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Sustainable Urban Planning Graduate Receives Prestigious GW Award at Commencement

June 21, 2018
“I’m honored to receive the George Washington Award, one of the most prestigious honors bestowed by the GW University in recognition of my significant contributions to university life -- in front of 25,000 people at the National Mall,” tweeted Fjollë Caka, May 2018 Sustainable Urban Planning master’s degree graduate. Since she came to GW two years ago, Fjollë has distinguished herself with high academic achievements and numerous contributions to university life.
SUP Students at Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh

Sustainable Urban Planning Students Learn About Climate Change in Bangladesh

April 24, 2018
What impact is climate change having on Bangladesh and why is this significant? Ten students from GW’s Sustainable Urban Planning (SUP) master’s degree program gathered first-hand observations to answer these questions during a ten-day, study abroad trip in February.
Zhexing Li, SUP graduate

US News Reports on Value of Master of Professional Studies degrees for International Students

June 26, 2017
While Zhexing Li pursued his Master of Professional Studies degree, known as an MPS, in sustainable urban planning, many prospective international students may be unaware of them as these degrees are usually offered in the U.S. and Canada.
Leah Sheppard

Bright Future for Sustainable Urban Planning Student

April 05, 2017

“Congratulations to first-year Sustainable Urban Planning (SUP) student Leah Sheppard on her new, full-time position with the Urban Land Institute’s Center for Sustainability!

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Cutting-Edge Sustainable Urban Planning Program Begins Accreditation Process

February 11, 2017
The program received “candidacy status” in January 2017 and aims to be fully accredited beginning in 2019.
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Sustainable Urban Planning Program Begins Accreditation Process

January 12, 2017
The program received “candidacy status” this month and aims to be fully accredited beginning in 2019.