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6th Rural Romp: Canadian Rural Heritage

The sixth annual Rural Romp is here, with the theme of ‘Rural Heritage’! Hosted by the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) at the University of Guelph, this two-part panel event will explore rural heritage conservation strategies, challenges, career pathways and research inspirations from near and far.  This panel session takes place on March 4th, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm, in which professionals in the industry will offer insight into planning and rural heritage conservation in a local context. The session panelists include Karen Lang from the...

6th Rural Romp: International Rural Heritage

The sixth annual Rural Romp is here, with the theme of ‘Rural Heritage’! Hosted by the School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD) at the University of Guelph, this two-part panel event will explore rural heritage conservation strategies, challenges, career pathways and research inspirations from near and far.  The panel session takes place on March 5th, 10 am – 11:30 am and features industry professionals who have worked or researched in the international capacity. International session panelists include Dr. Tokie Laotan-Brown, heritage architect...

LA Guest Lecture: Kimberly Garza

University of Guelph - Landscape Architecture Guest Lecture Series presents: Kimberly Garza, Founder and Principal of ATLAS LAB, California "Designing Conscious Spaces"  Kimberly Garza is Founder and Principal of ATLAS Lab Inc. a mission-driven landscape architecture, urban design and public art practice based in...

Deadline for MSc Applications to Start in Fall 2021

The Rural Planning and Development program is accepting applications for the Master of Science in Rural Planning and Development program to start in September 2021. focused for students with a completed undergraduate degree interested in planning and development. Students are able to focus their program of study in either the Canadian stream or the international stream. The program can be completed with a thesis, major research paper, or...

Deadline for MPlan Applications to Start in Fall 2021

The Rural Planning and Development program is accepting applications for the Master of Planning program to start in September 2021. The Master of Planning is a one-year degree program intended for students with a completed undergraduate degree and 4-5 years of planning and development experience. The program consists of both required and elective courses and concludes with a major research paper. The program may be used as part of the Prior...

Deadline for MPlan Applications to Start in Winter 2022

The Rural Planning and Development program is accepting applications for the Master of Planning program to start in January 2022. The Master of Planning is a one-year degree program intended for students with a completed undergraduate degree and 4-5 years of planning and development experience. The program consists of both required and elective courses and concludes with a major research paper. The program may be used as part of the Prior...

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