Save the Date Future Focused: An Inaugural PACE Alumni Networking and Roundtable Reception
Wed, March 29th, 5:30 – 9:00 pm, Redwood City
Join PACE alumni, students, faculty, and partners in San Mateo County for this Inaugural Networking Roundtable and Reception. This networking event will feature provide a forum to address issues of how the work of the public and nonprofit sector may be affected by the recent elections. Participants will engage in an interactive exercise rooted in principles of human-centered design to identify challenges confronting public and nonprofit professionals and share strategies, resources, and ideas that could address those challenges and promote a positive vision of how we can make the lives of our clients, constituents and neighbors better in the face of an uncertain future. The reception will include time for open discussion and joint problem solving and as well as ample time to mix-and-mingle with the alumni, faculty and students in our terrific programs in the School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement. Stay tuned for more information and the official invitation! If you want to receive an official invitation, make sure we’ve got your current contact information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Name, Degree(s) Awarded from SF State, Year Degree(s) Awarded, Current Affiliation, Email address.
Spring 2017 Faculty Office Hours
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Merritt Community Capital Scholarship: Deadline to Apply is Extended to March 10, 2017
ABAG's Placemaking Project
The Urban Studies Program and Dr. Ayse Pamuk's USP 680 course played a vital role in the Placemaking Project commissioned by the Association of Bay Area Government’s (ABAG). Dr. Pamuk's students spent an entire semester researching people's experience of places and how places can be designed to attract residents and create thriving communities. Please visit ABAG's website to view the Placemaking report based on this effort. After the presentation by Dr. Pamuk's student and submission of their project, ABAG’s Executive Board approved the inclusion of the Placemaking lens in the understanding of Priority Development Areas for Plan Bay Area 2040, their next round of the Sustainable Communities Strategy. Congratulations to Dr. Pamuk and her students for a successfully project of civic engagement that epitomizes the work of all PACE faculty.