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  • People — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Admissions 2015 Open House Process FAQ Financial Assistance Program Performance Academics Doctoral Ph D Guidelines PDF Masters Planning Specializations Planning Tracks Dual Degrees Other Programs Undergraduate Minor FAQ Course Listing Fall 2015 Courses PDF Spring 2015 Courses PDF GIS Library Resources Engagement Engagement Research Centers Urban Land Use Planning GIS Library Resources Carolina Planning Journal People Faculty Emeriti Faculty Students Planners Forum Class of 2015 Class of 2016 Doctoral Students

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  • Staff — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    919 962 4779 Email jennifer butler unc edu Hours 8 00 5 00 Philip McDaniel GIS Librarian Research and Instructional Services Department Davis Library Phone 919 962 1151 Email philip mcdaniel unc edu Teresa Phan Administrative Office Assistant New East Office Suite Phone 919 962 3983 Email teresa phan unc edu Hours 8 30 5 00 Udo Reisinger Information Specialist 111 New East Phone 919 962 4782 Email udo unc

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  • People — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    circumstances in which incentives can work if we re smart about where when and how we pursue them read more Researching Latino Contributions to North Carolina Dr Lowe has been exploring institutional differences across local labor markets that not only shape how Latino immigrants apply and develop skill but influence the kinds of barriers they face in harnessing their expertise for occupational advancement read more Student Research Land Readjustment across planning cultures DCRP doctoral student Erik Vergel presented the paper Land Readjustment across planning cultures a dialogue between Japan and Latin America in urban planning The case of Colombia and Brazil at the LASA Conference in San Francisco read more Students come to the department from around the globe The educational backgrounds of students cover a wide range of undergraduate fields Among them are architecture biology business economics engineering forestry geography geology history landscape architecture philosophy political science psychology public administration sociology and urban studies read more Keeping House Will the dream of homeownership start coming true for more minority and lower income Americans I think so Roberto Quercia says because in the future the bulk of borrowers are going to be minority or low income Necessity I think will make us learn how to do this correctly read more Students Make an Impact Each year the UNC at Chapel Hill Graduate School recognizes graduate student research that is improving the lives of people in North Carolina and beyond Tina stands out among her cohort for her ability and willingness to take the lessons learned from her research and go the next logical step in authoring a tangible solution said Prevatte s adviser Nichola Lowe read more How to get America to walk US cities have long catered to a population that prefers to drive How do you remake a city into a pedestrian dream The BBC s Franz Strasser went to Raleigh North Carolina where he met with DCRP student Matt Tomasulo to discuss his Walk Raleigh project read more CTP Alumni career Panel The Carolina Transportation Program recently hosted an Alumni Career Panel to discuss the best ways to find a job after graduation The alumni panel relayed stories about how they entered the field skills they recommend and even what DCRP courses they found to be most useful in their careers read more Design Revival 24 Design Revival 24 is rooted in the conviction that helping communities in need is a core calling of design professionals everywhere 2010 DCRP Alumna Kate Pearce describes her experience as a team of planners landscape architects architects and engineers volunteered 24 consecutive hours of design work to the town of Bluefield WV read more Chapel Hill 2020 Planning for Sustainability DCRP s David Godschalk discusses features of 10 outstanding comprehensive plans from around the country in terms of how well they meet sustaining places principles read more Turn Foreclosure Frustration into Policy Action Opinion Roberto Quercia Occupy Your Home advocates across the country have good reason to demonstrate their frustration over

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  • Career Services — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    current section Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Send this page to someone Fill in the email address of your friend and we will send an email that contains a link to this page Address info Send to Required The e mail address to send this link to From Required Your email address Comment A comment about this link The Department of City and Regional Planning New East

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  • News — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Disasters at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are co sponsoring a graduate certificate program in the study of Natural Hazards Resilience Planning for the New Economy Volume 40 Planning for the New Economy 2015 Planning With Partners Expanding access to water and sanitation in India The water and sanitation problem in the developing world is far too big for charity alone DCRP Workshop LRT Station Area Affordable

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  • Carousel Banners — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Climate Change Adaptation Student Research What makes some CaBi stations more used than others Researching Latino Contributions to North Carolina How to get America to walk N C historic preservation work increases as economy improves Pharmaceutical Mergers Yield Spinoffs Carolina Planning Journal Chapel Hill 2020 Planning for Sustainability DCRP hosts the Divided Cities and Regions Symposium Turn Foreclosure Frustration into Policy Action Design Revival 24 DCRP Event Regaining Relevancy 2012

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  • Images — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
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  • UNC, N.C. State students win national urban design contest — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Urban Land Institute Hines Design Competition The team s plan for an area within the East Village neighborhood now a mishmash of new housing old warehouses and parking lots is called Family Oriented Development The design emphasizes neighborhood diversity affordability and walkability and accommodates the diverse needs of families of different sizes ages and economic levels The NCSU UNC team bested the other finalists from Harvard University the University of Maryland and the University of Pennsylvania in San Diego on April 8 2010 The NCSU UNC team members were Maria Papiez leader Rebecca Myers Jeff Pleshek and Matt Tomasulo from NCSU and Daria Khramtsova from UNC Professor Robin Fran Abrams director of the School of Architecture at NCSU was the lead teaching advisor for the team during the competition DCRP Professor and Chair Emil Malizia also advised the team For the first time Professors Abrams and Malizia combined their courses an urban design studio at NCSU and a real estate development workshop at UNC Chapel Hill There were 20 graduate architecture or landscape architecture students in the studio course and 10 graduate city and regional planning students in the workshop The first phase of the competition began in January 2010

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