Planning the Future of Past World's Fair Sites
CRP students from Ithaca and AAP NYC visited Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens to tour the park and imagine future possibilities for the historic site. Full Story
Schmidt Receives Grant for Pilot GIS and GPS Training Program in Africa
The project will pilot GIS and GPS training sessions in Tanzania and Zambia, with the hopes of producing training workshops in other sub-Saharan countries. Full Story
Student RecognitionMore News
CRP Ph.D. Grad Receives Dissertation Award
Sudeshna Mitra (M.R.P. '07, Ph.D. CRP '13) was recently awarded the Gill-Chin Lim Award for the Best Dissertation on International Planning. Full Story
Minner's teaching and research is focused at the intersecting domains of land use, sustainability, and historic preservation.
Campanella's work lies at the intersection of several fields; city planning, landscape studies, and urban environmental history.
Guest is an attorney and preservation advocate who lectures on preservation topics including economics, advocacy, and ethics.
Cited by the APA as the father of modern American city planning history, Reps headed the CRP program from 1951 to 1964.