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6/26/18
This course studies the methods used to create and implement plans to solve diverse environmental problems.  Each week this course studies a different problem. There are assigned readings about the problem, the plan-making process, and the specific methods used at the field trip site. 
6/26/18
Multi-use trails along former rail rights-of-way (‘rails to trails’) provide obvious transportation and recreational benefits. But trails also have public health, livability, environmental and economic benefits, and can be an important source of community pride and identity. The focus of this studio is to investigate the background, opportunities and constraints associated with a potential ‘rails to trails’ project in an urban setting.
6/26/18
This fall, three graduate studios are collaborating on a plan for the future of Erie County Medical Center’s (ECMC’s) properties, in relation to the Kensington Heights community. This will be the fourth year in a row that Architecture, RED, and URP have collaborated on a complex project. The arrangement creates a dynamic, interdisciplinary learning environment.
6/26/18
Practitioners in Historic Preservation (HP) and Real Estate Development (RED) often work closely together to rehabilitate and adaptively re-use historic properties. The RED professional engages market research; site analysis; pro forma, financing and investment analysis; branding and marketing to analyze a development proposal from an investment prospective. 
6/26/18
The Colloquium presents an interdisciplinary series of guest lectures by planning faculty, faculty from other disciplines (including architecture) doing relevant research, PhD students, and occasional school guests.   
6/26/18
The final exercise for the Master of Urban Planning asks you to demonstrate your capabilities as a planner by preparing a planning report of professional quality on a specific place. 

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