MAPP’s Inaugural Symposium featured the work of Faculty, Students, and Alumni from across the University. Research projects focused on elements of the built environment from Food Deserts to Zoning. The poster sessions display the School’s focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion showcasing work in Gender Theory, LGBTQ spaces, and Environmental Justice. Resiliency, Energy Efficiency, Preservation, and Real Estate Development focused posters capture the many and interdisciplinary foci of our academic leaders. Studies on cycling systems, Urban Land Use, and housing policy inspire us to look to the future of built environment study at MAPP. We welcome you to visit the Kibel Gallery this summer to review them for yourself.