Peer Advisors Needed for Fellow Nominations

APA is looking for volunteer Fellows to serve as Peer Advisors to AICP members planning to submit nominations to the AICP College of Fellows next year. The Peer Advisors will agree to review a nomination packet prior to submission for guidance and feedback. APA will pair a Peer Advisor with a nominee. Please email us at fellows@planning.org if you're interested in serving as a Peer Advisor or with any questions you may have.

Skills and Thrills for Up and Coming Planners Webinar

Join us on Wednesday, Februrary 1, 2017 at 1:00pm EST for a Career Reality Webinar; Sills and Thrills for Up and Coming Planners. The webinar will be a facilitates panel discussion by members of the AICP College of Fellows. The group will present lessons learned and insights from their experience in the public, private, non-profit, and academic sectors. The webinar will provide tips and recommendations to students, newer professionals just starting out and those looking to advance their career. The webinar will be organized around a moderator asking questions of the panel regarding specific topics of interest. Q & A with the audience is desired.

Registration for the webinar will open in 2017 in Career Reality

An Evening with Fellows

Emerging professionals and students in New Jersey gathered in October at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in New Brunswick to hear from four seasoned professionals who know a thing or two about planning. At the APA-NJ Emerging Professionals Group Evening with Fellows of AICP, planners just getting their start joined Fellows Philip B. Caton, FAICP, PP; Stuart Meck, FAICP, PhD, PP; J. Michael Cobb, FAICP, PhD, PP; and David N. Kinsey, FAICP, PhD, PP, for a Q&A style discussion about the challenges and rewards for the planning profession.

Fellows on Recent CPATs

As leaders in the field, Fellows are encouraged to participate in the Community Planning Assistance Teams (CPAT) program, APA's pro bono technical assistance program for communities that lack planning resources. The program offers Fellows the chance to share their knowledge, work with other experienced planners from around the country, and give back to a community in need. Many Fellows have served on teams in recent years.

Learn more about CPAT and submit a team member application

Recent Projects with Fellows

Fellows in Recent APA Publications

Planners Press Books

Planning Advisory Service (PAS) Reports

Journal of the American Planning Association (JAPA)

  • "A Midterm Report: Will Habitat III Make a Difference to the World's Urban Development?" Vol. 82, No. 4 (Fall 2016); Pp. 398-411. Eugenie Birch, FAICP.
  • "The Neighborhood Quality of Subsidized Housing." Vol. 80; No. 1 (Winter 2014); Pp. 67-82 Emily Talen, FAICP and Julia Kochinsky.
  • "Perspective: A Planning Life: Bridging Academics and Practice." Vol. 80; No. 1 (Winter 2014); Pp. 83-90. David Godschalk, FAICP.
  • "Getting the Prices Right: An Evaluation of Pricing Parking by Demand in San Francisco." Vol. 79; No. 1 (Winter 2013); Pp. 67-81. Gregory Pierce and Donald Shoup, FAICP.
  • "Can Development Impact Fees Help Mitigate Urban Sprawl?" Vol. 79; No. 3 (Summer 2013); Pp. 235-248. Gregory S. Burge, Trey L. Trosper, Arthur C. Nelson, FAICP, Julian C. Jurgensmeyer, and James C. Nicholas.

Planning magazine

Other Recent Publications

Honors

March 2015: Georgia Tech Professor of Practice Mike Dobbins, FAICP, receives Innovation and Excellence in Laboratory Instruction Award.

FAICP Membership Assistance

Fellowship is the highest honor APA's professional institute bestows on its members. One responsibility that members of the AICP College of Fellows are expected to uphold is the maintenance of their AICP membership. Listed below are several membership options that AICP Fellows may wish to explore.

  • Retired Members are exempt from Certification Maintenance requirements. An AICP member qualifies as retired if he or she has been an active and continuous member for at least 10 years; is at least 65 years of age; and does not engage in any profession, business, or trade. If you meet these criteria, submit the Retired Status Exemption Form to take advantage of the CM exemption.
  • Life Members are partially exempt from Certification Maintenance requirements and must complete 16 CM, including 1.5 credits each of law and ethics. An AICP member qualifies as a Life Member if he or she has been an active and continuous member for at least 25 years and is at least 65 years of age. If you meet these criteria, submit the Verification of Life Membership Status Form.
  • Active unemployed members may waive a portion of Certification Maintenance requirements during their period of unemployment by submitting the CM Exemption Application Form.
  • Or you can catch up on CM credits with these free events.