In a co-authored cover story for the Stanford Social Innovation Review winter issue, Beth Gutelius writes that the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how digital tools can foster online engagement that leads to real benefits for working people.
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The Washington Post quotes Beth Gutelius in a story on the pressure that warehouse workers across the country have faced during the pandemic and how retailers’ holiday sales starting earlier will intensify the workload for these employees.
This report offers an in-depth, detailed look at the range of ways in which warehouse work and the industry as a whole might change with the adoption of new technology over the next five to 10 years.
GCI Director Teresa Córdova is quoted in a South Side Weekly story about the Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy's recent report on the decline of Black population on the South Side of Chicago.
The Santa Fe Reporter newspaper conducted a Q&A with Beth Gutelius about her recent co-authored report that examines technology’s impact on the current and future warehouse industry and workforce.
This report is a follow up to a May 2018 gathering of researchers, street experts, and service delivery professionals sponsored by the Great Cities Institute.
WBEZ Chicago highlights a new report released by Alternative Schools Network using data produced by UIC Great Cities Institute for out of school and out of work 16 to 24 year olds.
The Chicago Reporter published a column from co-authors of a GCI report on the changing nature of gang violence in Chicago and the need for policies and policymakers to adjust.
A new planning framework developed by the Great Cities Institute offers strategies to address environmental and economic issues in communities located along the Calumet River on Chicago's Southeast Side.
The Chicago Tribune published an article about Great Cities Institute's newly released report on the changing nature of gang violence in Chicago and the need for policies and policymakers to adjust.