Student Activities

Community Planning Association

The SCSU Community Planning Association was created to help SCSU students broaden their understanding of and appreciation for the community development field. All members are encouraged to explore the diversity of professions and discover the wealth of career opportunities it offers. It will also offer members a chance to network with present and future professionals.

Being a member of the Community Planning Association offers a chance to develop new relationships with present and future community development professionals, people with whom they can discuss shared interests and consult for guidance. Through participation in various activities, students complement their academic studies and work toward their goals in this rewarding field.  Meetings are held every two weeks.  Contact the Program Director for the time and place of meetings.

Fund Raiser

Join us at Rollies Bar and Grill Sunday March 25, 2012
Spaghetti Feed and Silent Auction

Money from the fund raiser will support students attending the Urban Affairs Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania April 18-21, 2012
Detailed Flyer


Student Projects

Students in Planning and Community Development participated in the 14th Annual Student Colloquium held in the Atwood Memorial Center on April 19, 2011

Analyzing Factors Affecting the Auto Ownership of American Households Using data from NHTS, 2009
Student Presenters:  Rachel King, Katherine Good, Sean Lawler, Hugh O'Brien and Aaron Othoudt
Project Supervisor: Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanuel

Analyzing Walkability and Crossability of Downtown Neighborhoods
Student Presenters: Julie Pratt Blenker, Mohamed Abdi, Christoper Belden, Elizabeth Holmbeck and Tatiana Nesterenco
Project Supervisor: Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanuel

An Analysis of the Level of Service (LOS) for Multi-modal Transportation Systems on the SCSU Campus
Student Presenters: Douglas Diedrichsen, Jason Demee, Daniel Haider, Colton Olund, Obuuy Omot
Project Supervisor: Professor Mintesnot Woldeamanuel


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