Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Assistant/Associate professor (tenure-track) in Future Studies with application to Cities

Assistant/Associate Professor (tenure-track) in Future Studies with application to Cities

The Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the rank of Assistant Professor or Associate Professor (salary range $90,000 to $150,000 per annum) with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2021, or shortly thereafter.  The successful applicant will be jointly appointed to both the Faculty of Environment and the School of Planning as the inaugural “Caivan Communities Future Cities Professor”.

Friday, December 18, 2020

School of Planning Instagram Account

The School of Planning is now on Instagram! Follow our account @uwplanning for news updates about the School and Planning profession, information about events, activities, and projects, to see showcased material from students and Faculty and more!

We are eager to connect with you on a new platform! 

Thursday, December 17, 2020

Definite Term Lecturer in Urban Design & Planning Practice

The University of Waterloo invites applications from a dynamic planning practitioner and educator for a three-year definite term appointment as lecturer in the School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, with a possibility of renewal as a Continuing Lecturer. Applicants must demonstrate excellence, or the clear promise of excellence in teaching combined with extensive knowledge of, and practice experience in, urban design and planning practice.

Thursday, December 17, 2020

A Term in Review: Fall 2020

During the Spring and Fall terms of 2020, the School of Planning transitioned and adapted to the remote learning environment. The School offered various virtual events and activities for students, Faculty, alumni, and supporters to participate in. Despite the pandemic, the School and student body have shown incredible resilience, which will continue in the new year. 

Read about the following School of Planning events and activities here

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Community Planning Journal 2020

The pandemic has disrupted many of our social interactions and activity patterns; however, in some ways, it has also brought us closer to our communities. Finding contentment in ordinary places throughout our local neighbourhoods is more relevant now than ever. Whether that is taking a walk in a new neighbourhood, spending time at a park, visiting the library, or finding new ways to safely engage with others in the Downtown core, we attempt to understand community in the new normal.  

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Connor Rettinger, World Town Planning Day Social Media Contest Winner!

The School of Planning is pleased to congratulate Connor Rettinger for winning the World Town Planning Day social media contest.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

"Don't call me an urban planning pioneer", a message from Katie Turriff

"Don't call me an urban planning pioneer", a message from Katie Turriff

School of Planning alumnus Katie Turriff addresses issues in Urban Planning that perpetuate a "collective colonial amnesia".

Monday, November 16, 2020

Robert Walter-Joseph's 2020 Induction Ceremony Mini Lecture

The School of Planning was pleased to host Robert Walter-Joseph at the annual Induction Ceremony, held virtually for the first time this year!  Robert is an alumnus of the School of Planning and the Department of Geography and Environmental Management in the Faculty of Environment.

Monday, November 9, 2020

ACSP 2020 Conference Poster Presentations: Patrycia Menko

The ACSP Conference invited Graduate students to prepare poster presentations highlighting their research. Co-authoured with Leia Minaker, Patrycia Menko shares research on The Retail Food Environment in Toronto, ON.

Monday, November 9, 2020

ACSP 2020 Conference Poster Presentations: Chen Yang

The ACSP Conference invited Graduate students to prepare poster presentation highlighting their research. Co-authoured with Dr. Zhu (Joe) Qian, Chen Yang shares research on Generational Difference and Spatial Mismatch of Concentrated Resettlement Communities (CRCs) in China.

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