Spring 2024 City and Regional Planning Colloquium

Spring 2024 City and Regional Planning Colloquium

The City and Regional Planning Section at the Knowlton School is pleased to announce the Spring 2024 City and Regional Planning Colloquium.

The weekly meetings bring faculty and doctoral students together to present research and discuss topics of interest to the Knowlton School and affiliated fields.

Faculty and graduate students are invited to attend. Meetings are 12:10–1 p.m. on Mondays (except where noted) in Knowlton Hall 175.

Week 1
January 8

Introduction to the CRP Colloquium

Week 2
January 15

No Colloquium in observance of MLK Day Holiday

January 17
Baumer Lecture Series
Dr. Dave Amos, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
“New Media and New Messages in the Urbanism Discourse”
Knowlton Hall Auditorium, 5:30 pm

Week 3
January 22
CRP Professional Development: Beyond ChatGPT
Research and Publication Ethics in an Age of AI

Week 4
January 29

CRP Professional Development:
Innovations in Academic Research: Bibliographic Software and Managing “The Literature”

Week 5
February 5

A Short Course on Independent Research Options:
Approaching the Thesis or Applied Research Paper with Prof. Harley Etienne, Graduate Chair

Week 6
February 12

Research Presentation: Aram Yang, CRP PhD Candidate

Week 7
February 19

A Conversation with CRPSA (City and Regional Planning Student Association): Students and the Planning Program Accreditation Process (PAB)

Week 8
February 26

A Conversation with GPS (Graduate Planners Society):
Students and the Planning Program Accreditation Process (PAB)

February 28
Baumer Lecture Series

Dr. Theodore Lim, VA Tech
“Trauma-Informed Healing-Centered Planning: Transformations in the Face of Global Climate Change”
Knowlton Hall Auditorium, 5:30 pm

Week 9
March 4

Research Presentation: “University Strategies For Engaged Scholarship”
Dr. Jason Reece, City And Regional Planning, the Knowlton School,  Vice Provost For Urban Research and Community Engagement

Week 10
March 11

No Colloquium (Spring Break)

Week 11
March 18

No Colloquium Meeting

Week 12
March 25

CRP Professional Development:
Publishing Strategies: Selecting an Academic Audience and the “Right” Journal for Your Work with Jennifer Clark (Regional Studies) and Bernadette Hanlon (Journal of Urban Affairs)

Week 13
April 1

Research Presentation: “Economic Development and Urban Planning: The Long View,” Professor Ned Hill, Public Affairs and City and Regional Planning, Ohio State

Week 14
April 8

Research Presentation: Dr. Bernadette Hanlon and Peng Chen, City and Regional Planning

Week 15
April 15

No Course meeting
National Planning Conference of the American Planning Association (April 13–16)

April 22

Summing Up Colloquium
Urban Affairs Association Annual Conference (April 24–27, New York City)