Zhenwei Peng – IACP Faculty Highlights

彭震伟 (Zhenwei Peng) 同济大学建筑与城市规划学院城市规划系教授。 Professor of Urban Planning Department, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University. 彭教授1986年毕业于同济大学建筑系城市规划专业本科,1989年获得北京大学人文地理硕士学位和2003年获得同济大学城市规划与设计专业博士学位。 Professor Peng graduated from Tongji University with a bachelor’s degree in urban planning in 1986. He got the master’s degree in human geography from Peking University in 1989 and PhD in urban planning and design from Tongji …

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IACP Meeting at 57th ACSP Conference in Denver, Colorado

The IACP annual meeting was held at the ACSP conference in Denver, Colorado on Friday 10/13/2017. Prof. Jason Cao (IACP President 2015-2017) stated the mission of IACP, introduced previous IACP presidents, and thanked the 2015-17 board members for their great contribution. Prof. Cao then talked about numerous and fruitful activities and conferences that IACP convened …

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IACP Yuelu Forum (岳麓论坛) Held in Changsha, China

IACP Yuelu forum—The International Symposium of Hilly City and Architecture, jointly hosted by IACP and Hunan University, was held at the School of Architecture, Hunan University, Changsha, on June 20-21. The symposium invited more than twenty well-known experts, including domestic and international scholars and professionals. This symposium is comprised of six themes: ecological rehabilitation and …

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The 5th Dean’s Forum Successfully Held

The 5th Dean’s Forum, co-organized by the IACP and Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), was held at the School of Architecture, HIT on June 16, 2017.  The forum included four themes: planning education and exchange in the US; planning accreditation; planning curriculum and pedagogy; and planning professional development. Prof. Jason Cao from University of Minnesota …

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FACULTY POSITION-Urban Studies-NYU Shanghai

NYU Shanghai is currently inviting applications for several tenured and tenure-track positions in different disciplines relating to urban studies. Specifically, we seek applications in the following broad areas: 1) architecture; 2) urban planning 3) urban policy; 4) environmental studies; other urban related disciplines will also be considered. Rank is open, and may be at the …

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