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  • Specializations | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    an elective for the specialization CRP 385C Community Development Mueller Fall CRP 385C Sustainable Urban Economic Development Policy TBA or Oden Spring CRP 381 International Participatory Action Research Wilson Fall CRP 388 Affordable Housing Mueller Fall Elective courses Students can pick two specialization elective courses from the list below Alternatively students can select one or two courses from the above list not picked as a specialization core course to fulfill their elective requirement CRP 383 Topics in Sustainable Development Dooling or Moore Spring CRP 383 The Built Environment and Public Health McCray Spring CRP 383 Planning for Megaregions McCray Fall CRP 385C 5 Local Development in Latin America Sletto alternate years CRP 386 Social Life of Public Places Sletto alternate years CRP 385c Right to the City Sletto alternate years CRP 384 Transportation Access and Equity McCray Spring CRP 383 Introduction to Urban Ecology Dooling Fall CRP 388K Financing Real Estate Projects Nonprofit and for profit Wegmann Spring An elective course from outside CRP or the School of Architecture can count toward this specialization but must be approved by a faculty contact in this specialization area Professional Report or Thesis Requirement CRP 398R Professional Report or CRP 698A 698B Thesis The topic of the Professional Report or Thesis must be approved by at least one member of the specialization and should focus on an issue related to this specialization 2 ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING Faculty Contacts Sarah Dooling Katherine Lieberknecht Talia McCray Robert Paterson Rachael Rawlins Bjørn Sletto and Robert Young A minimum of four courses plus thesis or professional report with a specialization focus is required to achieve an official specialization CRP program core courses do not count toward specialization requirements regardless of content Specialization Description The specialization in Environmental Planning for Sustainable Communities provides students with a grounding in the theoretical and methodological foundations legal policy aspects social justice dimensions and planning and management techniques used to address some of the most pressing environmental issues facing communities and regions today Environmental planners play central roles in a diversity of issues that range in scale including remediation of individual brownfield sites city wide park planning regional air and water pollution planning habitat conservation planning planning for climate change adaptation and mitigation for cities and regions avoiding and mitigating health impacts from environmental contaminants and planning for socially and ecologically just communities cities and regions Students trained in this specialization develop a variety of theoretical organizational and technical skills for effectively addressing the complexity of environmental issues facing communities today These skills include identifying and coordinating expertise in scientific and technical areas developing frameworks for environmental planning related policies working with communities within different social and cultural contexts and integrating justice or ethical considerations into environmental planning strategies Students trained in this specialization will be prepared to work for public and private including non profit agencies and organizations Course and Research Requirements Required Courses select 2 from below CRP 383 Introduction to Urban Ecology Dooling Fall CRP 383 Environmental Impact Assessment Seminar Paterson Fall CRP 383 Environmental Law and Policy Rawlins Spring CRP 383 The Built Environment and Public Health McCray Spring Elective Courses select 2 or more from below as available Any additional environmental specialization core course beyond the 2 required CRP 383 Introduction to Urban Ecology Dooling Fall CRP 383 Environmental Impact Assessment Seminar Paterson Fall CRP 383 Environmental Law and Policy Rawlins Spring CRP 383 The Built Environment and Public Health McCray Spring CRP 384 Urban Agriculture Systems Lieberknecht Fall CRP 383 Redeveloping Contaminated Land Paterson Fall CRP 387C Water Resources Planning Lieberknecht Spring CRP f386 Applied GIS Jiao Summer CRP f383 Land Use and Environmental Conflict Resolution Rawlins Summer CRP 383 Planning Disaster Resilient Cities Paterson Fall CRP 384 Transportation Access Equity McCray Spring CRP 385C Right to the City Sletto alternate years CRP 383 Environmental Readings Steiner Spring CRP 383 Planning for Megaregions McCray Fall Alternate courses may be acceptable subject to Specialization Faculty Approval Course Sequence and Prerequisites There is no sequence of taking courses that is particularly advantageous There are no prerequisites for the CRP courses listed here Other courses are available in other departments on campus e g Geography and Environment Civil Engineering LBJ School Geosciences but courses in engineering and the physical sciences may have prerequisites which may require additional coursework or an undergraduate degree in a related field Proposals to substitute a different course for one of the required courses listed above are welcome Students specializing in this area are encouraged to choose a related practicum course Practicum courses may be used toward either core or elective requirements depending on content Professional Report or Thesis Requirement CRP 398R Professional Report or CRP 698A 698B Thesis The topic of the Professional Report or Thesis must be approved by at least one member of the specialization and should focus on an environmental planning related issue 3 LAND USE TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE Faculty contacts Ming Zhang Talia McCray Katherine Lieberknecht Robert Paterson and Robert Young The Land Use Transportation and Infrastructure Planning LUTIP specialization requires 1 A minimum of four total courses in the area and 2 A thesis or professional report focused on a topic consistent with the specialization CRP program core courses with the possible exception of Practicum courses may not count toward the specialization requirements regardless of content Specialization Description The specialization is designed to provide students with an understanding of theories methods and techniques for integrated land use transportation and infrastructure planning and policy making Students are encouraged to approach LUTIP from a critical perspective and to consider questions such as What are the critical LUTIP issues facing our communities What sorts of goals do LUTIP methods and techniques promote Where and how should the conventional LUTIP methods and techniques be improved What are the implications social economic environmental of our choices about land use transportation and infrastructure policies and investments Students specializing in LUTIP have found jobs with cities counties metropolitan planning organizations transit agencies non profit organizations and private

