The project team, “Reclaiming Historic Assets to Transform Communities” is seeking a focused and detail-oriented research assistant to aid in the project by preparing, summarizing results, and compiling work from undergraduate students amongst other materials. To be successful as an RA you must be able to manage multiple tasks by prioritizing more important duties and […]
The call for change and investment in healthy buildings has been consistent from health experts to building industry organizations and governments. Business owners and organizations worldwide –commercial real estate, schools, universities, sports teams – have tried to answer the key question: “How do I address building health in a sustainable way?”. On Wednesday, September 21, […]
Geo-Resolution 2022 is almost here! Come join us on September 28 for this free conference on the campus of Saint Louis University. This year’s conference theme is “Geospatial Perspectives on Climate Change: Predicting and Mitigating Effects.” If you haven’t already, please visit the conference website [taylorgeospatial.org] to register and for further info. The keynote speakers […]
The first experiment would be at 12 pm on Sept 09 (Friday). We will meet at Weil Hall Lobby at 11:50 am. This experiment requires 33 participants. I would like to invite you and your classmates to participate in this experiment. The experiment will take place in 3 locations, southeast of Weil Hall, southwest of the […]
The Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation is pleased to announce the 2023 John Belle Travel Fellowship. This is a $10,000 annual award by the Beyer Blinder Belle Foundation in honor of John Belle, FAIA, RIBA, hon. PhD, a founding partner of Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners. John devoted his career to the public realm — […]
Be Well Farmers Market invites you to participating in clearing brush from their lot to make way for fruit trees, native pollinators and other garden perennials. Help them prepare their space so they can plant a beautiful and abundant garden at the corner of 20th and Salisbury. Cold drinks & refreshments will be provided! Meet […]
The Divided City is now accepting applications for two graduate fellowships in community engagement for AY 2022/23. These fellowships are open to Washington University in St. Louis graduate students in humanities departments as well as Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The fellows will help set up the Divided City Sumner StudioLab, a […]
The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hosting Civic Action Week on September 25-30, 2022. This is a weeklong initiative to highlight civic engagement opportunities throughout Washington University—in relationship with local community, campus partners, and beyond. All week across campus, different faculty, staff, and community partners will host events and other opportunities to […]
Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Custom Foodscaping transforms ordinary outdoor spaces into beautiful, food-producing landscapes. They help people grow organic fruits and veggies in their homes, businesses, and community spaces with the mission of creating a healthier, more connected world. They are a full-service design and install company working from visioning to installation of any […]
The Global Humanities Institute on Climate Justice and Problems of Scale will occur at the University of Pretoria between July 29 and August 7, 2022. Virtual sessions will be held on July 30-31, August 1-2, and August 4-6. The Institute is sponsored by the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes and funded by the Andrew […]
The Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement is hiring a paid graduate student assistant to serve as the Graduate Assistant for Student Civic Learning. This position will assist with the logistics and facilitation of the Civic Scholars Program and the St. Louis summer fellowship programs. Alongside the institute’s professional staff, the assistant will support […]
Mingliang Li, a doctoral student in Sustainable Urbanism, is researching the effect of vertical façades on outdoor comfort for their dissertation. They plan to do a series of experiments at Sam Fox School in the next couple of months. The first experiment will be at Sam Fox School on April 14th at 1 pm. This experiment […]
The Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation is actively seeking a community development intern for the upcoming summer and 2022/2023 school year. The deadline to apply is April 1st, 2022. Interested candidates should send Jes Stevens, firstname.lastname@example.org, a cover letter and resume via email with the position they are applying to in the subject line. […]
Park Central Development is currently seeking: Neighborhood Development Project Manager (Full-time Position): The candidate is responsible for assisting the Director with the implantation and administration of the Special Taxing District Division. In addition, the Project Manager will work under the supervision of the Executive Director to help further the mission of the organization. Community Project […]
The Civic Leadership Program, AIA New York, and nycoba|NOMA are hosting a free webinar for students on Thursday, December 2, from 5 to 7p Central via Zoom. As we experience shifts in design practice and pedagogy, many of us find ourselves collectively questioning our approaches to work. While we may find ourselves committed to doing […]
Help us paint the sidewalk at the West End Park 4 to 6p on October 16! We will have paint, supplies, and wine! BYOB welcome as well. Register now! Come celebrate 11a to 2p on October 23 for our ribbon cutting celebration as we open the West End Park! Register now! Learn more at www.pocketparks.co.
On October 2 from 8a to 12p, we will be installing about 350 native plants in the West End Park at 5900 Clemens Ave, St. Louis, MO 63112. We need volunteers to help us put plants in the ground, do some light soil moving, and mulch the garden! Come join as your schedule allows. Find […]
Come together with the 2019-2021 Enterprise Rose Fellows for through connection and story. In the spirit of John O’Neal and Free Southern Theater’s story circles, the outgoing Rose Fellow class will share stories about community, care, and the future we imagine. We will reflect upon the lessons of COVID, summer 2020 uprisings, and micro community […]
Olmsted 200 invites you to join the third webinar in our Conversations with Olmsted series. In this series, we explore different aspects of Olmsted’s far-reaching influence on America’s physical landscape and social fabric. This installment is co-hosted with one of our founding partners— American Public Health Association. Olmsted believed parks function as “lungs of the […]
Trailnet seeks an urban planner to lead our planning efforts to create healthy, active and vibrant communities where walking, biking and the use of transit become a way of life. The Community Planning Manager plays a key role in shaping our planning and design community engagement efforts to increase access to equitable mobility options for […]
Join Next City for SPACES & PLACES 2021: Visions of Black-led Communities – a virtual film festival. The festival is pay-what-you-wish to attend. SPACES & PLACES will assemble urbanists, planners and community leaders for a two-day event of virtual learning and exchange. DAY 1 | August 5th | 12 pm to 1:30 pm ET Soul […]
The Douglas Haskell Award for Student Journals seeks to award (up to $5k) the ongoing publication of student-edited journals on architecture, planning, and related subjects in the US. The extended deadline is June 25. Find more information here.
