#CBEchronicles, Dec. 3: Dislocation and civic engagement in public space

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Dislocation and Civic Engagement in
Public Space with Urban@UW

Featuring:Dr. Rubén Casas, Assistant Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Dr. Anaid Yerena, Assistant Professor, in the School of Urban Studies at UW Tacoma

Moderated By:

Rick Mohler, Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture in the College of Built Environments

Joined By:

Dean Renée Cheng, FAIA, DPACSA, Dept of Architecture

Ken Tadashi Oshima, Dept of Architecture

Thursday, December 3| 5:00 – 6:30 PM PST | Zoom

These conversations are part of our #CBEchronicles project; learn more and engage with us!

Join Rick Mohler, Dr. Rubén Casas, and Dr. Anaid Yerena with #CBE Chronicles moderator Ken Tadashi Oshima for a discussion on the impact of dislocation on civic engagement. Their research asks how does dislocation, a term used here to capture the experiences of people impacted by long commute times, impact whether, when, and how people use neighborhood parks and green spaces to engage with others in the community?  We will discuss these issues and others, including your questions. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

You must register to attend this webinar. A confirmation with Zoom information will be sent to you after you register.

Use our hashtag #CBEchronicles to stay connected with what our community is doing.  We will be bringing you more events like this soon!