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The Times of India (Education Times), 23 May 2016
TERI University conducted a workshop on `Doctoral Research in Architecture and Wider Built Environment Discipline' on its campus in Delhi. The interactive workshop saw participation of more than 40 professors and scholars from institutions in Delhi and surrounding regions offering graduate programmes in architecture, urban planning and other built environment-related disciplines. The participants discussed topics related to architecture, planning, landscape, culture and heritage, real estate, sustainable and inclusive cities, etc.
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Doctoral Research Workshop
The Pioneer, 18 May 2016

The TERI University conducted a first of its kind workshop on Doctoral Research in Architecture and Wider Built Environment Discipline at its New Delhi campus. The interactive workshop saw participation from over 40 professors and scholars from Delhi and surrounding regions, offering graduate programmes in architecture, urban planning and other built environment related disciplines, discussing topics related to architecture, planning, landscape, culture & heritage, real estate, sustainable and inclusive cities etc.

Speaking at the inaugural session, Dr Rajiv Seth, Pro-VC, TERI University said, “There is need for advance research in the domain of architecture and built environment that will be vital for shaping Indian cities and for issues of sustainability.”

Dr Shaleen Singhal, HOD, Policy Studies, TERI University said, “We structured the workshop with the aim of orienting scholars to undertake high quality doctoral research. We focused on orientation, analytical approaches, techniques and methods for PhD research, including topics related to architecture, planning, landscape, culture & heritage and real estate.”
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Sustainability
The Times of India ( Education Times ), 16 May 2016
TERI University has taken an initiative to impart sustainable development education to schoolchildren, mostly at the higher secondary level. As part of this ongoing TERI University School-University Network (TUSUN) programme, five groups of students from Kendriya Vidyalayas at Arjungarh, Rohini and RK Puram and the Pathways School visited the university.They interacted with senior faculty and postgraduate students.They also attended a session to expose them sustainable development.
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19 May 2016 Making sustainability a part of your career... BusinessLine on Campus(BLoC)
17 May 2016 TERI University Conducts Workshop on PhD Research ... This week Delhi.com
25 April 2016 Green Session ... The Times of India (Education Times)
20 April 2016 Arsenic Threat Looms Large in India: Well Switchin... Inter Press Service
21 March 2016 World Water Day: A crisis India can't ignore anymo... Daily O

 
Malnutrition and Its Linkage to Sustainable Development
ThinK to Sustain, 10 February 2012

Nida Yamin, a student at TERI University, explores the long-prevalent issue of malnutrition in India and its effects on growth and development of the country as a whole, and suggests how community-based programs can improve the situation and lead to national nutrition security.   
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