Lincoln Institute Announces Curriculum Innovation Award Winners
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
ACSP and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy would like to thank everyone who submitted entries for the 2020 Curriculum Innovation Award.
The selection committee has reviewed all curriculum proposals. Although the task of selecting 4 awards (for $7,000 each) from the large pool of quality proposals was difficult, we are very pleased to announce this year’s winners.
Congratulations to all the recipients of the 2020 Curriculum Innovation Award!
- Hadar Borden, Darren Cotton, Eve Holberg, Da’von McCune, Beverly Newkirk, Bob Shibley, Elizabeth Walsh, Gail Wells, and Julia White: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University at Buffalo (SUNY); One Region Forward’s Champions for Change:
Regional Sustainability from the Bottom Up
- Diana Denham: Portland State University Toulan School of Urban Studies and Planning; Melanie Malone: University of Washington School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences; Mary Ann Rozance: University of Washington College of the Environment; Erin Goodling: University of Oregon Department of Geography; Urban Rivers: Environmental Policy, Planning, and Activism
- Lily Baum Pollans: Hunter College Department of Urban Policy and Planning; Environmental Justice
- Scott Spak, Lucie Laurian, Steve Spears: School of Urban and Regional Planning, The University of Iowa; Eight Generational Planning - Envisioning Cities for Year 2228
Thank you, again, to everyone who submitted!
Curriculum Innovation: Lincoln Institute Seeks Examples of Innovative Urban Planning Courseworks.
The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) promotes education, research, and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to: recognize diverse needs and interests in planning; strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences and community engagement; improve and enhance the accreditation process, and; extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.
The Lincoln Institute of Land Policy seeks to improve quality of life through the effective use, taxation, and stewardship of land. A nonprofit private operating foundation whose origins date to 1946, the Lincoln Institute researches and recommends creative approaches to land as a solution to economic, social, and environmental challenges. Through education, training, publications, and events, we integrate theory and practice to inform public policy decisions worldwide.