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Third Annual Three Rivers Urban Soils Symposium
January 13th
The Environmental Justice Symposium
January 14th
Place-Based Conference: The Role of Universities in Sustainable, Just & Inclusive Cities
January 21st-22nd 2021
Ethical, Anti-Racist and Decolonial Approaches to Engaged Scholarship
January 25th
First Peoples Past & Present: Native Health and Voting Power
January 27th
Community Engaged Scholarship Forum
March 2nd
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Place-Based Conference: The Role of Universities in Sustainable, Just & Inclusive Cities

  • When: Jan 21-22,
  • Registration link: Click here
  • Event Type: Public

 

As one of the signature events for the Year of Engagement at Pitt, Newcastle University and the University of Pittsburgh are hosting a two-day virtual conference on the role universities play in building sustainable, just, and inclusive cities. The goal of the conference is to both define what the place-based agenda is and to think systematically through the advantages of an international network that is focused on post-industrial cities. Through various plenary sessions and concurrent panels, we invite you to explore research connections and moments of intersection in our current civic engagement, but also think through the value of global partnerships to inform future efforts in this domain.

View Thursday, January 21 conference schedule here.

View Friday, January 22 conference schedule here.

 

ADD TO CALENDAR 21-01-2021 22-01-2021 America/Los_Angeles Place-Based Conference: The Role of Universities in Sustainable, Just & Inclusive Cities

 

As one of the signature events for the Year of Engagement at Pitt, Newcastle University and the University of Pittsburgh are hosting a two-day virtual conference on the role universities play in building sustainable, just, and inclusive cities. The goal of the conference is to both define what the place-based agenda is and to think systematically through the advantages of an international network that is focused on post-industrial cities. Through various plenary sessions and concurrent panels, we invite you to explore research connections and moments of intersection in our current civic engagement, but also think through the value of global partnerships to inform future efforts in this domain.

View Thursday, January 21 conference schedule here.

View Friday, January 22 conference schedule here.