Budget issues are causing major issues for a handful of states. Neal Peirce argues these budget woes are a sign that states are making the wrong investments and that they idea of a state may be out of date.
Jul 12, 2009 Citiwire
Already a national leader in green building and looking to expand its leadership, the Los Angeles Community College District is launching several collaborative efforts to train a new, green workforce.
Jun 28, 2009 The Planning Report
With just two weeks to go in my second semester, I like to think that I know just about everything about being a planning student by now. But when 100+ prospective students came to our campus open house last week, an easy question stumped me:
"What about drawing?"
Apr 15, 2009 By
There's just one problem with academia. Sometimes it can be so academic.
Mar 12, 2009 By
On Friday, in the first week of my second semester of planning graduate school, we did the hokey-pokey. We put our right foot in, put our right foot out, put our right foot in, and then we shook it all about. We turned ourselves around. That was what it was all about.
Jan 18, 2009 By
Four months, thousands of pages and $60 worth of printing later, my first semester of planning school is over.
Really? That's it?
Dec 21, 2008 By
Most of the time it's not that hard to kind of forget that I'm a grad student. It often feels like a long, ongoing conference, but without nametags: We hear speakers (sometimes known as professors), have long lunch breaks, do exercises, then retire to the bar at night to talk about all of it. Blog Post
Dec 1, 2008 By
Hey, have you heard we're all screwed?
Nov 14, 2008 By
City Limits breaks down the differences between the two presidential candidates with a focus on urban issues.
Nov 2, 2008 City Limits
Recently I've been writing about skills that
planners need-the findings from surveys of employers and the key role or writing in the
planning skill set. Skills like writing, graphics, data analysis, and the Blog Post
Nov 1, 2008 By