Within days of the presidential election, a publication entitled Indivisible: A Practical Guide for Resisting the Trump Agenda began circulating online, eventually drawing attention from The New Yorker, NPR
On January 30, Assistant Professor of Architecture Daniel Barber is among the panelists talking about “
Beginning Wednesday, January 18, PennDesign hosts more than 50 leading architects, artists, designers, planners, preservationists, and scholars in public lectures on the built environment and visual culture.
The Philadelphia Chapter of Women in Transportation honored Amtrak Infrastructure Planning Manager Natalie Shieh (MCP’09) as its “Woman of the Year.” The
On September 27, Crossways Professor and City and Regional Planning Department Chair John Landis testified before the Senate Majority Policy Committee (
Humans have always been influenced by natural landscapes, and always will be—even as we create ever-larger cities and our developments fundamentally change the nature of the earth around us.
Erick Guerra, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, and
Professor of City and Regional Planning Lisa Servon was recenlty invited to talk about her new book,
This winter, PennDesign faculty have been called upon by the media, cultural organizations and universities to share their expertise on topics from preservation in China to mid-century architecture in urban Brazil.
This century will see a substantial majority of the world’s population living in urban centers, and the challenges to both the public and private sectors are manifold. In working toward a coordinated global response, Eugenie Birch, Lawrence C. Nussdorf Professor of Urban Research and Education in the Department of City and Regional Planning and Co-Director, Penn Institute for Urban Research, led a 24-person delegation from Penn at Habitat III, the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Development held in Quito, Ecuador.
Vincent Reina, Assistant Professor of City and Regional Planning, has received the 2016 Ph.D. Dissertation Award from the Association of Public Policy and Management (APPAM) for his work at the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy.
Although the decades following World War II stand out as an era of rapid growth and construction in the United States, those years were equally significant for large-scale destruction. Francesca Russello Ammon's