Leadership Course Available
There are still a few openings in this fall’s “Introduction to Participation and Engagement Processes,” to be offered six Monday afternoons (2:30-4:30pm, 220 Ingraham Hall) starting October 4th. If you have colleagues who may be interested (including student leaders or community members), please send them to this brief posting on the Public Participation LC Blog or directly to the registration site.
This is the foundational course for the “Fully Prepared to Engage” Program we are now offering through OHRD. You can get more complete information about the program here.
John Norquist to Lecture about New Urbanism
Paul Offner Lecture
Paul Offner’s legacy of applying good scholarship to public policy solutions, especially for society’s disadvantaged, is celebrated in an annual lecture held every other year at the University of Wisconsin – Madison
John Norquist’s work promoting new urbanism as an alternative to sprawl and antidote to sprawl’s social and environmental problems draws on his experience as big-city mayor and prominent participant in national discussions on urban design and school reform — as well as his degree from the La Follette School.
As president of the Congress for the New Urbanism in Chicago, Norquist has joined local activists in numerous cities as a key champion of plans to replace freeways with boulevards. A leader in national discussions of urban design and educational issues, Norquist is the author of The Wealth of Cities and has taught courses in urban policy and urban planning at the University of Chicago, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning, and at Marquette University.
Thursday • September 23
5:00 p.m. • Alumni Lounge
The Pyle Center • 702 Langdon St.
Reception to follow
Details of an audio webcast will be posted 9/20 at:
Sponsored by the La Follette School of Public Affairs and the Urban Institute.
For further information contact Terry Shelton, 608.262.3038 or firstname.lastname@example.org