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  • City Forum Lecture Series | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    jpg City Forum Dowell Myers Feb 5 2 5 16 CF Nov20 jpg City Forum Johnson Gregor Nov 20 11 20 15 CF NOV6 Parvin jpg City Forum Dr Afroza Parvin Nov 6 11 6 15 CF OCT16 5 jpg City Forum Jessica Lockrem 10 16 15 OCT2 ClackMadison jpg City Forum Mike Clark Madison 10 2 15 SEPT18 copy jpg City Forum TBA Sept 18 9 18 15 CITY FORUM April 17 jpg City Forum Informal Housing in Los Angeles Jake Wegmann 4 17 15 cityforum 4 3 jpg City Forum Austin Innovation District Sherri Greenberg 4 3 15 CITY FORUM march 27 png City Forum Momentum for Inclusive Cities Rolf Pendall 3 27 15 Slide1 JPG City Forum The Central Texas Economy John Karras 2 20 15 feb 6 city forum jpg City Forum Governance of Multifunctional Landscapes Steven Wolf 2 6 15 city forum jan 30 img jpg City Forum Economic Impacts of Historic Preservation Michael Lahr and David Listokin 1 30 15 MDF cover jpg City Forum Making Democracy Fun What Game Design Can Teach Us About Participatory Planning and Politics Josh Lerner 11 21 14 Jana at Mueller 2005 JPG City Forum Public Engagement in Urban Design Trials Errors and Occasional Successes in Practice Jana McCann 10 31 14 website oct3 jpg City Forum China Planning Workshop A decade of effort 10 3 14 cityforum poster sept19 web jpg City Forum Public health and the built environment an epidemiological perspective Eileen Nehme 9 19 14 LOCKREM jpg City Forum Social Design Creating the tools that enable citizen agency Zakcq Lockrem 9 5 14 UTSOA City Forum Agata Cieszewska Green Infrastructure in Warsaw May 2 2014 UTSOA City Forum Agata Cieszewska Green Infrastructure in Warsaw May 2 2014 5 2 14 Screen Shot 2015 06 10 at 2 32 45 PM png UTSOA City Forum Michael Holleran Public Health as a Paradigm for Preservation 1 17 14 cinthya jpg City Forum Watershed Management in Peri Urban Mexico Cinthya Garfas Galvan 11 15 13 nwokoro jpg City Forum Challenges of Physical Planning in Nigerian Cities Immaculata Ifunanya Nwokoro 10 18 13 bernstein jpg City Forum Options for a Liveable Austin Scott Bernstein 9 6 13 archives jpg City Forum Opportunity Forum Gentrification y Design Heather May 2 15 13 rosenbloom jpg City Forum Silver Tsunami Challenges to Walkability 1 11 13 City Forum Making Policies And Plans For Green Affordable Housing City Forum Making Policies And Plans For Green Affordable Housing Michael Gatto 3 25 11 City Forum Holding Public Conversation City Forum Holding Public Conversation David Campt 3 11 11 City Forum Density Urbanism And Sustainability City Forum Density Urbanism And Sustainability Terry E Mitchell 2 25 11 City Forum Coping With Density Challenges Facing American And Asian Cities City Forum Coping With Density Challenges Facing American And Asian Cities Ming Chun Lee and Ming Zhang 2 15 11 City Forum Activistas Across the Americas City Forum Activistas Across the Americas Jolom Maya etik Comite Fronterizo

