SURP students bring innovative planning techniques to communities in South Florida, engaging one of the most unique metropolitan regions in the country by demonstrating the myriad ways planning can improve quality of life.
This Mentorship Program aims to assist in bridging the gap between students and practitioners.
This year's theme is 'Identifying and Avoiding Ethical Traps.'
SURP Instructor Sherryl Muriente featured in the documentary 'ReGeneration City.
Eric Dumbaugh offers a national webinar on urban freeway eliminations as part of the Congress for the New Urbanism’s Highway to Boulevards Initiative
Gisla Bush received the 2014 Robert A. Catlin/David W. Long Memorial Scholarship from the Planning and Black Community Division (PBCD) of American Planning Association (APA).
His research referenced in feature article
Faculty developing courses on eco-innovations in cities
One of four awardees in the country named by the Journal of Planning Education & Research
His M-Path Park Project in Kendall awarded funding from The Miami Foundation
Town Hall lectures feature Duany, Gallagher, Plater-Zyberk and more