An unofficial blog of the graduate Planning program at York University
Planners Network Toronto holds network & organizing meeting, led by FES staff & students
Over 60 people attended the first Planners Network (PN) – Toronto event since 2008. The group included planners, architects and urban designers, lawyers, economists, faculty from planning, environmental studies and geography programs, as well as many planning students from 4 different universities. Read more…
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.
LAND|SLIDE: POSSIBLE FUTURES-Land Slide: Possible Futures provides a visual catalogue including essays, artists projects and artist statements on an exhibition at Markham Museum and Heritage Village in 2013. Edited by Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, Jennifer … Continued