Diversity in Planning Workshop – East Central Regional Planning Commission

I recently had the honor of delivering a keynote address at the Diversity in Planning Workshop held by the East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission. The workshop was held at on April 27, 2012 at the Bridgewood Conference Center in Neenah, Wisconsin. The talk was designed to set the stage for a pair of panel discussions that explored the challenges and resources brought by the nine county region. Continue reading “Diversity in Planning Workshop – East Central Regional Planning Commission”

Human-Environment Interactions in the Great Plains – A Lecture

I was asked last week to give a lecture through Compressed Video, a technology used to teach non-online distance education classes. The reason? A preliminary job interview with a university in Wisconsin. It was about as nervous and awkward of an experience as you could expect. I don’t really give myself much chance of making it to the next stage. We’ll see, I guess. Continue reading “Human-Environment Interactions in the Great Plains – A Lecture”