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Spring Courses in Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan

22. March 2006 • Brandon
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This may be of interest to many regular readers:


May 2-June 23 at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and Detroit
All courses open to undergraduates, graduate students, and working professionals. Continuing education credits available.

History of Housing in the United States

Historic Preservation and Urban Conservation

Funding Your Ideas: Grant and Proposal Writing

Guiding Metropolitan Change: Introduction to Land-Use Planning and Growth Management

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

Visit for registration information.

As an added bonus, AU contributor Dale is teaching the historic preservation course.

  1. Dale, I’m hearding mad buzz from the underground re: your class.

       —Brandon    Mar. 23 '06 - 08:00PM    #
  2. Oh, man—the underground is my key target demographic! Score!

    It does make sense, though, that there is unserved demand in a college of arch/planning where such a course hasn’t been offered in a while, and this is a practical course that relates to a number of LS&A-type departments.

       —Dale    Mar. 23 '06 - 08:27PM    #