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  • Planning Forum | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    CRP Latin American Studies CRP LA Faculty CRP LA Students CRP LA Alumni CRP LA Projects CRP LA Contact CRP LBJ School of Public Affairs CRP School of Law CRP Sustainable Design CRP Urban Design MSCRP Program thesis professional report guidelines PhD program PhD Degree Requirements PhD Projects Doctoral Student Profiles Doctoral Alumni Profiles Specializations City Forum Lecture Series Planning Forum Call for Submissions Civic Engagement Initiative Internships Career Prospects GIS Education Resources GIS Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates

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  • Planning Forum Call for Submissions | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search Planning Forum Call for Submissions Volume 17 Deadline January 18 2016 Send questions and submissions to planningforum utexas edu Submission Guidelines Inquiries Section Guidelines The Inquiries section is for original scholarly research and is double blind peer reviewed Submissions for this section are limited to 6 000 words and 5 images if applicable Image resolution should be a minimum of 300 dpi in jpg or tiff format Submissions should follow the APA 6th edition in style for formatting and citation Diagrams tables and images should be in separate files with their desired position in the text clearly indicated Explorations Section Guidelines Submissions to the Explorations section may take a variety of forms Critical theoretical and exploratory essays personal or journalistic accounts interviews and conversations are all welcome in addition to photo essays and other creative visual work Submissions for the Explorations section are limited to 1 500 words and 3 images if applicable for written work OR 500 words and 10 images for visual work Diagrams tables and images should be on separate sheets with their desired position in the text clearly indicated Cover Sheet Include a cover page with the submission s title author s name phone number email address and a two to three sentence biographical statement Include a word count

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  • Civic Engagement Initiative | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Showcase GIS Tutorials GIS Data ArcView Tips Planning Resources Online Student Organizations Events Performance Measures Support CRP Faculty Students Work Historic Preservation Program Degrees Offered Courses Overview Frequently Asked Questions Links of Interest Conservation Lab Work News Resources Faculty Students Alumni Student Historic Preservation Association Interior Design Undergraduate Program Courses Overview Student Achievement Master of Interior Design MID First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search Civic Engagement Initiative Students in Community and Regional Planning learn to engage the public

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  • Community & Regional Planning Internships | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    First Professional MID Post Professional MID Faculty Students News Work Landscape Architecture Program Mission Degree Programs MLA I MLA II Courses Overview Work Faculty Students Public Policy Information FAQ Sustainable Design Degree Programs and Procedures Master of Architecture I Master of Architecture II Master of Science in Sustainable Design PhD in History Preservation and Sustainability Core Course Schedule Student Work Scholarship Faculty Students Work Urban Design Degree Programs Courses Overview ULI Competition CRP Urban Design Faculty Students Work Apply Undergraduate Admissions Freshman FAQ External Transfer FAQ Internal Transfer Internal Transfer FAQ Visit the Undergraduate Program Contact Graduate Admissions Application Instructions M Arch I M Arch II MAAH MID I MID II MLA I MLA II MSAS MSCRP MSHP MSSD MSUD PhD in ARC PhD in CRP Graduate Admissions FAQ Visit Contact Student Funding Financial Aid New Student Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search Community Regional Planning Internships Frequently Asked Questions about Internships What is an internship An internship is any planning related job paid or unpaid that involves 300 or more hours of work and that promises some professional development benefits The 300 hour rule is equivalent to 20 hours per week for a 15 week semester When do I do my internship Most students do their internships in the summer between their first and

