The Department of Planning and Landscape Architecture is committed to establishing and maintaining a supportive climate of inclusion, diversity, and collegiality among our interactions and through our actions and policies. We envision a department in which all individuals are engaged in a vibrant learning community, where ideas, experiences, and perspectives are supported, nurtured, and developed to their highest levels.
DPLA’s own Edna Ledesma has cordially invited the DPLA community to attend the URPL Workshop/ LA Regional Design Final Review next Friday December 4th. The review is broken up into two sessions, with a detailed …November 25, 2020
Check out the new Farm2Facts merchandise here: https://merch.undergroundshirts.com/collections/farm-2-facts. Farm2Facts is a research lab on campus that analyzes farmer markets data to help them improve accessibility such as increasing SNAP benefits, public transportation access, etc.November 4, 2020
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The City of Madison’s Planning Division is hiring a part-time Intern to assist in the transportation planning work of the staff in the Regional Transportation Planning section of the Division, which staffs the Greater Madison …November 25, 2020
Tenant Resource Center (TRC) has an exciting job opportunity for a skilled professional. The Tenant Resource Center is a dynamic, nonprofit, membership organization that has served Wisconsin since 1980. We are dedicated to promoting positive …November 25, 2020
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