Can anchor institutions save New Hampshire’s polluted Great Bay? Liz Holden’s article, which can be found here on MIT’s CoLab Radio Blog, shifts the historically urban… Read More »UEP Alum Liz Holden on MIT’s CoLab Radio Blog
As part of the nationwide New Economy Week, Tufts welcomed organizer, educator and public speaker Chris Crass to explore what it takes to achieve a just and… Read More »Winning Hearts and Minds: Anti-Racism, Feminism, and the New Economy
The second installment of UEP’s Fall Colloquium series, hosted by the Food Systems Planning Coalition, featured Joan Squeri, founder of Healthy Communities Capital Consulting. Bringing together… Read More »UEP Colloquium: Fair Food Access Is Urban Planning
A recent article by UEP professor Julian Agyeman and co-author Duncan MacLaren has been featured in the latest issue of Time Magazine. The article, titled… Read More »Tufts UEP Professor Julian Agyeman in Time Magazine
UEP second-year students Tida Infahsaeng, Ian Jakus, Denise Chin, and Valerie Oorthuys have won the 2014 American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) Student Project Award… Read More »UEP Wins National Planning Award — Again!
This post comes to you from Jenny Molina, an incoming UEP student. You can see other perspectives of incoming students by clicking on “First Impressions”… Read More »Jenny Molina ’13 is drawn to UEP’s core values
The following was written by Amos Wright ’13 about his meandering path to UEP. Throughout the summer, we’re featuring posts by a few incoming students,… Read More »Amos Wright ’13 reflects on his path to UEP
The following was written by incoming UEP student Janet Lau. Over the summer, we’ll be featuring several blog posts from incoming students describing a little… Read More »Janet Lau ’13 looks forward to UEP’s intimate atmosphere