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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Academics
    research and service goals reflect the university s combination of scholarly and applied work The research activities of departmental faculty are diverse They tend to cluster around the areas of land use planning economic planning natural resources and environmental planning community development planning and international development planning as well as on planning process themes Faculty members are engaged in research on planning practice the ethics and values of planners community development planning evaluation of economic development and social welfare programs tourism and natural resources planning comparative planning and public policy issues in the international area integrated environmental planning and management watershed planning social conflict over land use and environmental issues growth management alternative dispute resolution social justice in urban areas and other related areas These interests are reflected in the curriculum structure For individuals who are seeking a joint degree the department offers several special programs Ph D Program The department also offers a research degree The Ph D Program is open to a limited number of qualified students In urban and regional planning the Ph D is most appropriate for those who intend to teach or to do research in a university in an independent research agency or in

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/academics/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    Transcripts PhD Course Requirements for C3 PhD Option B Declaration Form PhD Minor Form for Non URPL Student Majors For Graduating Students MS Plan of Study Form Graduation Documentation Master s Competency Requirement Form Evaluation Form for Non URPL Courses Professional Project Sharing Permission Form Calendars Campus Events Calendar UW Academic Calendar Graduate School Academic Deadlines Student Life Career Development Costs Financial Aid Current Students The Guide to Graduate Student

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/current/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> People
    non retail means of earning income My work analyzes the social political and economic processes that produce street level businesses My research was inspired by pragmatist theory and an interest in public policy I pursue this interest in the social organization and institutional context of entrepreneurship through three interrelated strands of research Decision making in Organizational and Institutional Context Transformations of Self and Society and Entrepreneurship in Organizational Institutional and Policy Context My research webpage is openair org Brian Ohm Professor My research teaching and outreach efforts relate to the institutional and legal framework for managing community growth and change I am particularly interested in the need to revise and update state enabling laws that govern local planning the impact of local laws on new urbanism and the takings issue I lend my expertise to a variety of governmental and private organizations Kurt Paulsen Associate Professor My research and teaching focuses on urban land use change comprehensive planning and housing The majority of my research in land use seeks to understand the causes and consequences of land use change and to evaluate planning governance and institutional processes to manage and shape spatial patterns I have also more recently focused research on understanding housing as a land use issue asking questions of exclusion and affordability Revel Sims Honorary Fellow My current research approaches the dynamic of urban change through the lens of gentrification Through this perspective I attempt to uncover the way in which urban change occurs by way of the process of displacement and eviction My work draws attention to the role that property owners financial institutions and the state perform in the process of urban displacement and gentrification more generally Adjuncts Howard Bellman Adjunct Over the years since 1965 Mr Bellman has mediated in nearly every category of dispute His work has ranged from the most ordinary civil and labor matters to international diplomacy A significant portion of his practice has included high profile multi party cases of public concern such as controversial land use determinations large scale environmental remediations school district desegregation state wide education financing litigation and Indian land claims He has been appointed as a Master or other court adjunct by Federal and State Courts including the Supreme Court of Ohio He received the 2003 Lifetime Achievement Award of the American College of Civil Trial Mediators Mr Bellman has mediated in rule making negotiations for a number of States as well as the US EPA Department of Interior Department of Agriculture Department of Education Federal Trade Commission and Nuclear Regulatory Commission Recent mediation cases include Kalamazoo River Superfund Site Cleanup Negotiations Klamath River Hydroelectric Facilities Relicensing Negotiations negotiations in the Clergy Sexual Abuse Mediation System of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee employment discrimination litigation settlement negotiations in an urban police department Spencer Black Adjunct Spencer Black represented the 77th Assembly District for 13 terms in the State Legislature  He served as Assembly Chair of the Natural Resources and was the Assembly Minority Leader During his tenure

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Extension
    several members of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning faculty hold joint appointments with the University of Wisconsin Extension as Statewide Specialists URPL Extension Specialists primarily focus efforts in the Community Natural Resources and Economic Development CNRED and the Agriculture and Natural Resources ANR programming areas URPL statewide specialists include Ken Genskow water resource planning process administration of educational programs Asl Göçmen geographic information systems ecological land planning environmental stewardship David Hart planning support systems and GIS Dave Marcouiller natural resources rural development recreation planning Brian Ohm land use law environmental regulation growth management The University of Wisconsin Extension through its four divisions Cooperative Extension Outreach and E Learning Business and Manufacturing and Broadcast and Media Innovations has a primary responsibility of making linkages between university research and the real world as experienced by the citizens of our great state Based in the 72 county Extension offices and on UW campuses around the state Cooperative Extension responds to the needs of families youth communities farmers and business people High priority programs focus on improving competitiveness and environmental sustainability in agriculture and business conserving natural resources managing community growth and change and building supportive communities for families and youth In

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/extension/ (2014-11-22)
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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Research
    2000 and 2010 According to the bar graph below faculty set forth at least 30 publications in 2009 which is the highest number in the past 10 years Furthermore of the 217 publications 37 percent were peer reviewed journal articles Planning journals in which faculty published included the Journal of the American Planning Association the Journal of Planning Literature the Journal of Planning Education and Research Landscape and Urban Planning and Zoning Practice The multi disciplinary nature of planning dictates publication in a variety of related journals including Regional Studies Regional Science and Urban Economics Land Economics the Annals of Tourism Research the Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration Tourism Economics and the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation to name just a few Faculty produced several notable books published by top tier academic press e g E Elgar Blackwell Ashgate and Routledge oh and of course the University of Wisconsin Press Many technical reports over the past 10 years have been compiled that address central elements that link theory to planning practice Thirty one reports were published by UW Extension an outreach arm of the University of Wisconsin and 8 reports were submitted to and published by the Lincoln

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Admissions
    2010 Workshop involved developing components for the 2011 2016 Wisconsin Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan WiscSCORP click on the image to the right to access the previous SCORP This represented a real world real time and policy relevant planning exercise that will have impacts on a wide array of statewide activities not the least of which is the availability and use of outdoor recreation opportunities throughout the state for the foreseeable future Based on the current WiscSCORP scope of work the instructors selected four sub issues to be addressed in specific team projects While each team project provides stand alone output for purposes of team evaluation the four teams acted collaboratively to achieve a coherent and well integrated set of reports that can be used in the formal WiscSCORP The formal WiscSCORP is a broader 18 month project initiated during the summer of 2010 For Fall Semester 2010 the four specific team projects selected for the Planning Workshop included the following click on a project for each team s page 1 Goals and Objectives in Outdoor Recreation Planning 2 Outdoor Recreation Health and Wellness Understanding Key Relationships 3 Outdoor Recreation Health and Wellness Enhancing the Relationship through SCORP 4 The

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    interdisciplinary approach to domestic tourism and outdoor recreation planning within the context of community development Key elements of this approach focus on spatial temporal characteristics markets society institutions and decision making within which tourism development and outdoor recreation planning occurs Upon completion of the course students will be able to distinguish between and critically evaluate the provision of touristic and outdoor recreation resources supply and the human motivations for leisure

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    L Lapping O Furuseth eds 2011 Rural Housing Exurbanization and Amenity Driven Development Contrasting the Haves and the Have Nots Surry UK Ashgate Publishing Green G P S C Deller and D W Marcouiller eds 2005 Amenities and Rural Development

    Original URL path: http://urpl.wisc.edu/people/marcouiller/indexbooks.php (2014-11-22)
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