Robert L. Santos, director of the U.S. Census Bureau, will discuss leveraging data to advance equity and diversity, lessons learned from the 2020 census, and plans to reach historically undercounted communities in 2030.
This program will highlight historic patterns of significant student mobility, what it means for student outcomes and strategies for supporting students.
This webinar includes a summary of the 2023 State of Housing in Harris County and Houston report. A panel discussion with local experts will follow.
The annual luncheon brings together hundreds of business, nonprofit and community leaders to learn about the leading issues facing our community and country.
Ruth J. Simmons, a leading voice in higher education, will be in conversation with Ruth N. López Turley, director of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research.
Join the Kinder Institute's Houston Education Research Consortium for a conversation highlighting recent pre-K research.
During this event, findings from a recent survey of HISD student and family needs will be shared. Breakout sessions will be organized around a series of key areas of need in the district, such as health, housing, basic needs, and extracurricular supports.
The Ten Across Summit will convene a premier group of leaders and experts to discuss important issues such as water, energy, infrastructure, equity, democracy and risk.
Rice University's De Lange Conference explores the dynamic interactions between technology, society, and culture. More specifically, the conference will address the challenges of information technology, health and medicine, and climate change from the three perspectives of technology, culture and society.
Learn about current and ongoing research efforts by Houston Education Research Consortium and Houston Independent School District researchers.
The Kinder Institute for Urban Research shares findings from the third State of Housing in Harris County and Houston report.
Urban affairs journalist Scott Beyer shares how a free-market approach to housing, transportation, public administration and more can create more livable cities.
After two years of virtual events, the 2022 Kinder Institute Luncheon will once again be one of Houston’s most insightful gatherings of business and community leaders!
Technology historian Peter Norton discusses his book, "Autonorama: The Illusory Promise of High-Tech Driving."
Shin-pei Tsay is the global head of cities and transportation policy at Uber. Her experience converges at the intersection of design, policy and governance to transform the built environment, with a focus on sustainable and inclusive transportation.