SCaRP releases 4 new exciting videos

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In the new videos, SCaRP community members address the uniqueness of Georgia Tech’s program, why Atlanta is such a great laboratory for learning planning, and why they all found Georgia Tech to be the right fit for them.

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If you want the chance to learn more about the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning and have the opportunity to hear students, faculty, and alumni talk about SCaRP's programs, take a look at the 4 new videos the School recently released. SCaRP community members address the uniqueness of Georgia Tech’s program, why Atlanta is such a great laboratory for learning planning, and why they all found Georgia Tech to be the right fit for them.

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If you want the chance to learn more about the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning and have the opportunity to hear students, faculty, and alumni talk about SCaRP's programs, take a look at the 4 new videos the School recently released. SCaRP community members address the uniqueness of Georgia Tech’s program, why Atlanta is such a great laboratory for learning planning, and why they all found Georgia Tech to be the right fit for them.

Among those interviewed are alumnus Ryan Gravel (MCP/M.Arch ’99), whose thesis served as the concept for the Atlanta Beltline; Mike Dobbins, SCaRP professor of practice and former planning commissioner of the City of Atlanta; Nisha Botchwey, SCaRP associate professor and developer of the Built Environment and Public Health Clearinghouse; and Brian Stone, SCaRP associate professor and director of the PhD program.

In the three new student spotlight videos, MCRP student Khaliff Davis, dual M.Arch + MCRP student Ai-Lien Vuong, and PhD student Ben Kraft detail their experiences at SCaRP. All of these videos are all available on the SCaRP multimedia page, the School’s YouTube page, and on selected pages throughout the site.

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School of City & Regional Planning

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Student and Faculty, Student Research
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interview, recruitment, Student Spotlight, videos
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  • Created By: Jessie Brandon
  • Workflow Status: Published
  • Created On: Dec 3, 2014 - 11:12am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:17pm