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    Enterprise meets with DCRP students to discuss community development
    Recently DCRP students were fortunate enough to meet with DCRP alumnus Philip Porter (MRP ’96) about the exciting opportunities at Enterprise Community Investment, Inc.
    Students test accessibility
    Students in “PLAN 638: Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning” recently participated in an activity to demonstrate how pedestrian design elements and the built environment affect disabled individuals.
    Berke Presents Research on Community Resilience and Reduction of National Hazard Risks
    Philip R. Berke, DCRP Professor and director of the Center for Sustainable Community Design and deputy director of the Institute for the Environment (IE) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill briefed the National Academy of Engineering this past summer about a national research initiative designed to build community resiliency and reduce risk from natural hazards.
    Godschalk co-chairs new sustainability planning initiative
    Campanella awarded Rome Prize
    Thomas Campanella, DCRP associate professor was named 2010-2011 fellows of the American Academy in Rome. Campanella was tapped with the Katherine Edwards Gordon Rome Prize in the design category for “From Rome to Robert Moses: Recovering the Legacy of Michael Rapuano.”
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