Master of Professional Studies in Urban & Regional Planning

Speaker Series

The Urban & Regional Planning program’s public speaker series is an opportunity for students and faculty to enter into dialogue with members of the Washington community. Typically organized around issues of contemporary planning practice, these live events are open to members of the general public and to the community of professional urban planners and designers in the National Capital region. The events are free and open to the public; pre-registration is kindly requested.

Upcoming Speaker Series

Sustaining Public Transit
Fall 2016

Past Speaker Series

For information on past speaker series including select event videos please click on links below:

The Road to Quito
(Spring 2016)
Urban & Regional Planning Spring 2016 Speaker Series
The City Disrupted
(Spring 2015)
Urban & Regional Planning Spring 2015 Speaker Series
Urban Planning, Today
(Spring 2014)
Urban & Regional Planning Spring 2014 Speaker Series
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