October 21, 2022
Professor Dan Abramson discusses several ongoing projects with Westport School District that aim to prepare the area for future climate threats, including tsunamis and rising sea levels. | The Daily World
October 16, 2022
Tim Lehman (Northern Arapaho), MLA graduate and lecturer, talks about his work with Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center and local Indigenous communities. | The Seattle Times
September 26, 2022
Manish Chalana, associate professor of urban design and planning, talks about the future of downtowns across America by looking at the past. Video. | 23 abc
August 10, 2022
Professor Dan Abramson explains the shortcomings of individual property buyouts as a response to flooding and other climate disasters that necessitate relocation. He instead suggests shifting the focus of such programs to collective aid. | Mother Jones
July 8, 2022
Researchers at UW, including affiliate associate professor of urban design and planning Philip Hurvitz, reveal the various health and economic benefits derived from the sweetened beverage tax. | UW News
July 3, 2022
As a visiting scholar in the Department of Urban Design and Planning, Chung Ho Kim has three goals: reconnect, research, and refresh.
May 24, 2022
A team of UW students, including CBE student Ziyang Liu, won 1st place and a $1000 scholarship at the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM) 12th Annual Collegiate Student Paper Competition for their paper, “Threshold-Based Planning for Westport, Washington: a Case Study.
April 26, 2022
Congratulations Talia, CEP Senior '22, for being recognized as a #Husky100 student! "I hope to work at the intersection of equitable community development and education, thinking about how students and educators can co-create spaces of learning, inside and outside the classroom."
April 6, 2022
Branden Born, associate professor of urban design and planning, talks about how the pandemic provided cities with an opportunity to explore and experiment. | The Seattle Times
February 18, 2022
We sat down with PhD candidate, Peter T. Dunn, to hear about his research within the College of Built Environments and what has made his time here as both a student and teacher successful. Please introduce yourself. P: I’m a student in the interdisciplinary PhD program in Urban Design and Planning. I have also worked…