An unofficial blog of the graduate Planning program at York University
Why Should MES Planning Students Attend Planning Conferences?
Attending conferences is a serious investment in time, energy and personal costs. So why do students make the decision to dedicate time to travel, attend the conference, and pay for it? Below is a list of reasons, based on the experiences of MES Planning students, for why conferences are important for students attend. Read more…
York University Environmental Planning and Design Summer 2014 Workshop
Staff from Dillon Consulting Limited recently taught the York University Environmental Planning and Design Summer 2014 workshop course. The course took students through the work done to date and currently underway to re-imagine Toronto’s Port Lands.
Check out Vancouver’s Senior Downtown Planner & Canadian Institute of Planners President Michael Gordon’s Pecha-kucha exploring how we can “nurture the SPONTANEOUS and have some FUN!”
Michael’s Pecha-kucha had me laughing out loud. I have had the pleasure of seeing him present a few times this year, and he continuously provides laughter, insight, and encouragement in his presentations. You can follow Michael out on Twitter @MichaelVancity Read more…
Student Profile: Susan Jin-Susan aspires to be a great Urban Planner for communities in need, representing and advocating for the inclusion of the marginalized voices in planning procedures. Upon completing her Bilingual Honours degree in International Studies from Glendon Campus at York University, … Continued