2020 Student Poster Awards

Submission Preiod: December 9, 2019-January 8, 2020

NPC offers opportunities for students to share their expertise or best work with the APA community.

Submit a proposal by January 8 for a poster presentation or conference session on an emerging planning topic.

 

Entry Details


2019 Student Poster Award Winners

Congratulations to 2019's Student Poster Award winners! The Exhibit Hall at APA's National Planning Conference in San Francisco featured dozens of poster displays, each depicting an exciting project undertaken by talented planners of all levels of experience.

Student posters entered into the competition remained on display from Saturday through Monday night, when the winners were announced during the Exhibit Hall Happy Hour.

Award Track Project Presenters
Academic and Professional Research Track A Community-Based Approach to Surface-Water Resiliency Aubrey Toldi
Design, Development, and Preservation Track Historic Butler Street YMCA Repositioning Strategy Seth Furman
Melody Carter
Disaster Resilience and Climate Change Track The Texas Freedom Colonies Project Mohammadjavad Biazar
Housing, Community, and Economic Development Track Evaluating Local Source of Income Policies Elisabeth Altazan
Audrey Muntz
International, Comparative, and Global Planning Track Comparative Urbanisms Jared Islas
Adair Bright
Logan Sours
Bryce Morgan
Brad Hocevar
Christina Aurich
Managing Track Addressing Economic Mobility Through Food Banks Mirit Friedman
Planning for Inclusiveness and Social Justice Track Bridging the Transportation Divide Jacqueline Kuzio
Planning, Health, and the Natural Environment Track Park Suitability Analysis in Birmingham, Alabama Leigh Huffman
Anna Baggett
Technology and Planning Track Visualizing Spatial Trade-offs of Adaptation Policies Collyn Chan
Scott Gilman
Transportation Track Rider Behavior of E-scooter Users Frank Arellano