One of the founding academic partners of CityStudio London, Huron University College has been a key supporter and funder since 2019. Their total participation as of fall 2019 is as follows:
Faculty & Staff: 6
Huron University takes pride in offering their students a smaller learning environment within Western University. With an average class size of 30 students, Huron University provides students with the opportunity to engage in community initiatives and projects.
City Project: Post Parks and Paths Projects Impact Survey
A survey of theory and research in developmental psychology, including: learning, cognition, perception, personality, and social development in infancy and childhood. Each week, students complete 1.5 hours of research conducted at the University Laboratory School, in addition to 3 hours of in-class lecture. (Learn More)
City Project: Park and Paths Neighbourhood Opposition Strategies, YIMBY (Yes, In My Backyard)
Governance is about collective action and shared decision-making in a complex, interdependent, and uncertain world. Investigating organizational efficiency, policy legitimacy, and strategic objectives, this course introduces students to the theories and models of contemporary governance and explores their implementation in organizational settings across the public, private, and community sectors. (Learn More)
City Project: Community Improvement Plan Metrics and Targets (pedestrian counts, vacancy rates, business types).
This course brings all of the Project Management Institute (PMI) knowledge areas of project management together into a consolidated whole, and provides the student an understanding of project management methodologies as well as the tools and techniques used to plan, execute and control various types of projects. (Learn More)
City Project: Historic Reenactment Plan for Downtown
This course explores the ideas, historiography and practice of active history, an historiographical practice that is responsive to communities of study, the discussion of the work of historians among public audiences. The course examines key themes and the work of prominent historians who have modelled a practice of Active History. (Learn More)
This seminar course a community-based learning course structured around students' engagement with topics chosen by the instructor and elaborated by colloquia led by visiting scholars, professionals, and activists addressing global issues and problems. (Learn More)