SYLLABUS UP 201 spring 2013

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action=book&id=1 Monday, Monday, February 25 MID-TERM EXAMINATION Wednesday, February 27 (Norman) Chapter 11: Urban Renewal and Community Development Community Development Block Grant Program: 2010 – 2015 Consolidated Plan (CDBG/East Lansing): Development/Grants/20102015ConsolidatedPlan/ Monday, March 4- NO CLASS; Spring Break Wednesday, March 6- NO CLASS; Spring Break Monday, March 11 (Jeong) Continuation of urban renewal/community development discussion “Urban farming is growing a green future” “Cleaning up brownfields” - news/2010/02/12/cleaning-up-brownfields.aspx Wednesday, March 13 (Norman) Chapter 12: Transportation Planning Monday, March 18 (Norman) Chapter 13: Economic Development Planning June Thomas and Julia Darnton, “Social Diversity and Economic Development in the Metropolis,” Journal of Planning Literature 21 (2006), 2 (November): 153- 168. Wednesday, March 20 (Norman) Chapter 14: Growth Management, Smart Growth, and Sustainable Development Monday, March 25 (Jeong) Continuation of Chapter 14 discussion and Urban Farming
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Abbott and Margheim. “Imagining Portland’s Urban Growth Boundary”. Journal of the American Planning Association . 2008, vol 74, no 2, pp. 196 – 208. Smart Growth/Comment: An Ambitious Movement and Its Prospects for Success; Downs, Anthony. “Smart Growth: why we discuss it more than we do it.” Journal of the American Planning Association . 2005, vol. 71, no. 4, pp. 367 – 380. Wednesday, March 27 (Norman) -LAST DAY TO SUBMIT GROUP POWERPOINTS in the course ANGEL Drop Box (by 10:00 a.m.) Chapter 15: Environmental and Energy Planning Chapter 16: Planning for Metropolitan Regions Shandas and Messer. “Fostering Green Communities through Civic Engagement.” Journal of the American Planning Association . 2008, vol 74, no. 4, pp 408 – 418. Schilling and Logan. “Greening the Rust Belt”. Journal of the American Planning Association . 2008, vol 74, no 4, pp 451 – 466. Monday, April 1 (Jeong) Chapter 17: National Planning in the United States Chapter 18: Planning in Other Nation (Korea & China) Wednesday, April 3 Group Powerpoint Presentations Monday, April 8 Group Powerpoint Presentations Wednesday, April 10 - Group Powerpoint Presentations Monday, April 15 - Group Powerpoint Presentations Wednesday, April 17 - Group Powerpoint Presentations Chapter 19: Planning Theory Krumholz, Norman. “A Retrospective View of Equity Planning: Cleveland 1969- 1979” Journal of the American Planning Association , 1982, vol 48, no. 2, pp. 163 – 174. Krumholz, Norman. “Advocacy Planning: can it move to the center?” Journal of the American Planning Association . 1994, vol 60, no. 2, pp. 150- 151. Monday, April 22 Continuation of Chapter 19 discussion
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Wednesday, April 24 Continuation of Chapter 19 discussion and final exam review FINAL EXAMINATION: Wednesday, May 1 at 3:00-5:00 pm.
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