Emeritus professor Stuart Stein dies at 84
CRP professor emeritus Stuart Stein, who as a planner and local legislator assisted in the creation of the Ithaca Commons and TCAT, died June 24 at 84. Full Story
B.S. URS Student Presents Paper at Congress for the New Urbanism
Patrick Braga (B.S. URS '16) presented a paper at the Congress for the New Urbanism in Buffalo in June. Full Story
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Grants Further Environmental Policy Research
Mildred Warner is part of a team that received a $495K USDA grant to explore how rural communities balance economic development and environmental protection. Full Story
Minner's teaching and research is focused at the intersecting domains of land use, sustainability, and historic preservation.
Beard focuses on international planning and the relationship between community-based planning and poverty in the global south.
Manville is interested in the relationship between transportation and land use, and local public finance.
Cited by the APA as the father of modern American city planning history, Reps headed the CRP program from 1951 to 1964.