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BUCPUA professor Emily Keys Innes presents this fall’s #BUcity keynote lecture, “The Early Days: Next Steps”

On Oct. 28, Emily Keys Innes, director of planning at Harriman and CPUA adjunct professor, presented her keynote lecture, “The Early Days: Next Steps” to a group of eager students, faculty, and CPUA community members. The lecture began with a literary introduction, an epigram by Alasdair Gray––borrowed from Dennis Lee’s 1972 “Civil Elegies”––which reads: “Work […]

#BUcity Co-Lab participants learn about visual communication, portfolio design, and personal branding from BUCPUA’s very own David Valecillos

David Valecillos is a graduate of the BUCPUA Master in City Planning who now works with the North Shore Community Development Corporation as the director of design. Valecillos is also a founder and director for the Punto Urban Art Museum, an open air museum in the El Punto neighborhood of Salem, MA.  On Tuesday, Oct. […]

#BUcityplanning and Architectural Studies Host Two-Part SketchUp Workshop

On Wednesday 27th September and Wednesday October 4th, two workshops on the 3D Modeling software SketchUp were held. The Workshop was hosted by The City Planning and Urban Affairs Program and sponsored by the Architectural Studies Program.  Michael Born, president and owner of Born Illustration Inc. presented and demonstrated the use of SketchUp for a […]

#BUCPUA Students Win Toyota/Net Impact’s Next-Generation Mobility Challenge

BUCPUA’s Professor Regan (FR), Professor Sungu (L) with BUCPUA students and winning team members Luis Quintanilla (FL) and Alejandro Delgado (BR), and their prototype of “Cindy” the cane that will assist the elderly through public transportation systems.   On Saturday, February 4, students from Boston University, UMass Boston, Wellesley College, Brandeis University, Brown University, and […]