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The Community Engagement Design and Research Center (CEDaR) partners with cities and communities to develop tools for building resilient and equitable places. We seek to stimulate research and teaching on critical urban issues leading to practical innovations in environmental design, city policy and urban analytics. Our work is rooted in a philosophy of engaged research integrated with service.
RSVP: Help Shape Downtown Longmont, May 1, 2019
CEDaR internships available Summer 2019
Design and planning for urban redevelopment, place-making, and resource efficient urbanism
Assessment and application of urban technologies, and use of community science and analytics in urban management.
Innovative design for housing and energy cost-reduction, as well as increase in self-sufficiency and increase in health of vulnerable communities.
Integrated management of stormwater, urban heat, urban connectivity, water quality, air quality, and green infrastructure.
Engagement of young people in planning and design decisions, and evaluation of programs providing services to children and families.