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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2018-2020 Bloustein School Student and Academic Services Student Organizations EJB| D E S I G N S  

EJB| D E S I G N S



EJB| D E S I G N S began as a group of planning students and faculty looking to improve their hand-drawing skills and digital graphic methods. A social organization based out of the Bloustein School, the group encourages networking with professionals, faculty, and students interested in learning and teaching digital and hand-drawing techniques. Through practice and social networking its members prepare for the planning and urban design profession.

In addition, the group was established as the support system and resource center where students can seek help, challenge or discover urban design issues, learn professional development skills, and prepare to enter the professional workforce. It is open to both undergraduate and graduate students.
 
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