IPPA organizes an annual summit where students, faculty, and experts from the field meet to discuss current issues in international policy and management.
Colored ribbons 18-feet-long stretched taut over steel bars, melting into brightly colored duct tape clinging to pavement outside the East Boston Public Library.
In Antalya Turkey, Regional Planning PhD Alum (2009) Nedim Kemer has designed and installed a combined plastic litter trap an
As we celebrate Black History Month, we pause to recall and honor the history of Black Americans, and their contributions in the United States.
Landscape Architect Carolina Aragón WINS Climate Change Communication Award for Art Installation Depicting Future Flood Levels in Boston
Research on Regional Housing Needs Allocations in Sou
Photographs from a project to map the land cover of Massachusetts using aerial photography in the 1950s, spanning from 1951 to 1999, were acquired by Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) in 2008.
LARP Planning Studio Wins "Student Project Award" by the Massachusetts chapter of the American Planning Association
Professor Jack Ahern, FASLA retired at the end of the Spring 2020 semester after 34 years in LARP at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.