A ISU architecture class encourages students to study how bodies move in relation to architectural forms.
Feb 9, 2006 DesMoines Register
After decades of decrepit school conditions, activists respond to new, multi-million dollar baseball stadium funding to ask: if baseball gets millions, why can't schools? The measure could lead to $1 billion over 10 years.
Feb 7, 2006 The Washington Post
In San Francisco schools, some African-American and Latino children are mislabeled as 'learning disabled' due to cultural and behavioral differences from the mainstream.
Feb 4, 2006 San Francisco Weekly
An editorial argues that the D.C. government has confused "economic development" with true "public benefit" in its expensive quest to build a new baseball stadium.
Jan 21, 2006 The Common Denominator
Gail Goldberg, head of San Diego's planning department, will become the General Manager of the Los Angeles City Planning Department, replacing Con Howe, who departed months ago.
Jan 9, 2006 The Los Angeles Times
A law professor publishes an article discussing how to teach a course on sprawl and the law.
Jan 8, 2006 Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
The Urban Land Institute publishes a "Global Urban Agenda", which highlights issues discussed at ULI’s World Cities Forum, 2005.
Dec 9, 2005 Urban Land Institute
The top candidate to run San Francisco's Municipal Transportation Agency would make $322,450 per year, slightly less than the national average.
Dec 4, 2005 The San Francisco Chronicle
The suburban form is taking over the world, and universities are expanding suburban studies to examine suburbia.
Nov 27, 2005 St. Paul Pioneer Press
Hurricanes in the US, an earthquake in Pakistan, and last year's tsunami have focused interest on a field now in high demand: disaster research.
Nov 18, 2005 The Christian Science Monitor