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Professor Campo explores urban wilderness in Queens; authenticity and cities in Pittsburgh

Daniel Campo, Associate Professor in City and Regional Planning, spent large parts of the summer exploring the sometimes splendid and often overwhelming wilderness found in residual, accidental and postindustrial sites in the borough of Queens, NYC, as part of the Chance Ecologies project. During a week long residency at the Queens Museum’s Studio-in-the-Park, he documented and toured a variety of …

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SA+P Offers New Post Baccalaureate Certificate

Starting Fall 2016, the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P), under the Graduate Program in Landscape Architecture, will start offering a new Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Sustainable Urban Communities. The certificate is offered for students who desire to enhance their knowledge of the crucial issues associated with urban sustainability in a multi-disciplinary and comprehensive fashion. The Program provides for the continuing education of those professionals …

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The Accidental Playground goes Beyond Brooklyn

Associate Professor Daniel Campo presented his acclaimed book, The Accidental Playground: Brooklyn Waterfront Narratives of the Undesigned and Unplanned at MIT in Cambridge, Mass. on Friday afternoon May 8. His lecture, sponsored by the City Design and Development group in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning is caopen to the public. (See attached poster for more details.) On Tuesday …

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Professor Campo Publishes in Urban Infill

Professor Daniel Campo’s essay comparing industrial heritage projects in Brooklyn and Buffalo, “Postindustrial Futures: Adaptive Reuse vs.’As-is’ Preservations,” was published in Urban Infill 7: Historic Preservation and Urban Change (Terry Schwarz, editor). This innovative book series published by the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative examines the future of urbanism in the American Rustbelt and elsewhere.  Click here to read full chapter

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FoAM member Luanne Greene inducted as Fellow

Luanne Greene, a member of the Friends of Architecture at Morgan (FoAM), will be inducted as a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects (AIA) at an investiture ceremony at the 2015 National AIA Convention and Design Exposition in Atlanta this spring. Greene’s work as an architect and planner has transformed campus planning through thoughtful emphasis on placemaking, elevating the experience of a …

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Ashley Jones Research recognized by Minority Access, Inc.

Ashley Jones, a graduate student in the Master of Architecture program, participated in the Minority Access, Inc. annual meeting in DC this weekend.  Her presentation, “Bridging the Gap Between Art and Technology”, was recognized and positively received by the judges and student peers. Minority Access is committed to increasing diversity, decreasing disparities and reducing incidences of environmental injustices. Their mission is …

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CBEIS Hosts Helsinki New Horizons Exhibition

This summer, the Embassy of Finland chose to make the U.S. premier of Helsinki: New Horizons, a traveling exhibition created by the City Planning Department of Helsinki, at the Center of the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) on Morgan State University’s campus from June 2 – 30.   The exhibit focuses on the sustainable development of the City of Helsinki …

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School of Architecture and Planning hosts Research Symposium @ CBEIS

  You are invited to the School of Architecture and Planning’s Faculty Research Symposium.  Hear more about what SA+P Faculty are doing. Below are the following presentations. ADAM BRIDGE Tradition and Vitality: Organization and Incentive Structures for Cultural Improvement Districts LEON BRIDGES Historic Markers in Detroit, Michigan and Columbus, Indiana DANIEL CAMPO Historic Preservation in a Void: Insurgent Conservation and Urbanism Practices in Buffalo and …

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