Quantitative Reasoning & Statistical Methods: Syllabus and Notes

Syllabus and Orientation Notes for 11.220, Quantitative Reasoning & Statistical Methods for Planning (as taught in Spring 2011).

Placemaking

Public places play a key role in building community and placemaking can empower local communities to create a sense of "belonging" through place. A new report by a DUSP research team, led by Susan Silberberg, examines the interactions between placemaking, community participation, and the expanding ways communities are collaborating to make great public places.

To dowload the paper or executive summary, use the links in the sidebar.

SMART/SimMobility on CNBC

DUSP Professor Joe Ferreira was featured on CNBC's "The Edge" in a segment featuring MIT's SMART/SimMobility project. 

MIT, Delft, and Wageningen to Partner on "Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions"

Based on the results of a competitive call for proposals, the City of Amsterdam' has announced that its new science institute -- the "Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions" -- is to be developed by collaboratively by MIT, Delft University and Wageningen University.  The group's proposal was "head and shoulders above the other short-listed entries," according to Robbert Dijkgraaf, chairman of the jury.  "Amsterdam will be getting something really new: a scientific institute of technology which will develop expertise in practical urban issues."

Brent Ryan Awarded JAPA "Best Paper," 2011

Brent Ryan's 2011 article, "Reading Through a Plan," was recently named the "Best Paper" for 2011 from the editors of the Journal of the American Planning Association (JAPA).

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