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Our very own Julia Harten, Assistant Professor here at SCARP, has received the Henry Reining Award from the University...

Students

Amplifying Impact: The Legacy of the Becky Tarbotton Memorial Scholarship   Becky Tarbotton was never solely...

Alumni

Magdalena Ugarte, a PhD graduate of UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning, has been awarded the...

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  BLACK HISTORY MONTH Black History Month provides an opportunity to celebrate Black history and...

Masters Programs

SCARP offers a professionally-oriented, accredited Master of Community and Regional Planning degree, as well as a research-oriented Master of Arts in Planning or Master of Science in Planning degree.

MASTER OF COMMUNITY & REGIONAL PLANNING
MA/MSc IN PLANNING
MASTERS OF ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP (MEL) URBAN SYSTEMS

PhD Program

SCARP's PhD Program provides students with a collegial and convivial environment in which to pursue interdisciplinary research at the intersection of planning theory and practice.

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UBC SCARP - MUSQUEAM INDIAN BAND PARTNERSHIP

In February 2012, Chief and Council of the Musqueam Indian Band endorsed a partnership between the Band and the School of Community & Regional Planning for the design and delivery of a new curriculum on Indigenous community planning. This agreement has been made possible by the UBC-Musqueam MOA and has been endorsed by the UBC-Musqueam Development Committee.

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A Conversation with Nora Angeles: Anti-Asian Racism and Community-Based Response

UBC President Santa Ono recently published a statement regarding the profound effect of rising racism and hostilities towards Asian communities; particularly about how “statements are not enough”. Also in light of these issues, our own Associate Professor Nora Angeles gladly had a conversation among colleagues, and agreed to share it here.