focused on urban resilience and two months in the U.S.: that is Project Hoboken. Its second edition has recently started and participating students are now forming their research topics – one team will focus on green infrastructure in Hoboken, while the other team plans to investigate the impact of social media on social resilience.
The second edition of Project Hoboken is starting today. As a part of this transatlantic cooperation program, six UT students will spend two months at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, where they will work on research projects related to urban resilience.