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Planning incorporates areas such as economics, design, ecology, sociology, geography, law, political science, and statistics to guide and ensure the orderly development of our communities.
Waterloo's School of Planning, which enjoys tremendous respect in the profession, is the only school in Canada to offer Planning at the Bachelor's, Master's and PhD levels.
The School is extending the February 1st grad application deadline to accept outstanding Domestic/Permanent Resident applications for Fall 2013 entry. Please email the Graduate Program Administrator before applying.
NOTE: our capacity for accepting international applications has been filled.
THE HEART OF OUR CITIES
Ontario’s downtown malls and their transformations
Nov. 6, 2012 - Jan. 2, 2013 @ Urbanspace Gallery, 401 Richmond St.W., Toronto
Opening lecture and discussion: Thursday, Nov. 29, 7:00pm
Please join Dr. Pierre Filion and Karen Hammond for a brief lecture and discussion at the Urbanspace Gallery.
For more info, please visit:
Dr. Markus Moos launched an Atlas of Suburbanisms website at the recent CAG Annual Meeting as part of the Congress 2012 events - Read the full details here
Dr. John Lewis will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Mayor’s forum on Age Friendly Waterloo. Read the full details
Key Challenge of Planning for Age-Friendly Communities - Professor John Lewis on Waterloo Region's Efforts - Read the full article
A great example of aspirations as Planners in understanding communities and affecting change for the better! - Professor Laura Johnson studies the Regent Park Revitalization - Read the full article