Temple University’s Community and Regional Planning students are garnering numerous awards and recognition. These have included:
Presidential Management Fellowship Program (see www.pmf.gov)
Class of 2013 Semi-finalist
Class of 2012 Fellow
Christine Mortensen, currently employed with US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Class of 2013 Fellow
Brandon Porinchak, currently employed with US Department of Housing and Urban Development
PA APA Chapter
2012 Student Project Award for Chester Remakes: A Strategic Plan to Green and Grow Chester
2012 Student Project Certificate of Merit for Complete Streets: A Framework for Northern Lancaster
Irving Hand Professional Development Award
2009 Brandon Porinchak
2007 Angela Watson
2006 Mark Stivers
2012 Charles Doyle
2012 Matthew Zochowski
2010 Kara Kalupson
2010 Michael LoStocco
Southeast Section of the American Planning Association- Pennsylvania Chapter Scholarship
2012 First Place Individual Award HOPE VI: Integrating New Urbanism and Transit-Oriented Design to Promote Self-Sufficiency written by Christina Mortensen for Integrated Transportation and Land Use Planning course.
2011 First Place Group Project for Philadelphia Prison System Campus Study, graduate Planning Studio.
2010 First Place for Stormwater Management Plan for the Village of Arts and Humanities, graduate Planning Studio.
2010 Second Place for Planning for the Immigrant City, written by Melissa Kim for Final Project in Planning.
2009 Third Place for Where the Sidewalk Ends: Pedestrian Mobility in Ambler, final project for Intro to GIS course.
2008 Second Place for Spatial analysis of food insecurity and hunger relief, final project for Advanced GIS course.
2006 First Place for Penn’s Landing Case Study: Building on What Works written by John Frederico for Final Project in Planning.
Temple University Fellowship
2011 Brian Olszak
2009 Matthew Popek
2006 Edward Kako, PhD
Women's Transportation Seminar (WTS) Philadelphia Chapter