Urban Activators is a rotating group of students from the Illinois Institute of Technology who work with the Bronzeville community to research and identify solutions through urban design. Through research, community engagement, local organization partnership and stakeholder meetings Urban Activators propose small and effective ways to improve the Bronzeville community.
Each semester long cohort of students is called "IPRO" and designs both on- and off-line tools for engagement. IPRO 330 installed The Forum's beloved "Forum Chalk" from which we continue to gather community input in response to the question, "I Wish 43rd Street Was..."
More on IPRO 330: Bronzeville Placemaking
Watch a video on the IPRO process.