An article written for The Atlantic, Losing Identity During the Refugee Crisis, quotes Rebecca Nathanson's 2013 capstone report. Read more.
We all look forward to summer. Vacations, warmer temperatures and outside activities, or perhaps a relaxed work schedule give us a variety of breaks from our normal routine. But for urban planning students, summer can be put to great use getting work experience Read more>>
Thinking about Urban Planning? Why not try one of our introductory courses to learn why we're so passionate about this field. Do you still need a Social Science Gen. Ed? Check out our UP 260 course to discover how race, class, and gender inequalities play a part in the urban landscape. Read More>>
The Lincoln Institute just published the “Policy Focus Report” version of the new book, “After Great Disasters: How Six Countries Managed Community Recovery,” by Laurie A. Johnson and Robert B. Olshansky. The full version is undergoing copy editing, and should be done in a few months. Read More>>
If you are still looking for classes to take, we've got the answers right here. Whether you want to learn more about historic preservation or become familiar with the latest in urban problem solving, we have a course that is bound to be of interest to you. Be sure to make time for one (or more) of these courses this fall!! Read More>>