The Vacancy Collaborative is hiring for a Communications and Capacity Building VISTA and a Lead For America Fellowship. Applications are due June 15. Read more about the open positions here.
Submissions are open for the 2021-2022 Design Trust Equitable Public Space Fellowship Program. Two Fellows will be selected to join the Design Trust team as full-time paid staff members for an intensive one-year fellowship to begin in September 2021 and end in September 2022. Fellows will become a part of the Design Trust community, interacting […]
PlacemakingUS is coming to STL on their cross-country tour. Join in for a day of learning, sharing, and exploring placemaking in the Lou. Event takes place on Sunday, June 6, from noon to 6p. More information and registration here.
Join a lively dialogue with Dana Bourland, author of “Gray to Green Communities: A Call to Action on the Housing and Climate Crisis.” CNN political commentator Van Jones calls it a “must-read for anyone who cares about an inclusive, green path forward.” Joining the conversation will be leading voices on housing, policy and community engagement. […]
How do climate change and racism intersect in American cities and towns to produce risk and harm, as well as possibilities for transformation in Black spaces? What visions for environmental and climate justice have Black communities imagined and enacted? This conversation brings architects, climate activists, and audience members together around key questions raised in the […]
A two-year paid fellowship is available with the Vacancy Collaborative and Green City Coalition through a program called Lead For America. The Lead for America fellowship program selects, trains, and places leaders ages 21-30 in high-leverage roles within their local communities. You can see the specific listing by scrolling down to Missouri. The deadline to apply is […]
EcoDistricts is thrilled to be kicking off our 2021 Webinar Wednesday Series with the renowned Nathaniel Smith of Partnership for Southern Equity on March 17th at 11 AM PST/2 PM EST. Nathaniel Smith is a passionate advocate for equitable land use practices and one of the top leaders in holistic community sustainability. Smith’s advocacy activities were instrumental in […]
How can landscape designers, architects, and planners create more accessible and inclusive landscapes for disabled folks across the spectrum of disability? Don’t miss the 2/23 ACD Webinar at 2-3:30p CST. More details and registration here.
Cornerstone and other West End community partners are looking for design expertise to redevelop a vacant lot (5900 Clemens) as a neighborhood civic amenity. They’d like support with organizing community discussions for the development of the lot and creating renderings to depict ideas. Contact Tonnie Glispie-Smith for more information.
Gateway Global American Youth and Business Alliance Academies recently purchased land in North St. Louis near the new NGA West site to build a GEOTECH Workforce Center. They plan to build a 52,000 sq ft facility (vertically) on 75% of the land and use the remaining 25% for outdoor green space around the facility. The […]
In partnership with community stakeholders, Spanish Lake Community Development Corporation (SLCDC) advocates for comprehensive neighborhood and community revitalization, works to build an actively engaged and informed community and inspires investment and advances business and employment opportunities for all people in Spanish Lake. Our mission is clear, to continually make Spanish Lake a more desirable, attractive […]
Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT), St. Clair County Transit District, and AARP St. Louis are working to activate the space around the MetroBus area at the Emerson Park MetroLink Station in East St. Louis. This joint initiative, known as the “Transit Stop Transformation Project,” will transform the area between the MetroBus boarding area and the […]
DSCC is partnering with Saint Louis Public Schools, the Nature Conservancy, and the Metropolitan Sewer District to bring a first-ever, green schoolyard to Froebel Elementary. They are looking to hire a year-long fellow to work on this project. The Green Schoolyard Fellow posting can be found on the DSCC website.
The Des Lee Gallery is announcing the exhibition Parabola: Salon. A Salon style show to represent crowds in a time of distance. Parabola stands as our gradaute student platofrm to extend our professional interests and connect with each other’s field of understanding, production, and knowledge. Parabola: Salon is a show of our work: our […]
This Friday at 6pm there will be a short meeting for those who are interested in being part of the ULI Hines Student Urban Design Competition. The competition is a an intense two week multi-disciplinary challenge bringing together expertise from design, real estate, urban planning, and other fields. It’s a rewarding experience and each team […]
The Washington University Medical Center Redevelopment Corporation is seeking a Community Development Intern. Throughout the course of the internship, the candidate will become involved in neighborhood planning, data collection and analysis, GIS mapping, program development and implementation as well as a host of special community development-oriented projects. Learn more here.
At 1p on Wednesday, November 18, Meghan and Nella will share their lens on cultural resilience and talk about how advancing community cultural equity, stewarding organizational development with a cultural lens, and facilitating space and tools for collective healing can be part of how we define and invest in community resilience. Learn more and register […]