I’m a member of the newly formed student organization the “Urban Issues Collective.” Below is information about the first event we’re sponsoring. If you are interested in urban issues – whether New Urbanism, architecture, transportation, urban politics, etc – and would like to join the organization, come to the event or email one of the addresses below to get on the email list.
“****** IS URBAN PLANNING THE CAREER FOR YOU? ******
The Urban Issues Collaborative is holding an informational forum for undergraduates on pathways in urban planning.
* Find answers about how a career in urban planning can make a difference in addressing issues of sprawl, segregation, urban redevelopment, sustainability transportation, public health, education, and more ….
* U-M graduate students, professors, and planning professionals will discuss and answer questions about the field of urban planning and the prospects for the future.
WHERE: 1528 CC Little
WHEN: This Thursday, February 12 7:00-9:00 PM
Megan Gibb – Ypsilanti Planning & Development Department
Aseem Inam – Professor of Urban Planning
Melisa Tintocalis – U-M PlannerÂ’s Network
Miranda Schell – U-M Urban Planning Students Association
Carlton Basmajian – Ph.D. Program in Urban Planning
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Email Steve at smichejd at umich.edu or Kumar at kkintala at umich.edu
Co-sponsored by Students for PIRGIM, U-M Planner’s Network, and Urban Planning Student Association.”