The final presentations for UP 835: Research Seminar for Planners and Architects, will take place on Friday, April 11 from 2 to 4 pm in room 2147 (please note time change). During this course doctoral students have been working on drafts of a dissertation scale research proposal. This presentation is an opportunity for them to share their ideas for their research with faculty and students, and get feedback at this important stage in formulating their dissertation ideas. As many of you know these presentations are an annual ritual and have benefited from strong faculty and student participation in the past. Please come out, share your insights, and learn about the exciting work our doctoral students are doing!
The presentations will proceed as follows:
2:00-2:40: Doug Kolozsvari, Sub-Saharan Railways: Transitioning from Colonial to Sustainable
2:40-3:20: Salila Vanka, Community Parks in Bangalore: Citizen Participation in Public Green Space Planning
3:20-4:00: Matt Heins, The Shipping Container as a Spatial Standard and Conceptual Unit in the Era of Neoliberal Globalization