New Urbanist Schools

From the Congress for the New Urbanism website, (June 2004):


• Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI


• Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA


• University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana and Champaign, IL


• University of Maryland School of Architecture, College Park, MD


• University of Miami School of Architecture, Coral Gables, FL


• University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN


Others, from, accessed April 5, 2011:


• Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL


• Rollins College, Orlando, FL


• Portland State University, Portland, OR


• University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC


• University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA


• University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI


• University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


• University of Washington, Seattle, WA


Others, from the Congress for the New Urbanism listserve, April 2011:


• University of Utah


• Arizona State University


• University of Connecticut


• University of Idaho


• Texas A&M


• University of Hartford


• University of Colorado at Denver


• University of Missouri at Kansas City


Universities with chapters of Students for the New Urbanism


There are chapters of the Students for the New Urbanism at the following universities. Schools with SNU organizations do not necessarily foster the New Urbanism within the student body, but there exists a movement or recognition among students.


Andrews University (in formation)


Clemson University


University of Minnesota


University of Georgia


Brigham Young University


University of Illinois


The following is a very thorough listing of new urbanist schools and professors, by the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism (INTBAU).

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