RCP-affiliated courses allow the opportunity to apply your skills to a project identified as a high priority for advancing community sustainability. Graduate and professional students and advanced undergraduates can participate in RCP by enrolling in an RCP-affiliated course (listed below), or by connecting an individual thesis, capstone, field experience, or directed study to an RCP project. Please contact RCP program staff at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss connecting your individual work to an RCP project. Students work with city officials—and, where appropriate, other community stakeholders such as local businesses, nonprofit organizations, and local residents—to develop their projects. Because RCP courses work closely with the community to make sure the work is aligned with their needs, there is great potential for student work to be implemented.
Fall 2017 Semester Courses
ARCH 5672: Historic Building Conservation (Todd Grover) CEGE 5511: Urban Hydrology and Water Quality (John Gulliver) ESPM 5245: Sustainable Land Use Planning and Policy (Mae Davenport) HRIR 5992: Independent Study in Human Resources and Industrial Relations (Stacy Doepner-Hove) HSG 5467: Housing and the Social Environment (Becky Yust) PA 5211: Land Use Planning (Fernando Burga) PA 5253: Planning and Participation Processes (Dan Milz) PA 5511: Community and Economic Development (Bob Streetar)
Spring 2018 Semester Courses
Spring semester courses will be updated before the start of semester.