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Each year, DCRP students have the opportunity to take a hands-on workshop course. Workshops usually include client-facing work, collaborating with large teams on complex challenges taking place in a North Carolina community.
DCRP's Plan for All student group organized a recent trip to Stagville, formerly the largest plantation in North Carolina.
In partnership with City of Durham, Self-Help, and local residents, DCRP students focused on Food Systems and looked for workforce opportunities in Southwest Central Durham.
A team of DCRP graduate students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have conducted a study analyzing the potential for affordable housing of publicly-owned sites near future transit stations in Durham.
The League of American Bicyclists has designated UNC at Chapel Hill as a Silver-Level Bike Friendly University. The Bicycle Friendly University (BFU) program recognizes institutions of higher education for promoting and providing a more bike-able campus for students, staff and visitors.
When the floodwaters recede, each household will face a difficult decision: tear down the soaked drywall and rebuild the home, perhaps higher than before, or sell the property and move on. After Hurricane Floyd in 1999, some entire communities faced this decision.
In partnership with UNC's Center for Community Capital, JPMorgan Chase & Co. launched PRO Neighborhoods, a $125 million, five-year initiative to identify and support solutions for creating economic opportunity in disadvantaged neighborhoods around the country.
August 2010, a team of nine second-year students from DCRP travelled to Vietnam in preparation for a fall semester workshop. The project entailed creating a plan for the People's Committee of Quy Nhon, a city on the east coast of Vietnam.
We typically do not use literature for city planning texts, but Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man (1952) deserves careful consideration. Ellison weaves a narrative through New York City’s urban spatial structure to map how race is physically built into the city’s neighborhood composition, street networks, and utilities.
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