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  • Berke named an Outstanding Alumnus by College of Architecture at Texas A&M University — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    honored this year as Outstanding Alumni The group nominated by former students and selected for their outstanding achievements and professional leadership by a college committee will be honored at the college s 2011 Outstanding Alumni Awards DCRP Professor Phil Berke was one of the award recipients Phillip Berke who earned a Ph D in Urban and Regional Science in 1981 is one of the top two or three land use planning scholars in the U S said David Godschalk professor emeritus of city and regional planning at the University of North Carolina Berke said Godschalk is an internationally recognized land use and environmental planner whose research and publications have made major contributions in the areas of natural hazard mitigation urban land use planning growth management sustainable development and environmental planning and policy Professor Berke is also the deputy director of the Institute for Environment and the director of the Center for Sustainable Community Design He is also a collaborative research scholar of the International Global Change Institute in New Zealand presenting research findings at seminars throughout the world As a faculty member at Texas A M Berke helped found the Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center in 1988 writing and stewarding

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/news/berkealumnus (2015-06-03)
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  • chinaexchange.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    People Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News chinaexchange jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 39 7 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax 919

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  • berke700.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    People Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News berke700 jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 30 7 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax 919

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  • chinaprogramneweast.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    People Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News chinaprogramneweast jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 42 2 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax 919

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  • classaccess.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    People Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News classaccess jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 27 5 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax 919

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  • Rohecover.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    People Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News Rohecover jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 13 3 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax 919

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  • copy_of_Rohecover.jpg — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Career Services News About DCRP Contact Us Support DCRP Home News copy of Rohecover jpg Search Site only in current section Calendar Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Click to view full size image Size 13 3 kB Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH Chapel Hill NC 27599 3140 phone 919 962 3983 fax

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  • The Research Triangle: From Tobacco Road to Global Prominence — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    home to roughly 1 7 million people the Research Triangle has attracted an influx of new residents from across the country and around the world while continuing to win praise for its high quality of life At the region s center is the 7 000 acre Research Triangle Park one of the nation s largest and most prominent research and development campuses Founded in 1959 through a partnership of local governments universities and business leaders Research Triangle Park has catalyzed the region s rapid growth and hastened its coalescence into a single metropolitan area The Research Triangle From Tobacco Road to Global Prominence describes the history current challenges and future prospects of this fascinating metropolitan area Focusing on the personalities and perspectives of key actors in the development of the region William M Rohe traces the emergence of the Research Triangle Park and its role in the region s economic transformation He also addresses some of the downsides of development illustrating the strains that explosive population growth have placed on the region s school systems natural resources transportation infrastructure and social cohesion As Rohe shows the Research Triangle is not a city in the traditional sense but a sprawling conurbation whose rapid low density growth and attendant problems are indicative of metropolitan life in much of America today Although the Triangle s short term prospects are bright Rohe warns that troubling issues loom the region is expected to add nearly a million residents over the next two decades and will need to be addressed through improvements in governmental cooperation regional planning and civic leadership Finally the author outlines key lessons that other metropolitan areas can learn from the Research Triangle s dramatic rise to prominence William M Rohe is Cary C Boshamer Distinguished Professor of City and Regional Planning and

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/news/rohertpbook (2015-06-03)
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