News and Features

In 2020, SCARP's very own Stephanie Chang joined an expert panel convened by the Council of Canadian Academies (CCA), charged with investigating and reporting on what key opportunities exist to improve disaster resilience in Canada. As of a few days ago, we are excited to announce the expert panel has launched its report, Building a Resilient Canada.    ...
SCARP is proud to say that our very own Professor Nora Angeles is a recipient of the 2021 Faculty of Applied Science Dean's Service Award.  The Award for Excellence in Service recognizes faculty who, through leadership, service, and administrative activates, make substantial positive high-impact contributions to their Departments, Schools and the Faculty as a whole. It is through these...
Congratulations to all our SCARP FALL 2021 Graduates! We're glad we can celebrate this with you live.  2021 required of each of you innovation, perseverence, and unique spirit. You made of this challenge just another chance to prove your excellence. We promise you: this is just the beginning of your adventure!   Our Illustrious Graduates   Eric...
Congratulations to Meryem Belkadi Meryem Belkadi, PhD student in SCARP's Doctor of Philosophy in Planning Program, has now been awarded the uniquely prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. This award exists to attract (and keep!) "world-class doctoral students and establish Canada as a global centre of excellence in research and higher learning". It recognizes Academic...
Dawn Smith Dawn Smith (a white settler) recently completed a practicum with Sq'ewlets First Nation in SCARP’s Indigenous Community Planning program. Her graduate research explores the possible implications of BC's Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act (DRIPA) on planning, particularly for housing. Smith was this year’s recipient of PIBC’s Student Fellowship award. As part of...

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