GCPE Thesis, Capstone, and DPC Presentations: URBAN PLACEMAKING AND MANAGEMENT
November 28, 2022 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM
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Each evening, masters students from the Graduate Center for the Environment and Planning share culminating research on a variety of topics, from trauma-and-sensory informed planning, to queer urban histories, counter-mapping, and the virtual commons.
NOV 28 – URBAN PLACEMAKING AND MANAGEMENT
Walker Johnston, Embodied Placemaking: the Potential for Communal Healing from Place-based Trauma
Semire Bayatli, Sensory Placemaking: Understanding User Perception to Enhance Experience
Clay Grable, Shoring Up: Community, Equity and Resilience on the Waterfront in Kingston, NY
Alex Zarookian, Adaptive Approaches to Moving Place: Strategic Placemaking for Community Migration Due to Climate Change
Alex Lipnik, The Future of Curbside Delivery