Discuss making Phoenix a better place to live, work, and study, Oct. 14
[Source: Arizona State University] — Join ASU faculty, staff, and students to discuss ways to make the Phoenix community a better place to live, work and study. Featured speakers include Eugenie Birch, co-director of the University of Pennsylvania Institute for Urban Research, and Aims McGuinness, senior associate at the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems. Date: October 14, 2009 at ASU Memorial Union, Tempe, AZ. To view full agenda, click here.
Panel sessions will address the following provocative questions:
- What are the characteristics of a truly reciprocal partnership between university and community?
- How should the university contribute to the development of cultural capital/talent in the region?
- How should the university help to make the region more innovative?
- What can the university do to make metropolitan Phoenix a more resilient region?
- What should the university do to maximize knowledge transfer?
- How does Phoenix compare with other cities?
Join us for all or part of this free event! RSVP preferred by September 19, 2009. For more information, please contact Fang Jiang at 602-496-1176 or via e-mail.
Posted on September 15, 2009, in Downtown Vitality, Education, Employment, Livability, Visioning and Planning and tagged Aims McGuinness, ASU, Eugenie Birch, Tempe. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.