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Terner Center Releases New Paper on Benefits of Off-Site Multifamily Construction

In a new paper published by the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, researchers examine off-site construction as an alternative production method that has significant potential to bring costs down. Read More »

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Americans and Mexicans Living on the Border Are More Connected, Less Divided

In an article written in The Conversation, Professor Emeritus Michael Dear discusses the transborder politics and vital connections between Americans and Mexicans living at the border. Read More »

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MCP Student Christelle Rohaut Wins Prestigious Schmidt MacArthur Fellowship

MCP student Christelle Rohaut and her mentor, Associate Professor Malo Hutson, were awarded the 2017 Schmidt MacArthur Fellowship. Read More »

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DCRP Professor Daniel Rodriguez Contributes Research to a Longitudinal Study on Bike Commuting

Professor of City & Regional Planning Daniel Rodriguez, as part of a team of five researchers, contributed to a study on the effect of key development and expansion of an off-road, multipurpose trail system in Minneapolis. Read More »

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CED Alumni Break Ground on Unprecedented Senior Living Community in Clovis

A local non-profit community development corporation founded by College of Environmental Design alumni Michael Sigala (MCP ‘97) and Marisa Sigala (BA Arch ‘95, MCP ‘97), is beginning work on the first mixed-income senior living community in California. Read More »

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How Will You Get To Work in 2050?

With the future so uncertain, many transportation researchers have advised elected officials and planners to start designing flexible transportation systems that will be able to adapt to changing circumstances. Read More »

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