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Professor Jason Corburn Publishes Article on Slum Upgrading and Health Equity

Professor Corburn's paper evaluates urban slum upgrading from cities across the world and concludes that few capture the multiple health benefits of upgrading because they fail to consider the interrelated social and medical determinants of health. Read More »

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Bucking a trend, the Twin Cities have grown more densely populated in recent years

Kolko, a senior fellow at the Terner Center for Housing Innovation at the College of Environmental Design, determined that 41 out of the 51 U.S. metros with over a million people have become more suburban in recent years. Read More »

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The Transformative Effect of Pogo Park, One of America’s Most Innovative Public Spaces

The Transformative Effect of Pogo Park, One of America’s Most Innovative Public Spaces Read More »

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DCRP Ranked #2 Graduate School for Urban Planners by Planetizen

The Department of City & Regional Planning at the College of Environmental Design was ranked as the second best graduate program nationally by Planetizen. Read More »

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DCRP Students Bo Chung and Jaime Lopez Awarded USAID Global Development Fellowship

CED master's students Bo Chung and Jaime Lopez were the recipients of a competitive USAID grant which supports cutting edge solutions to address pressing sustainable development challenges. Read More »

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New Study by Justine Marcus and Miriam Zuk Shows Impact of Housing Crisis in San Mateo County

Many low-income San Mateo County tenants have been priced out of their neighborhoods and driven to homes much farther away, leaving them with fewer job options and health services, according to a new study. Read More »

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The Department of City and Regional Planning at UC Berkeley. Read More »