Asheville's city government is pushing to increase the supply of affordable housing. Late last year, city staff commissioned DCRP's Mai Nguyen to compare their efforts to provide more affordable housing with what other, similar municipalities have done.
Reem Ghunaim is studying city and regional planning, specializing in economic development. She will graduate in May 2014 with a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
We did not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrowed it from our children. This adage reflects the essence of sustainable development whether applied to the environment, economy, or social and cultural sphere. A digital excerpt from the new book, Sustainable Development Projects: Integration Design, Development, and Regulation.
This book tells the fascinating story of the talented, energetic, and far-sighted faculty, students, and university administrators, highlighting the unique circumstances and opportunities that shaped the sometimes rocky evolution of the Department. Observations and anecdotes by alumni and faculty are sprinkled in the margins along with one hundred photos of people, occasions, and places.
Ever wonder what projects you could be working on as a DCRP student? We asked a couple of Nichola Lowe's students. Faculty and students at DCRP carry out an extensive body of research and engage in a variety of projects working with local communities and clients.
The Graduate Student Recognition Celebration recognizes students who receive prestigious fellowships and awards. These honorees are providing leadership that is making a significant contribution to the mission of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.