A visitor to The Meadow, watching the new little bluestem seedlings grow.
Landscape Architecture | Regional and Community Planning
MONDAY MEMO 07.08.13
Chuck Mahron, PE, AICP will deliver the 2013 RCP Distinguished Lecture on Monday, October 14. He is the Executive Director of Strong Towns, non-profit, non-partisan organization that helps America's towns achieve financial strength and resiliency.
Readings from his book, Thoughts on Building Strong Towns, Vol 1, would be a great addition to Fall syllabi. There will be a copy available on our office bookstand.
Thank you to Kate for inviting Chuck Mahron to K-State and to Jason for lining up our Ekdahl Lecturer, Ken Greenberg. Nice work!
Design Days 2013 Wish Making is open. Spread the word to your friends and neighbors--don't be shy, make a wish for Manhattan's future:
#wishscientist on twitter
OUR CONTRIBUTIONS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Three RCP Faculty depart at the end of the week for the AESOP/ACSP Congress in Dublin, Ireland, July 15-19.
Dr. Jason Brody will present Leading Design Memes: 100 Years of the Neighborhood Unit Concept
Dr. Huston Gibson will present Pocket Parks as Community Building Blocks
Dr. Kate Nesse will present What election campaign lawn signs indicate: Estimating demographic characteristics from publically observable neighborhood.
The Children, Youth and Environments (CYE) Center has launched its online Global Photo Libraryin collaboration with the Visual Resource Center at the University of Colorado. It offers free use of images of children and youth in various environments for educators, students, community groups and other non-commercial users. This searchable library has more than 1,500 photos from 22 countries. New photos will be regularly added.
You are invited to submit photos for the library and for the Photo of the Month. Copyright remains with the photographer.
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