Dave Reid

The Role of New Urbanism in Public Health & Transportation

By - Oct 23rd, 2009 12:20 pm
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Please join the Wisconsin Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism and the Southwest District of the Wisconsin American Panning Association for a panel discussion.  The panel highlights Milwaukee leaders discussing issues and opportunities to encourage active lifestyles in the urban environment.  Sponsored by the Department of Architecture Lecture Series of The University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee School of Architecture & Urban Planning

Panel participants are:

  • Marcia Caton Campbell, Ph.D. – Milwaukee Program Director, Center for Resilient Cities
  • David Schlabowske – Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator, City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works
  • Janet McMahon – Executive Director, Well City Milwaukee; Associate Vice President of Healthy Lifestyles, YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee
  • Theodore Lipscomb – Milwaukee County Supervisor, 1st District, Milwaukee County
  • Patricia Algiers – Moderator – consultant in urban and corporate placemaking; President of Patricia S. Algiers & Associates, Inc.
  • Eric Gass, Ph.D. – Presenter – Public Health Research & Policy Director, City of Milwaukee Health Department

Location:  University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee; School of Architecture & Urban Planning
2131 E. Hartford Ave. (Corner of Hartford & Maryland Avenues); Room AUP 170

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