Virginia From the Ground Up: Exploring Smart Growth in Northern Virginia

Virginia From the Ground Up: Exploring Smart Growth in Northern Virginia
Virginia From the Ground Up: Exploring Smart Growth in Northern Virginia

NCLC 498: Virginia From the Ground Up: Exploring Smart Growth in Northern Virginia
(3 credits)
January 7-10 and 13-16, 2014
Instructor: Tom Carter

This experiential learning course will explore exemplary neighborhoods in Northern Virginia and Washington, DC to learn about the principles of smart—and not-so-smart—growth. The eight days over two weeks will be spent walking through and experiencing neighborhoods such as the U Street Corridor, Clarendon, and Capitol Hill.

Total course fee  is $1500 and includes tuition, some lunches, and transportation to places not accessible by public transit. 

Space is limited! To reserve a spot in this course complete the appropriate forms and return to FS. A $500 non-refundable deposit can be paid either by personal check (made payable to "George Mason University") or cash to the Center for Field Studies office at 433 Enterprise Hall.

For information about course academics contact Tom Carter. For information about registration and payment please contact Greg Justice or call 703-993-1740 Monday through Friday 9am to 4:30pm.