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Taubman College/MSU Land Institute Social Justice Impacts on Place Performance Panel
A+A Auditorium (Rm 2104)
Art + Architecture Building
Taubman College faculty members, Dr. Margi Dewar and Dr. June Manning Thomas, are speaking on a panel, "Social Justice Impacts on Place Performance," March 18, 2010, at 11:30 a.m., room 2104. The panel is part of the MSU Land Policy Institute's Reinventing Prosperous Places Series. Dewar and Thomas will talk about, "Cities after Abandonment." Dr. James Edwards, Grand Valley State University, will join the panel, and talk about, "Sharing the Same Baseline: Democratizing Community Information."
The Reinventing Prosperous Places seminar series is focused on how state economic success will be tied to the success of Michigan "places" in the new, global economy.
For those unable to attend, watch the Webinar live: http://breeze.msu.edu/mihelp/.
The MSU Land Policy Institute was founded in 2006 and focuses on research and outreach related to land use and strategic growth in the New Economy. The institute delivers innovative solutions, transitioning knowledge from land use experts to the community. It is supported by Michigan State University, Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station and MSU Extension programs, and by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.