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We strongly believe in the positive impact of students engaging in research to enhance our understanding of urban issues and potential solutions. Our Founder and Executive Director, Cheryll Case, exemplified this commitment through her own academic journey. After completing her undergraduate studies in Urban and Regional Planning, she published her major research assignment - which garnered invitations to participate in panels and the work's citations in professional works.
As an organization, we are dedicated to nurturing leadership in the field. Towards this, we are sharing a list of research questions that pique our curiosity but currently exceed our capacity to investigate. While we have not rigorously tested the feasibility of addressing these questions, we welcome any contributions that can advance our knowledge. Your time in academia presents an ideal opportunity to learn, experiment, and explore innovative and challenging ideas. After all, you are already engaged in research, so why not focus on inquiries that can contribute to ongoing discussions?
Are you a student embarking on a research assignment with at least two months of design and writing time? If so, we encourage you to consider the following research questions:
Should you choose to embark on research to address any of these questions, please ensure to save your research and data files and reach out to us at Connect@CPplanning.ca. We would greatly appreciate learning more about your findings. We are just testing out this approach to collaborating with students. We are not able to serve as advisors to the research, though we may have capacity to attend a consultation during the mid-point of the research. In this mid-point, we can provide feedback on the work done thus far, and share our knowledge which may assist in the study.