HUPO serves the urban planning students at the GSD by organizing a wide variety of events and resources to enhance the educational and professional development of Master of Urban Planning (MUP) students.
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We loved seeing so many MUPs in one room tonight! Thanks to everyone who brought their ideas to the table to support the continued growth and improvement of the Urban Planning program at the @harvardgsd. #planning #harvard #progress
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MUPs take SF! Urban planners scattered the globe last week doing site visits for studio and project-based courses. In this combined MLA-UPD studio course, titled Phantom Coast: Transforming San Francisco's Eastern Waterfront, students are working to reimagine the use of San Francisco's seawall as more than just a piece of important resilience infrastructure against sea level rise and earthquakes. #urbanplanning #sanfrancisco #tandem #bikes
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Harvard Urban Planning Organization (HUPO) is co-hosting a panel event Friday, September 29 12:30-1:30pm (Gund 123) moderated by the Harvard Square Neighborhood Association on zoning and the re-design of Harvard Square. The panel features Cambridge City Councillor Jan Devereux, Harvard GSD Prof. Jesse Keenan, and GSD Alum Michael Haggerty and Caroline James. Come check it out if you’re interested in hearing about HSNA’s community engagement on recent zoning and development proposals in Harvard Square!

The Changing Face of Harvard Square
Time: Friday September 29, 2017, 12:30-1:30 pm
Location: Harvard GSD Gund 123, 48 Quincy St.

Harvard Square is seeing many changes to its urban fabric and public spaces. With the redesign of Harvard Square, big parcels of real estate on the market, and plans for a new shopping center, what's the future of Harvard Square? What role can policymakers and urban planners play? What's on the table at City Hall, including the upcoming Harvard Square Zoning Petition, and what impact could this have on the retail landscape? This panel discussion brings policymakers, urban planners and researchers to discuss the overlapping and interconnected issues and players.


Jan Devereux, Cambridge City Councillor

Michael Haggerty, Co-Founder Solo Kota Kita, GSD MUP ’06 / M.Arch '17

Dr. Jesse M. Keenan, GSD Area Head, Real Estate and the Built Environment

Caroline James (Moderator), GSD MArch '14
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On September 15, HUPO participated in City of Cambridge PARK(ing) Day by setting up a community engagement booth by Porter Square. The booth featured live music, building blocks, lounging areas, and a poster where participants could write down their design ideas.
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