Mentor Profile: Professor Jill Gross

Professor Jill Gross, Associate Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning at Hunter College, holds degrees from The CUNY Graduate School and University Center, The London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Michigan, and State University of New York, College at Cortland.  She teaches CHC 250: Honors College Seminar 4 – Shaping the Future of the City, URBS 403.02 Comparative Urban Politics, URBS 403.72/Polsci 212 Urban Politics, URBS 402: Urban Social and Economic Development, URBS 403: Introduction to Community Organizing, URBS 201: Planning and Policy in the Contemporary Urban Community, URBG 729: International Human Settlements: Caribbean Basin and Latin America, URBG 704: Comparative International Planning and Development: Focus Europe (Hybrid Distance Learning), URBG 704: Comparative International Planning and Development: Europe, Pacific Asia and Africa, URBG 756: Popular Participation in Planning and Development, URBG 790: Urban Development Workshop 1.