David Miller takes job at New York engineering school

Former Toronto mayor David Miller is bringing his “expertise in city-building” to New York.

On Tuesday morning, the Polytechnic Institute of New York University announced it was taking on the former mayor for a three-year contract as a “Future of Cities” fellow. Mr. Miller will lecture and draft new courses for the engineering school, with a focus on technological solutions to urban problems.


“His insight will accelerate our historical mission of employing New York City as our urban laboratory in which we advance education, discovery and innovations that benefit the urban centres that are home to more than half the world’s population,” said university President Jerry M. Hultin in an official release.

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