Learn more about new faculty member, Dylan Stevenson, in this Q&A including his focus on indigenous issues within the built environment and his passion for sewing!
In response to the “insipient musicality” of the built environment of a busy intersection in Paris, French composer Jacques Besse stepped out into oncoming traffic. Learn more about the relationship between schizophrenic perspectives and the complexity of urban environments in this English translation of Besse’s work by UW UDP’s own Keith Harris.
Being a part of the LGBTQ+ or underrepresented minority communities in Seattle could impact opportunities for remote work according to new research. | MyNorthwest
Brooke Bradford is an alumna of the MIPM program, (Master of Infrastructure Planning and Management), and completed her degree while simultaneously serving as Community Development Coordinator for the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict. Learn more about her experience balancing full time employment alongside the MIPM program in this alumni spotlight piece.
Creating great urban neighborhoods and taking action for environmental justice go hand in hand. Through their work, Lauren Hood, Rosa Lopez, and Madeleine Spencer discussed that crucial connection and ways we can envision and attain just and sustainable future cities. Learn more in this recording of their discussion in the UDP lecture series.