#72 Community Collaboration in Achieving Healthy Neighborhoods

Number of presentations - 9, including:

Navigating Upstream: A Community Based Participatory Approach to Achieving Social and Environmental Health Equity (Paper)
Jana Meinhold, Assistant Professor, Child and Family Studies, Portland State University; Veronica Dujon, Professor of Sociology, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

Planning Social Infrastructure for Sustainable Cities: Identifying Needs and Challenges in Portland (Paper and Slides)
Eileen Brennan, Research Professor of Social Work, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA

University Bike Path: A Collaborative Effort between the Graduate Architectural Studio, the State, and the University (Paper and Slides)
Thomas Sammons, Professor, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA, USA

Capturing community aspirations for public transport (Paper)
Shahed Khan, Assoc Prof, Dept of Urban and Regional Planning, Curtin University, Bentley, WA, AUSTRALIA

Collaborative Urbanism - Cities brought back to life by their communities (Paper and Slides)
Kylie Legge, Director, Place Partners - Place Making Consultancy, Bondi Junction, NSW, AUSTRALIA

Revisiting the Five Points Partnership: Measuring the Success of Citizen Sponsored Revitalization (Paper and Slides)
Theodore Sawruck, Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, USA

Municipal Renewal in Tough Economic Times - How Partnering with the Community Can Spell Success! (Paper and Slides)
Gloria Lindsay Luby, Councillor, City of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CANADA

Influencing Livability through Fringe Arts, Full Participation, and Civic Tinkering (Paper and Slides)
Scott Tate, Extension specialist, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA.

Sustaining Emergent Culture in Montreal’s Entertainment District (Paper and Slides)
Anjali Mishra, Project Director, S.A.L.A, Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, Montreal, QC, CANADA

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