Climate Change and Urban Planning in the North Texas Metroplex
CIRP 5332 — Project Studio
CIRP 4391 — Studies in City & Regional Planning
June 6 – August 16
Graduate students and selected advanced undergraduate students in this innovative studio course will engage in a research program examining how urban planners and cities in North Central Texas are addressing the complex challenges of climate change.
This course qualifies for credit in the Environmental and Sustainability Studies minor.
Contact Dr. Jeff Howard, School of Urban & Public Affairs
Environmental and Sustainability Studies minor Steven Nunez, an Architecture Major, has been named a McNair Scholar. Congratulations, Steven!
McNair Scholars Program
9:00-noon, 100 Nedderman Hall
Open to all
For a second year, Prof. Stacy Alaimo (co-chair of the University Sustainability Committee) has organized a nifty symposium that gives faculty and students from across the campus a chance to talk about promise, prospects, and pratfalls of courses and academic programs focusing on environment and sustainability. It’s a morning-long think tank on the foundations of the sustainability-oriented curricular development efforts that are manifesting at UT Arlington in various forms: the Environmental & Sustainability Studies minor, the Environmental Science major, the Interdisciplinary Studies MS in sustainability, etc.
March 23, 9:00-noon. Open to all.
schedule and poster
Tomorrow’s lecture by Dr. Frank Foss, part of the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Lecture Series, has been canceled.
Info on lecture series