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
AAP NYC Set to Expand Offerings in New Space
AAP NYC is moving to 26 Broadway, where it will be housed on the 20th floor of the landmark building in a space designed by Gensler architecture firm. Full Story
Food Systems, Rural Economies, and ... Planning?
A profile of Becca Jablonski '03 (Ph.D. CRP '14), who is studying regional food systems and rural agricultural community and economic development. Full Story
Christopherson is an economic geographer and leading expert on the economic impacts of natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale.
Campanella's work lies at the intersection of several fields; city planning, landscape studies, and urban environmental history.
Beard focuses on international planning and the relationship between community-based planning and poverty in the global south.
Forester researches the micro-politics of the planning process, ethics, and political deliberation.