Master of Community Planning students Michael Lancaster (MCP 2009) and Catherine Walsh (MCP 2009) are the winners of the American Planning Association's "The Next 100 Years" student video competition. The APA announced the award in early April 2009.
The first 100 years of the planning movement produced improvements in public health, housing and the environment. The APA challenged planning students to create a video that captured their vision for the next 100 years. The video was to address the questions of what milestones will shape the planning movement and what issues will be at the fore. Competition entries were posted on the APA website and voted on by APA members.
Click here to watch Lancaster and Walsh's winning video.
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