Elsevier’s TRD Journal announces new section on Disasters and Resilience
April 24, 2018

Elsevier announces the formation of a new section of the international journal Transportation Research D focusing on Disasters and Resilience. This section will be edited by Karl Kim (University of Hawaii), John Renne (Florida...

Dr. Mitsova published in The Journal of Environmental Planning Management
April 24, 2018

The Journal of Environmental Planning Management published Dr. Diana Mitsova’s research on Spatial decision support for nature-based shoreline stabilization options in subtropical estuarine environments.

Charting Coastal Resilience
December 07, 2017

SURP’s Dr. Diana Mitsova and other experts presented research on coastal resilience during a King Tide event on board the Lady Atlantic.

NPR’s Here and Now featured CUES Director John Renne
December 07, 2017

Dr. John L. Renne contributes on NPR’s Here and Now on 12/7/17 talking about Brightline, the private-public partnership, high-speed rail project delivering service to South Florida which relates to his research into rail...

SURP Director Dr. Steven Bourassa quoted in The Guardian
November 30, 2017

As reported in The Guardian, the US spends twice as much on a tax break for the rich as on rent for the poorest.

Dr. Bourassa and Dr. Renne featured in Special Report on Planning in Florida Weekly
November 30, 2017

Florida Weekly’s Special Report on Planning in Florida featured input from two researchers at FAU’s School of Urban & Regional Planning.

November 26, 2017

How can urban planning students succeed as professionals?

November 02, 2017

Planners in attendance at APA’s 2017 National Planning Conference answer that question, providing answers that range from improving access to parks to building a sustainable future. Interested in learning more?

October 01, 2017

WALKscope is a mobile tool that collects data related to sidewalks, intersections, and pedestrian counts in the Denver metro area. This information will help create an inventory of pedestrian infrastructure, identify gaps,...

Florida APA announces Minority Scholarship
September 20, 2017

The Florida Chapter of the American Planning Association Minority Scholarship is meant to celebrate planning and foster increased interest in planning by providing financial support for planning students who are members of...