In a recent article, "The Small-City Vision Zero Challenge" by Streetsblog USA, CU Denver professor Wes Marshall addresses the many hurdles small cities face when trying to tailor Vision Zero to their communities.
CU Denver's Urban and Regional Planning Research Associate Professor Rocky Piro, Executive Director of the Colorado Center for Sustainable Urbanism, was recently interviewed by KGNU radio about the work of the Colorado Healthy Places Collaborative.
CU Denver's Urban and Regional Planning Associate Professor Jeremy Németh was interviewed by the Denver Post for their recent article, “There’s speculators buying up houses:” Denver’s East Colfax braces for transit, density and displacement."
Carrie Makarewicz, Assistant Professor in CU Denver's Department of Urban and Regional Planning was recently interviewed by Daily Camera for the article, "Chamber eyes collaborative approach to growing."
Carrie Makarewicz, Assistant Professor in CU Denver's Department of Urban and Regional Planning was recently interviewed by Denverite for the article, "Lakewood voters approve a 1 percent cap on growth."
CU Denver's Urban and Regional Planning Associate Professor Jeremy Németh was interviewed by Eater for their recent article, "An Iconic Diner May Soon Be Developed Into Housing. The Owner Couldn't Be More Relieved."
The College of Architecture and Planning is pleased to announce that Marc Swackhamer will be joining the College of Architecture and Planning as Professor and Chair of the Architecture Department on August 1, 2019.
CU Denver's design-build program received recognition from AIA for their Long's Peak Toilet project. This project explores humane waste collection and lightweight prefabricated construction in order to minimize the human footprint in Colorado's backcountry.