Harvard Professor Jerold Kayden's outlines the mission of Harvard's urban planning Program.
May 7, 2005 Harvard Design Magazine
Citing economic reasons the University of Rhode Island announced that it will begin the process of closing down one of two publicly funded graduate planning programs in New England.
May 2, 2005 The Providence Journal
The American Planning Association came closer than ever to endorsing New Urbanism's principles, but displayed a surprising lack of respect for many of the people who put those principles into practice, says Philip Langdon.
Apr 15, 2005 New Urban News
School districts and cities too often operate independently, as within silos, when making capitol investment in public facilities.
Apr 14, 2005 New Schools, Better Neighborhoods
Governing profiles Fred Kent, president of the Project for Public Spaces.
Apr 12, 2005 Governing
Honor students at the University of Utah use downtown Salt Lake City as a case study of public participation in the planning process.
Apr 7, 2005 Salt Lake City Weekly
After an unusually divisive debate, ACSP leadership moves the annual 2005 conference out of Charleston to support the ongoing NAACP boycott of South Carolina.
Mar 29, 2005 Global Planning Educators Interest Group
Approximately 6,000 urban planners arrive in San Francisco for the annual American Planning Association conference.
Mar 21, 2005 The San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco's Planning Department is searching for a new planning director to fix the city's 'Dysfunctional unit'.
Mar 20, 2005 The San Francisco Chronicle
Twenty-one ASU planning students submit a grievance letter to the School's director.
Mar 11, 2005 Arizona State University Web Devil