SURP students bring innovative planning techniques to communities in South Florida, engaging one of the most unique metropolitan regions in the country by demonstrating the myriad ways planning can improve quality of life.
Gisla Bush received the 2014 Robert A. Catlin/David W. Long Memorial Scholarship from the Planning and Black Community Division (PBCD) of American Planning Association (APA).
His research referenced in feature article
Faculty developing courses on eco-innovations in cities
One of four awardees in the country named by the Journal of Planning Education & Research
After anchoring the Ft. Lauderdale campus for over 20 years, the school will permanently relocate to FAU’s main campus
SURP graduate and undergraduate students awarded highest marks at FAU Research Symposia
Profiled as a member of the Broward Cultural Council’s Public Art & Design Committee
His M-Path Park Project in Kendall awarded funding from The Miami Foundation
Town Hall lectures feature Duany, Gallagher, Plater-Zyberk and more