Reception to follow lecture. This lecture series is coordinated by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute at the Maxwell School. Parking for the event is in the Irving Garage for a small fee. Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) will be provided. For additional accommodations, email email@example.com or call 315.443.5850 or 9707. For more information on our programs, visit www.maxwell.syr.edu/campbell.
This lecture is made possible by a generous gift from the Norman M. and Marsha Lee Berkman Fund
One of the country’s most respected journalists, Nina Totenberg is National Public Radio’s award-winning legal affairs correspondent. With more than 40 years’ experience at NPR, her reports are regularly featured on “All Things Considered,” “Morning Edition” and “Weekend Edition.”
Totenberg was the first radio journalist to be honored by the National Press Foundation as Broadcaster of the Year. She has been recognized seven times by the American Bar Association for excellence in legal reporting and won the first-ever Toni House award presented by the American Judicature Society for a career body of work.
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Sponsored by the Maxwell School, Campbell Public Affairs Institute, Newhouse School, The Tully Center for Free Speech, and College of Law
The Campbell Institute meets monthly to review research, events and has a guest speaker (Jill Ferguson, Grant overview)
This year’s “Stretchy Cities” Symposium features a discussion of regional governance and policy, in which local office-holders respond to presentations by leading experts on the designed, built environment. The presentations will initiate a discussion among panel members and the audience about regional urban government and a “stretched” urban landscape. The
Symposium will specifically examine the public conversation in the Syracuse
area on developing and managing the built environment.The symposium is the fifth in a series, which examines the intersections of public policy, economics, and spatial practice.The City Scripts series is co-sponsored by Syracuse University’s School of Architecture and the Campbell Public Affairs Institute within the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and funded in part by the Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) grant program.SPEAKERSDavid OwenStaff
Writer, The New Yorker; author of Green Metropolis: Why Living
Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less Are the Keys to SustainabilityMarkus MoosAssociate Professor, School of Planning, University of WaterlooRESPONDENTSJoanne MahoneyChief Operating Officer, State University New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse; former
Onondaga County ExecutiveEdward M. Michalenko, PhDSupervisor,
Town of DeWitt; President, Onondaga Environmental Institute
The symposium is curated by Syracuse Architecture associate professors Elizabeth Kamell and Lawrence Davis, undergraduate chair; Carol Faulkner, Maxwell School professor of history and associate dean; Grant Reeher, Director, Campbell Public Affairs Institute, Maxwell School.
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The Campbell Institute meets monthly to review research, events and has a guest speaker (Emily Thorson, research overview)