Profiles of the Next Generation of Planners, Part 5

Three masters-level planning students share why they decided to choose planning, and what they see as the future of planning.

In the fifth and final edition of our ongoing series profiling urban planning, development, and design students from across the country, masters students from Rutgers University, Cal Poly, and the University of Maryland, share their aspirations of furthering the goals of planning through academia, political participation, and applying U.S. planning ideas to communities in one student's home country of Mexico.

Thanks to Erin Clark

Full Story: Profiles of the Next Generation of Planners V

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