The Innovative Cities Lecture Series - Engaging design: Strategies for Youth and Community Involvement

APA Wisconsin Chapter

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017
noon - 1:15 p.m. CST

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Overview

The Innovative Cities Lecture Series is arranged by the School of Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee. The series features local and regional actors who are involved in innovative approaches to issue related to urban planning, including urban design, community collaboration, comprehensive planning, and environmental remediation. This lecture focused on Krisann Rehbein's experience in community organizing. She focused on finding local leaders, engaging youth, and the importance of building social capital. 

 

Speakers

Krisann Rehbien

Krisann Rehbein is a design educator, advocate, and writer. She spent over a decade at the Architecture Foundation, where she worked with students from across Chicago Public Schools, co-wrote an architecture text for high schools, empowered community leaders to showcase their neighborhoods, and created city-wide programs to elevate the public ... Read More

Contact Info

Ben Block, bbloc@uwm.edu