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UNC’s Department of City and Regional Planning is entering our 8th decade of producing leaders in the planning and development field.
The department's distinguished faculty members hold advanced degrees from the nation's most prestigious universities in city and regional planning and in a broad range of planning-related fields of study, including architecture, business, civil engineering, economics, human ecology, landscape architecture, law, public affairs, technological & environmental planning, transportation, urban studies, and water resources.
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) welcomes Mary Wolfe as their new Student Governing Board Representative. Mary is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in City & Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, concentrating on transportation, travel behavior and infrastructure & equity. Mary’s term will begin this spring and run through Spring 2019.
The educational backgrounds of students cover a wide range of undergraduate fields. Among them are architecture, biology, business, economics, engineering, forestry, geography, geology, history, landscape architecture, philosophy, political science, psychology, public administration, sociology, and urban studies.
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