Tuesday November 13, 2012

Urban Fellows breakfast: Ted Baggett, Carl Vinson Institute of Government

7:45 - 9:30 am - Room 201

The speaker for the November Urban Fellows breakfast is Ted Baggett, Local Government Program Manager for the Carl Vinson Institute of Government at the University of Georgia.  Mr. Baggett will compare and contrast county-city consolidation with the formation of cities.

Breakfast will be served at 7:45 a.m.  The speaker will present from 8 a.m. until 8:50 a.m., at which time we will take a quick break for faculty and students with a 9 a.m. class.  After the brief break, there will be a question and answer period until 9:30 a.m.

This program is for Urban Fellows students, affiliated faculty, and invited guests.  If you are interested in attending as a guest, please contact Karen Johnston at kjohnston3@gsu.edu.

Contact : Karen Johnston, Assistant Director - Center for the Comparative Study of Metropolitan Growth

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Deans' Forum

Noon - 12:50 pm - Room 201

Deans Kaminshine, Sobelson, Timmons, Hill, Johnson, and the Director of Information Technology Librarian, Terrance Manion will be in attendance to answer your questions, comments and concerns. Food and drink will be provided.

Contact : Bernitta Harris

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Sustainability Forum: Benfield

Noon - 1 pm - Room 230

Stephanie Stuckey Benfield, Director of GreenLaw and former State Representative

Contact : Max Holland

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Job Talk: Recruitment Candidate

Noon - 1 pm - Faculty Conference Room
Contact : Karen Butler

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Deans' Forum

5 - 5:50 pm - Room 100

Deans Kaminshine, Sobelson, Timmons, Hill, Johnson, and the Director of Information Technology Librarian, Terrance Manion will be in attendance to answer your questions, comments and concerns. Food and drink will be provided.

Contact : Bernitta Harris

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