AICP Student Project Awards

Brubaker, Jeffery
April 2007
Planning;Apr2007, Vol. 73 Issue 4, p28
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The article reports on the 2007 AICP Student Project Award given to students from three universities in the U.S. The Application of the Planning Process award was given to 13 graduate students from the Department of Urban and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for their project "Two Squares, One Place." The Contemporary Issue award was won by the graduate students at the Urban Studies and Planning of the Portland State University for their "Going Public! Strategies for Meeting Public Restroom Need in Portland's Central City" project. The Applied Research award was received by the planning students from the Department of City & Regional Panning at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design for their "Changing of the Guard: A New Vision for Fort Monmouth."


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