Join us on October 30th at the South Orange Performing Arts Center as we celebrate this year’s 2019 Great Places in New Jersey recognizing Downtown Lambertville, Downtown Westwood, Halsey Street in Newark, Byrne Plaza in Wildwood, and the East Millstone Historic District. Tickets are on sale for $50.
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association is pleased to announce this year’s Planning Excellence Awards honorees. These awards honor planning initiatives, built projects, individuals and organizations that are in the forefront of planning and design in New Jersey. Join us on October 30th for our Awards Reception.
Join for a unique 6-month long professional development opportunity connecting planning and public policy practitioners with Bloustein’s Graduate Students in the Urban Planning and Public Policy programs. Mentors will be able to advice and share their professional experience and insights within the urban planning and public policy professions with graduate students. Graduate students will in turn gain valuable career advice on an informal basis and potentially develop and strengthen alliances with professionals, sponsors, and academics to better transition into the professional world.
With over 50 sessions, 200 speakers, and 700 attendees, the annual New Jersey Planning Conference is the largest land use conference in the state. Submitting a session has never been so easy! We need a title, description, and proposed speakers. Deadline to be considered is Nov. 1.
The PP Exam Review Course for the November 2019 test period will be held Saturday, October 19 from 8:30AM to 4:00PM, at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. As a reminder, initial applications is August 30, 2019 and the deadline to submit all documentation in order to take the exam will be September 16, 2019.
Help APA New Jersey reach its $5,000 goal to support 60 students for the annual summer City Planning Institute. This is your opportunity to invest in our youth and help expose them to city planning and how to improve their communities.
We hear a lot of buzz these days about “smart infrastructure.” And rightly so. The opportunities to apply technology to improve the efficiency of infrastructure, respond in real-time to user demand, and receive early indications of maintenance needs are seemingly endless