City and Regional Planning 2023 Presentations and Celebration of Research

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Yike Xu (M.L.A. '24) presents research. image / Linda Shi

Join the Department of City and Regional Planning for a day of presentations and a celebration of research.

We have two exciting events lined up. First, the Crowley Celebration of Research will feature exciting posters made by our students. Then you can learn more about the work of our department during workshop presentations.

 Event  Time  Location
 Crowley Celebration of Research  9–10:30 a.m.  Sibley Dome 
 Workshop Presentations  12:30–2 p.m.  101 Sibley Hall

Crowley Celebration of Research

9–10:30 a.m.
Sibley Dome, second floor of Sibley Hall

This event marks the end of the year by sharing and celebrating City and Regional Planning student research. Please come to view posters from across our student population, including undergraduate Regional Planning theses, Master of Regional Planning exit projects, Historic Preservation Planning theses, Regional Science theses, and Ph.D. research. Refreshments will be provided. 

Workshop Presentations

12:30–2 p.m.
Room 101, Sibley Hall

Workshop classes are a requirement of the Master of Regional Planning (M.R.P.) curriculum, and an opportunity for engaged learning and applied practice. This end-of-year showcase will feature workshops from four classes. Students from each of these classes will make a brief presentation about their work and then engage participants in a discussion about the strengths and future directions of this pedagogical approach. The event is open to all across campus, an opportunity to engage with the City and Regional Planning department's students and faculty.  

  • Mildred Warner: Local Government Workshop 
  • George Frantz: Salamanca Workshop 
  • Mitch Glass: Chicago Workshop with the Sweet Water Foundation
  • Linda Shi and Jamie Vanucchi: Ithaca Workshop on Flooding and Housing Justice

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