Congratulations to Juan Salgado (MUP 1993), President and CEO of Instituto del Progreso Latino, for being honored for his work with the Latino immigrant communities on Chicago's southwest side. Read more.
Congratulations to Prof. Marc Doussard for winning the 2015 Paul Davidoff Book Award presented by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) for his work on Degraded Work: The Struggle at the Bottom of the Labor Market. Read more.
Urban Planning's Race and the City (GCL 146) and Urban Sustainability (GCL 126b/UP 136) are being offered as part of the university's Grand Challenge Learning Pilot project as an interdisciplinary approach to Gen Ed courses. The Pilot features 3 GCL Pathways: Health & Wellness, Inequality & Cultural Understanding, and Sustainability, Energy & Environment. The courses will be taught by UP instructors. Read more.
Beginning this semester, DURP will be utilizing space in the 1871 building in the Chicago Loop in order to provide greater opportunites for our students to engage with current planning issues and professional opportunities in the Chicago area. Read more.
Eight of our second year MUP students, Liz Bastian, Evan Alvarez, Marcia Klopf, Mungunuu Otgonjargal, Marianne Shen Yin Lin, Lori Morgan, Emily Weimer, and Shuake Wuzhati, won "The Great Upheaval: Innovative Ideas for the New Road," an innovation competition for ground-breaking ideas for the new road at the 18th annual ENO Center for Transportation Policy Summit in Washington, D.C. Congratulations to them! Read more.
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