The School of Planning is pleased to announce the second installment of the 2020-2021 AGP Speaker Series, featuring Dr. Zhixi Zhuang, an Associate Professor at the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson University and a Registered Professional Planner.
The School of Planning in partnership with the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering are pleased to present From Silos to Synergy, a virtual event addressing how Planners and Engineers can collaborate to support societal change.
A message from the Ontario Professional Planners Institute
November 8 is World Town Planning Day. On this day every year, planners in over 30 countries celebrate by hosting and engaging in activities to raise awareness of the importance of planning in their communities.
Week 3 of the Pragma Council Conference focuses on "Future Foundations: The Nature of Community".
The role of planning in creating inclusive public spaces
Week 2 of the Pragma Council Conference focuses on "Future Foundations: The Nature of Home".
The 2020 Ceremony of Induction into Professional Planning Education
Incoming Planning students and their supporters are invited to celebrate and mark the beginning of their Planning education. This online event is an opportunity to be introduced to fellow inductees, School of Planning faculty, staff, alumni, and current students.
5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Virtual Induction Ceremony
RSVP by October 9, 2020
Spring 2020 Pragma Council Conference titled:
"Shaping the City: Actors, Power, Process and Outcomes"
Speakers: Dr. Matthias Sweet, RPP and
Dr. Raktim Mitra
- Topic: On-demand ride-hailing in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area: Who are users? And how has this changed?
Topic: StudentMoveTO: Insight to Action on Post-secondary Students’ Transportation Behaviour
Equity planning and the remaking of socio-spatial peripheries in Medellín
Speaker: Luisa Sotomayor PhD, MCIP, RPP
Dr. Luisa Sotomayor is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, where she is also the Coordinator of the MES Planning Program. Her research and teaching focus on urban inequalities, governance, urban politics, community planning and housing. Luisa holds a PhD and a M.Sc. in Planning from the University of Toronto, and a B.A. in Sociology from the National University of Colombia.