2016 Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects Available

Print this pageEmail this to someoneShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on Facebook

Each year, graduating students in Portland State’s Master of Urban and Regional Planning program produce community-based applied planning projects for Portland and other local communities. This year’s projects are now available online in PDXScholar.

Cover from Lents project
A new MURP project focuses on Portland’s Lents neighborhood.

Planning projects require the development and evaluation of alternatives and include recommendations for courses of action. They are problem-centered and geographically-focused, and incorporate innovative public involvement efforts.

The six new projects, created by teams of four to six students, cover a range of topics:

Workshop projects have won an impressive fifteen state and six national awards in the past twenty years for the creative problem-solving evident in the products.

Learn more about MURP projects. 

View and read MURP projects through PDXScholar.