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 ASU Project Cities
Sustainability Through Local Action

ASU Project Cities
Sustainability Through Local Action

ASU Project Cities
Sustainability Through Local Action

Project Cities connects higher education with local communities, creating a powerful combination of knowledge and know-how.

Project Cities is a university-community partnership. Through the program, sustainability faculty and students pair with a city to co-create strategies for better environmental, economic and social balance in the places we live. Students from multiple disciplines research challenging issues chosen by the city and propose innovative sustainability solutions that enable the city to make progress toward a better future.

Project Cities in Action

Project Cities connects ASU faculty and students with a city to co-create innovative strategies for better, more livable communities.

How Do Cities Get Involved?

Cities apply to become a Project Cities partner through an annual Request for Proposal (RFP) process. The RFP opens in the fall, but cities are encouraged to reach out to Project Cities staff early; we are happy to provide guidance and recommendations on crafting a strong proposal for your community.

Learn more about the annual RFP

News

Project Cities–Glendale: first round of summary reports released

Project Cities–Glendale: first round of summary reports released

In the Fall 2018 semester, ASU Project Cities convened 47 Arizona State University students across five classes to collaborate with the City of Glendale on three unique community development projects. Following a fulfilling semester, the PC team is excited to share the completion of our Project Summary Reports which document the experience and provide a...

Project Cities and Apache Junction celebrate advances in project implementation

Project Cities and Apache Junction celebrate advances in project implementation

The partnership between Arizona State University’s Project Cities program and the City of Apache Junction has been a successful, enduring one since the program’s conception in 2017. We are proud to have collaborated with Apache Junction on eight projects across 13 classes, with 213 ASU students since fall 2017. With all of the work our...

Peoria and Project Cities lay groundwork for promising academic year

Peoria and Project Cities lay groundwork for promising academic year

Campus tends to slow down over the summer, but not at the Sustainable Cities Network. We’re hard at work preparing for the upcoming school year with our newest Project Cities partners: Peoria and Clarkdale. We had the opportunity to deliver remarks about the partnership at last week’s city council meeting. We are happy to share...

The EPIC-Network

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Project Cities is a member of the Educational Partnerships for Innovation in Communities Network (EPIC-N), a national network of over 30 educational institutions partnering with cities throughout the United States and world.

Learn more about the EPIC-Network