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We are hiring for two faculty positions in economic development and housing & community development. Apply to join the Georgia Tech and School of City & Regional Planning community today!
First Handbook of International Planning Education Released
School leaders Nancey Green Leigh, Steven P. French, Subhrajit Guhathakurta, and Bruce Stiftel edited The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education, released this month.
Our Recent Work
- Our faculty publish their research and academic advancement to several professional journals, as well as to SmarTech, the Georgia Tech library’s repository for Institute intellectual property. Use the links below to experience some of our most recent work!
- “Including Youth in the Ladder of Citizen Participation: Adding Rungs of Consent, Advocacy, and Incorporation” Botchwey, Nisha
- “Sustainable and Resilient Urban Water Systems: The Role of Decentralization and Planning” Leigh, Nancey Green
- “A Geodesign method for managing a closed-loop urban system through algae cultivation” Yang, Perry Pei-Ju
- “Millennial First-Time Homebuyers and Location Choice” Raymond, Elora
School of City & Regional Planning leaders at the Georgia Institute of Technology Nancey Green Leigh, Steven P. French, Subhrajit Guhathakurta, and Bruce Stiftel edited The Routledge Handbook of International Planning Education, released this month.
Georgia Tech academic and research faculty are invited to submit seed grant pre-proposals to the Mild Cognitive Impairment Empowerment Program. Pre-proposal deadline is August 29, 2019, by 5 p.m.
Ramachandra Sivakumar and Arthi Rao are each on a winning team that will help communities plan for a "smart future."
Stephanie Merrick, a 2019 Diversity and Inclusion Fellow, invites you to a panel and discussion on increasing the awareness of sexual harassment on campus. The talk will be led by Georgia Tech subject matter experts.
School of Building Construction Fall 2019 Lecture | Spiro Pollalis | Harvard Graduate School of Design
Planning Sustainably: An Infrastructure-based Approach
REDESIGNING CITIES: The Speedwell Foundation Talks @ Georgia Tech is a series of talks and conversations between leading urbanists that address 21st Century challenges.
This month we highlight the Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) Prevention Research Center's community health needs and assets assessment process and how the data are being transformed by MSM Bioinformatics Unit into a website/portal for community access.