- Student Articles Wanted April 5, 2017
APA Florida is currently seeking student article submissions for their quarterly magazine Florida Planning and also for their monthly e-newsletter (click here for examples of each). These articles are a great way for students to promote their work, build their resumes and connect with planning professionals.
A list of available article topics and corresponding deadlines are here (strikethroughs indicate topics that have already been assigned). Students are encouraged to relate their chosen topic to past or present academic, internship or professional work, however, they are not required to have any expertise on these subjects.
Interested students should contact Patti Shea (email@example.com) briefly indicating their topic of interest and what they intend to write about at least two weeks prior to the article deadline. Once confirmed, article drafts for Florida Planning are expected to be between 500 – 750 words and e-news articles should be between 300 – 400 words.
Please contact Patti Shea (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the Chapter Office with any additional questions.
- REMINDER: – THIS FRIDAY: Practicing Planner Reflections 101: What you don’t always learn in class. February 13, 2017
- FDOT Student Poster Session Call for Proposals January 12, 2017
Students from any Florida institution of higher education are invited to submit proposals for a poster. Posters may be proposed by individuals or groups of students with endorsement from a sponsoring faculty member. The poster topics can be broad, but must relate to some aspect of transportation.
All of the information needed to find out more about the contest and to submit a poster proposal can be found via the link on the attached announcement as well as on the Transplex webpage, at fdot.gov/planning/transplex/.
DEADLINE: FEB. 17