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School of City & Regional Planning

School of City & Regional Planning

The School of City and Regional Planning is dedicated to crafting communities that are sustainable, just, resilient, healthy, and inclusive through world-class education and cutting-edge research.

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Explore our various academic programs at the undergraduate, master's, and doctoral levels.
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Nisha Botchwey

Nisha Botchwey Named Associate Dean, Professional Education

Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE) has named Nisha Botchwey, associate professor of city and regional planning in the College of Design and an adjunct professor in Emory University’s School of Public Health, its new associate dean of academic programs. Botchwey was selected following a national search and begins her new role on March 9.

She will maintain a joint appointment with the School of City and Regional Planning and will continue her research and teaching, advise students, and remain involved in the intellectual life of the College of Design. 

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It's especially helpful for prospective students and applicants to visit the Georgia Tech campus. Making the visit means you can meet our faculty, staff, and current students. There is no better way to get an idea of what it's like to be a student here at the School of City & Regional Planning.

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Associate Professor Perry Pei-Ju Yang Releases New Book

Urban Systems Design: Creating Sustainable Smart Cities in the IoT Era

How do we integrate urban design, systems science, and data analytics in the context of the smart city movement? Explore potential answers in the new book, Urban Systems Design: Creating Sustainable Smart Cities in the Internet of Things Era, written by Perry Yang, associate professor for the Georgia Tech Schools of City and Regional Planning and Architecture, and director of the Eco Urban Lab for the Georgia Tech College of Design, and his co-editor and co-author, Yoshiki Yamagata.

Where better to study planning than at Georgia Tech?


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