individualized study plan.
The Individual Study Plan (ISP) is the most important planning document that you will write in CEP. It is the program’s way of ensuring that you are intentional about your education, and that you use the considerable freedom in the major to chart your own educational path in ways that are carefully thought out and consistent with your goals as well as with the requirements of the major and the UW. In this manner, the ISP is both an academic “road map” that lays out the courses you plan to take and the activities you hope to engage in over the next two years, as well as a way to document your educational aspirations, goals, and accomplishments while in the CEP program. Of course, plans are likely to evolve while in the program. You should also think of the ISP as a “living document” – regularly revising it to reflect the changes you make as you discover new opportunities and interests.
Will is born and raised in Seattle, Washington. In addition to majoring in CEP, he is also minoring in Urban Ecological Design. Will brings to the table a background in construction management, data analytics, business studies, excellent critical thinking skills, and a sharp eye for detail. Within CEP, Will is focusing on how humans interact with the built and natural environments around them in order to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, empowerment, and profoundness of such interactions.