Research Seminar Series
The Department of Urban and Regional Planning is pleased to announce this semester’s Planning Research Seminar Series. On select Thursdays throughout the semester, faculty and practitioners will be presenting on relevant planning issues and concerns. These seminars are intended to provide you with information about and connections to cutting edge research in our department and related fields. Brunch will be provided. All seminars will be held on Thursday in ARCH 411, from 10:35- 11:35, unless otherwise noted.
September 23: “Growth Management and Comprehensive Planning in Florida” presented by Jerry Bell and Scarlet Tenen
October 7: “You Can Feed the Pigeons, But You Can’t Feed the Homeless” presented by Joseph Jackson, Associate Director, Center on Children and Families, UF Levin College of Law
October 28: “USAs, TODs, and Community Plans: Comprehensive Planning in Hillsborough County” presented by Marcie Stenmark, AICP, Senior Planner, Hillsborough County City-County Planning Commission
November 4: “Planner’s Toolbox 2.0: The Latest Advances in GIS to Plan for a Better Future” presented by Adam Carnow, Account Executive, ESRI
November 18: “Urban Planning, the Olympics and Rio de Janeiro: Reviewing international experiences and getting ready for 2016” presented by Maria Teresa Correa de Oliveira and Genoveva Maya Fruet