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MIPM Named Top 10 UW Graduate Program Enrolling Veterans

The Online Master of Infrastructure Planning & Management (MIPM) in the Department of Urban Design and Planning has been recognized as one of the top ten programs at the University of Washington enrolling student veterans. MIPM is designed for early- or mid-career professionals who want to advance their career and take a leadership role while…

University of Washington-led study shows new global evidence of the role of humans, urbanization in rapid evolution

It has long been suspected that humans and the urban areas we create are having an important — and surprisingly current and ongoing — effect on evolution, which may have significant implications for the sustainability of global ecosystems. A new multi-institution study led by the University of Washington that examines 1,600 global instances of phenotypic…

Professor Emerita Anne Moudon Final Lecture

Late Saturday evening, the UW department of urban design and planning held an event celebrating the accomplishments of one of their newly retired professors. Touted as her “final lecture,” professor emeritus Anne Vernez Moudon held this event to both raise money for her new fund as well as review the history of urban design and…

Professional Council Fall Bike Tour

Our incoming and existing Master of Urban Planning students were treated to a Designing Seattle bike tour the Saturday before autumn quarter started. The tour was hosted by members of the Urban Design and Planning Professional Council and had over 20 participants. The ride started at Volunteer Park and ended at South Lake Union by the…

Distinguished Staff Award Winner 2015-2016

Congratulations to our very own Diana Siembor who is the 2016 CBE Distinguished Staff recipient! The Distinguished Staff Award is intended to recognize the recipient’s extraordinary contributions to the College. We are so proud !!!

UDP PROFESSIONAL COUNCIL POSTER NIGHT

Wednesday May 25 | 7-8:30 Gould 435 CLICK TO READ MORE ABOUT THE MOST RECENT POSTER NIGHT Join us as we celebrate our graduating MUP students by coming to the UDP Professionals Council annual poster contest Wednesday, May 25. This is an opportunity for MUP’s to showcase their Thesis or Professional project in the form…

CEP Student is Recognized as a Husky 100

CEP Junior Veronica Guenther BS Economics / BA Community, Environment and Planning (CEP) ’17 was one of 100 students recognized as a Husky 100!   I am committed to implementing equitable, environmentally-conscious and economically-viable urban policy through inclusive, community-empowering practices. Currently, I’m working to further this goal as the outreach coordinator at the student-run, student-funded…

The Future City: Emergence of a New Science

The Future City: Emergence of a New Science 2016 Annual Symposium of the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Urban Design and Planning Thursday, May 5 / UW Intellectual House, 9:00 AM—4:00 PM Future City Poster Session Reception 4:30-6:00 Gould Pavilion Gallery Please RSVP by Thursday April 28, (lunch is provided) UW TODAY STORY What drives urban…

Resilience and Asian Urbanism | A Collaborative Workshop

  This joint workshop between the Center for Asian Urbanism and the UW faculty cluster for Resilience in the Built Environment highlights the UW’s capacities to apply cultural context-specific expertise to problems of urbanization across the Pacific. Preceding the 75th Anniversary conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Seattle (March 31-April 3, 2016), the…

Sustainable City Year

A group of UW faculty is considering a university-community applied research and teaching program called Sustainable City Year. It originated at the U of Oregon and now many universities, including WWU, are running similar programs. The program pairs a city and a university with a budget of $200-300K each year paid by the partner city….