Harley Etienne Elected to ACSP Governing Board

The associate professor is one of five new members elected to the eleven-person board

Harley Etienne Elected to ACSP Governing Board

Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning Harley Etienne has been elected to a two-year term to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning’s (ACSP) Governing Board. He is one of two governing board members representing full-member accredited schools with more than five faculty members. His term will begin at the conclusion of the Annual Conference in Toronto in November 2022.

ACSP is excited to announce the results of the 2022 Governing Board election. This year's election was different than in year’s past due to a 2020 Bylaws amendment which provides for the inclusion of new Categorical Representatives for the ACSP Governing Board. The categorical concept is designed to allow the identification and consideration of issues uniquely affecting a category's membership. 

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) is a consortium of more than 100 university departments and programs offering planning degrees as well as programs that offer degrees affiliated with planning. ACSP connects educators, researchers, and students, to advance knowledge about planning education and research. We are committed to promoting the field of planning as a diverse global community that works collectively toward healthy, equitable, and sustainable neighborhoods, cities, and regions.

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