Category: Urban Design

  • CAP 2020 Alumni Award Winners!

    We’re excited to announce our 2020 Alumni Awards winners. The CAP Executive Advisory Board annually recognizes alumni who demonstrate outstanding professional success or achievement in their field of endeavor. While we were unable to hold an awards dinner in the fall, we held a virtual presentation to honor our award recipients. Watch the presentation here. […]

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  • The Weight of History

    By CHLOE DOTSON, BUPD 2012, MURP 2013   When I was a little girl, my father took me to the beach. We sat down in the sand, and I peered out into the ocean. My fathered pointed out into the ocean saying, “Look … look there, you see that ocean? That is where your ancestors […]

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  • Urban Planning Moved to the Muncie Mall

    You’ll see something unusual if you stroll through the Muncie Mall this fall; you will notice  Hamilton desks in a storefront. No, we’re not selling the furniture. The college has leased space and moved two Urban Planning studio classes into the former Dress Barn location. Like other malls around the country, the Muncie space is […]

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  • Sanglim Yoo with Will Snyder in the second-year studio.

    Sanglim Yoo: Discovering New Ways to Improve Cities

    Featured image is of Assistant Professor Sanglim Yoo working with Sanglim Yoo with Will Snyder in the second-year studio.  Sanglim Yoo’s research involves the assessment and quantification of the interactions between human social systems and the environment, especially in urban areas with a goal of making cities better for the environment and more enjoyable for […]

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  • Dean Ferguson discusses the benefits of CAP: INDY with Inside INBusiness host Gerry Dick.

    Ball State CAP: INDY

    INSIDE INDIANA BUSINESS – The dean of the Ball State University Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning says the school’s expanded Indianapolis presence creates a unique focus for students. The university moved the Ball State CAP: INDY program to the former Angie’s List campus on the city’s near east side last summer. The location focuses […]

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