Big Give — Mark Your Calendar for November 17th

You’ve heard of the butterfly effect, but do you know about the Berkeley effect? CED students personify the Berkeley effect by creating ripples in the world that enact lasting change. Be ready to support us in supporting them! Read More »


CED Alumna Presents at White House’s South by South Lawn Festival

Carmen Rojas (MCP '05, PhD City & Regional Planning '10) was a panelist at the White House's South by South Lawn Festival. Read More »


Terner Center Releases New Paper on Housing Affordability in California

Due in part to a shortage of housing supply, the growing cost of housing has resulted in a post-recession economy with strong job growth but nowhere for employees to live. Read More »


Can Urban Simulation Help Planners Be More Inclusive?

UrbanSim aims to help urban planners better understand the impact of interventions, but also to increase the inclusiveness and transparency of planning processes by involving citizens. Read More »


Professor Teresa Caldeira Named Chair of Department of City & Regional Planning

As a faculty member at CED since 2007, Professor Caldeira's work examines the relationships between urban form and political transformation in the context of democratization. Read More »


Could Granny Flats Solve the Bay Area’s Housing Crisis?

Amid the Bay Area’s housing shortage, initiatives to lessen land-use rules and permitting procedures have sprung up across the Bay. Read More »


New Study on Housing Rental Market Digs into Big Data on Craigslist

The report utilizes 11 million Craigslist rental housing listings to determine patterns and trends in rental housing markets and assess housing affordability. Read More »



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