The Social Ecology Graduate Programs Preview Day/Conference is free and open to all students who are interested in learning more about the graduate application process and degree programs in the School of Social Ecology.
Lunch will be provided.
In the afternoon students will have the opportunity to attend a degree-specific session from the program they are most interested in.
The Master of Urban and Regional Planning program will host a Diversity in Planning Workshop
“Successful, vibrant, happy cities arise out of the visions of many, not the powerful few.” - Jane Jacobs, urbanist and activist
Your visions are needed! Come learn about opportunities in professional planning education and careers for people from a wide range of backgrounds who have interest in serving and improving lives across diverse communities. MURP program faculty, current students, and alumni will engage with attendees in interactive discussions and activities.
Be sure to indicate MURP as your program of interest when you register for the event. We look forward to seeing you there!
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Questions about the workshop? Contact Alyssa Stanford, MURP Program Outreach Coordinator.