CRP Summer Internships: From Mexico to Cleveland
Thirty five students participated in the summer 2015 M.R.P./M.A. Cooperative Internship Program, working in locations across the country and around the globe. Full Story
Planning Student Awarded Rockefeller Grant to Research Gender Dimensions of Climate Vulnerability
Sarah Dougherty (M.R.P. '16) plans to use the grant to research and coauthor a paper on climate change vulnerability and resilience planning in Indonesia. Full Story
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CRP Receives Engaged Cornell Advancement Grant
A group of six faculty received a grant to advance "existing community-engaged courses that articulate a clear goal for further development of their program." Full Story
Forester researches the micro-politics of the planning process, ethics, and political deliberation.
Charles’s teaching and research examines physical, social, and economic changes in neighborhoods.
Schmidt is the director of graduate studies, and researches the political context of land use planning and decision-making.