Our Events

The Mansueto Institute hosts a robust schedule of lectures, conferences, and events to support the exchange of new ideas and developments related to urban innovation and the science behind cities. We invite you to explore our calendar of upcoming events.

Events Calendar

6/13/2019 Lunch Colloquium Series: Dr. J. W. Hanson, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Classics, University of Reading Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B

Lunch Colloquium Series: Dr. Celine Rozenblat, Professor of Urban Geography, University of Lausanne

Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B


Lunch Colloquium Series: Dr. Daniel T. O’Brien, Associate Professor, Northeastern University

Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B
4/16/2019 Lunch Colloquium Series: Dr. Roland Fletcher, Professor of Theoretical and World History, University of Sydney Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B


Lunch Colloquium Series: Dr. Haneen Khreis, Assistant Research Scientist, Texas A&M Transport Institute

Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B
Panel Discussion “Revisiting a Trailblazing Text: Robert Park and Ernest Burgess’ The City” Regenstein Library
3/13/2019 Mansueto Institute Lecture: The Kind of Problem a City Is University of Chicago, Hong Kong Center
2/14/2019 Mansueto Mapathon: One Million Neighborhoods Initiative Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240B
1/16/2019 Kreisman Panel Discussion: Space, Equity, and Lessons Learned from the Housing Field  International House, University of Chicago
11/30/2018 Lunch Colloquium Series: Rongjun Qin Searle Chemical Laboratory, 240A
11/4/2018 San Francisco Harper Lecture: The Kind of Problem a City Is San Francisco, CA
11/1/2018 Citizenship, Migration, and Urban Space Symposium Chicago Cultural Center
10/30/2018 Urban Innovations Series: A Conversation on the Future of Cities Oriental Institute Museum, University of Chicago
7/19/2018 Lunch Talk with Juval Portugali: Complexity, Cognition, Information, and the City University of Chicago
5/15/2018 Roundtable Discussion: Housing and Racism in the Age of Trump and Grenfell National Public Housing Museum, Chicago
5/2018 Urban Innovations Series: Designing Re-entry for Women and Cities Chicago Cultural Center