CRP and Extension Assist Brownville with Flood Recovery
Seventy-Five percent of the counties in Nebraska issued emergency declarations as a result of the devastating 2019 floods with a reported $1.3 billion in losses according to National Public Radio. University of Nebraska Extension and its university partners have been a driving force in these community-based recovery efforts.
June 15, 2020
Cantarero to retire after 31 Years with CRP Program
The UNL College of Architecture announces the retirement of Community and Regional Planning (CRP) Associate Professor Rodrigo Cantarero with great appreciation for his contributions and service. At the time of Cantarero’s retirement, he dutifully served the college and its community partners for over 31 years starting as an assistant professor in 1989.
May 27, 2020
Scholz to retire as CRP director after 46 years at UNL
The UNL College of Architecture extends our warmest wishes to Community and Regional Planning (CRP) Director Gordon Scholz as he prepares for retirement this summer. At the time of Scholz’s retirement, he has faithfully served the college and its alumni for over 46 years, starting as an assistant professor in 1974 at the time the College of Architecture was established.
May 27, 2020
Planning expert Noreen McDonald presents the next Hyde lecture
The College of Architecture is excited to announce Noreen McDonald, city and regional planning department chair at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will be giving the next Hyde lecture titled " Changing Technology, Changing Travel: Thinking About Our Transport Future” at 4 p.m., February 28th, at the Nebraska Union Auditorium.
February 24, 2020
Fall 2019 Video Newsletter
December 20, 2019
Tang's Research Work Recognized by JPER
October 21, 2019
CRP Students Help Flooded Village of Winslow Explore Moving Community to Higher Ground
For many Nebraskans, 2019 will probably be remembered as the year the floods came. Many towns, small and large, across the state have suffered and endured unforgiving floods, which left a wake of devastation in their paths. Among the towns severely impacted by flooding this year was the small village of Winslow, Nebraska.
October 2, 2019
2019 Spring Video Newsletter
May 23, 2019
Suite of tools, including ‘sister city’ match, brings context to climate change
Planning for climate change isn’t easy. The complexity of the issue itself is hard to digest, let alone translate into action items. But a new suite of tools designed by a group of University of Nebraska-Lincoln researchers gives municipal planners a clearer climate picture of what to expect and prepare for.
April 11, 2019
Lisa Schweitzer is the Next Hyde Lecture
Lisa Schweitzer, nationally renowned scholar and advocate for social and environmental justice, presents the College of Architecture’s next Hyde lecture.
April 4, 2019