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  • GIS Education & Resources | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search GIS Education Resources Geographic Information Systems GIS are software packages used to analyze spatial information and produce maps 3D visualizations and interactive maps distributed online GIS is an important tool for planning professionals and CRP UTSOA offers students a sequence of courses to develop different levels of GIS proficiency depending on their career goals Incoming MSRCP students are exposed to the fundamentals of GIS through an optional Professional Development Week More in depth introduction to GIS is provided in the required core course Introduction to Viz Com and GIS offered in spring semester Finally those wishing to become proficient GIS professionals attend the course Introduction to Urban GIS which is a rigorous and comprehensive course taught in a lab format that emphasizes urban GIS and spatial visualization More specialized GIS training is also available in practicums or project oriented courses where students learn to apply GIS tools to specific planning issues GIS instruction in CRP UTSOA is provided using the latest version of ArcGIS which is freely available to all registered students in the UTSOA Computer Classrooms Exposure to GIS All incoming CRP students are offered a 6 hour training program in GIS during Professional Development Week held the week before the beginning of fall semester Students learn to add and overlay GIS data layers select spatial features and make basic map layouts They also learn the basics of Microsoft Excel Adobe Illustrator and Adobe PhotoShop As their final assignment they develop a poster that includes their GIS maps and also photographs charts and text elements Professional Development Week does not teach students comprehensive proficiency in GIS or how to apply GIS to planning issues The training program is designed to prepare students with no previous GIS experience for future GIS training in subsequent CRP classes Proficiency level Exposure to basic GIS tools and analysis methods Professional Development Week handbook Professional Development

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  • GIS Showcase | UTSOA [UT-Austin School of Architecture]
    Scholarships Continuing Student Scholarships Scholarship Recipient Instructions Thank you Letters Recipient FAQ Independent Research Travel Scholarships Sample Travel Proposals Travel Award Recipient Instructions Academic Employment GRA Information TA Information Other Resources Student Computer Policy Summer Academy Academics Admissions Tuition Housing FAQ Teaching Inquiries Visiting Scholar Program Resources Career Services Students Alumni Employers Events Job Board Employment Reports Conservation Lab Design Lab Information Technology Technology Lab Service Desk Computer Classrooms Software Digital Fabrication Laser Cutting CNC routing 3D Printing 3D Scanning Work Equipment Facilities Equipment Checkout Personal Computing Course File Sharing Software Support Software Downloads Plotting Studio Computing Digital Technologies Committee Printing Classroom Technology Faculty Staff Lab Use Tech Support Materials Lab About The Collection Recently Added Circulation Sustainable Events Research Material Methodology Reports Investigations Resources Newsletters Vocabulary Recommended Films Local Suppliers and Services Library Links Contact Professional Residency Program Apply Firms Schedule Courses Fees PRP Now Thermal Lab About People Projects Publications Urban Information Lab About People Work Funded Projects Visual Resources Collection Images Lighting Studio Darkroom Equipment Exhibitions Events Publications Connect Staff Libraries Centers Alexander Architectural Archives Architecture and Planning Library Center for American Architecture and Design Events Publications About CENTER Centerline Other CAAD Publications Contact Center for Sustainable Development About Faculty Fellows Partners Staff Research Publications Portfolio Program Public Interest Design Texas CityLab Projects Leander UT Austin Events FAQ Contact Texas Housing Lab About People Faculty Graduate Students Affiliates Contact FAQ Research Publications Classes Resources Recently Added Projects Resources Finding Funding Grant Administration Snell Media Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center About Mission Vision Diversity SOAvoices Support Donate Endowments Friends of Architecture Current Tours Events Past Tours Events Gift and Estate Planning Goldsmith Society UTSOA Advisory Council Contact Faculty Students Alumni Stay Connected Staff Contacts SOA Facilities Request Report Search GIS Showcase CRP UTSOA offers several levels of GIS training from basic exposure and applications of GIS tools to individualized comprehensive instruction The following are examples of final individual project reports produced by students in CRP 386 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems and group reports from other elective courses with advanced GIS applications Introduction to GIS Fall 2006 Multi family housing and crime trends in Dallas Texas Wireless availability in public libraries in Austin Texas Building permit patterns as gentrification indicator in East Austin Texas Vacant land identification in Lakeway Texas Introduction to GIS Fall 2007 Demand response transit in Brownsville Texas Hazardous materials transport in Victoria City Texas Vernacular education opportunities in Austin Texas Women of color access to health care Austin Texas Introduction to GIS Fall 2008 Comparative analysis of single member voting district scenarios in Austin Texas Relationships between socio demographic factors and home foreclosures in Colorado Developing child friendly spaces in downtown Austin Texas Analysis of marginalization and housing quality in Monterrey Mexico Housing values and development pressures Balcones Canyonlands Austin Texas Poverty hospital locations and access to health care in Monterrey Mexico Fixed guideway transit and social justice in Austin Texas Park amenities socio demographic factors and access in Austin Texas Public space and

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