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The short-term Quartyard pop-up park in San Diego's East Village reflects the changing attitudes of the oft conservative San Diego Planning Department.
Nov 22, 2014   CityLab
My recent posts have provided advice on the exit project or thesis in planning: how to Blog Post
Apr 29, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
Completing any type of academic exit project in planning school requires more than writing a proposal and executing it. It also involves assembling and then managing a committee. "Managing up" involves working with your committee to Blog Post
Mar 31, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
In January I explored what kind of exit paper or project students of planning should prepare, why they should write such papers, and when. This month I turn to the proposal, examining key issues any proposal Blog Post
Feb 29, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
My December blog dealt with key problems faced by those heading for an end-of-school-year graduation-completing a proposal, choosing methods, starting to write, and dealing with formatting. Blog Post
Jan 30, 2008   By Ann Forsyth
For students facing the end of their masters programs, an individual exit project, paper, or thesis is often part of the final semester. Over the years I’ve watched many very competent students struggle with this process and delay graduation for years because they could not complete their thesis or project “book”. Over the following months I am going to focus on the various parts of the process of writing these documents—from literature reviews and research questions to time management and creating informative illustrations. Blog Post
Dec 31, 2007   By Ann Forsyth