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Applications for the 2017-2018 Chaddick Scholars program are now available and due by November 21, 2017. Eligibility involves attending several events prior to November 3, with particular emphasis on responding to opportunities for involvement and attending Study Trips. Click here to download an application. Send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have questions, please email Prof. Schwieterman.
Thursday, December 14, 2017 from noon to 1pm
Dimensions of Divvy: The performance of bikesharing in outlying neighborhoods and inner-ring suburbs
Join us for an analysis of the effectiveness of bikesharing in outlying urban neighborhoods and inner-ring suburbs. We'll share new research on how the Divvy bikeshare program has evolved since its rollout in Chicago and its more recent expansion in Evanston and Oak Park. We'll discuss usage patterns in both urban and more suburban contexts and the extent to which programs aimed at improving active transportation infrastructure and equity have boosted ridership. Arrive with your lunch at 14 E Jackson Blvd suite 1600, DePaul University Chicago Loop Campus
between noon and 1pm. We will be meeting in the Dublin Room within the School of Public Service. Please email email@example.com
to RSVP! This is a free event.
Bring a colleague or friend!
Friday, January 26 from 9 to 11:30am
When Tenants Take a Fall: The Adaptive Reuse Of Vacant Or Underperforming Real Estate. Chaddick Institute/DePaul Real Estate Center Symposium
Join us for a symposium about the transformation of struggling retail properties into community centers, medical centers, storage facilities, and even urban farming locations. We will explore why the pace of this activity is accelerating and how adaptive reuse can earn surprisingly favorable returns for investors. The symposium will be held at 1 E Jackson, Room 8005. $45. To register, click here
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 from noon to 1pm
Improving Downtown Districts Webinar
March 17 to March 22, 2018
Brussels Study Abroad Trip
This annual trip, led by Prof. Joe Schwieterman, is one of SPS's most popular study abroad offerings, featuring field visits to NATO and outlying parts of Belgium, as well as discussions with European diplomats and senior EU strategists. Students should register for MPS 575 or an independent study for the Winter 2018 term. Click Brussels Study Abroad 2018 Info Deck.pdf
to see more, and click here
to get your application started today.
Tuesday & Wednesday, April 10-11, 2018
Transportation Research Forum's 59th Annual Forum
Transportation Research Forum is pleased to be hosting the 59th Annual Forum in partnership with The University of Minnesota’s Center for Transportation Studies at the historic Coffman Memorial Union. As always, this will be an excellent opportunity for transportation professionals, academics and graduate students to advance their research.
Discuss the latest research, debate contemporary transportation issues, give and receive feedback on research and network with other professionals at this year’s conference in Minneapolis. Abstracts are due Nov. 30th, 2017.
In conjunction with the Forum, a special half-day program will be dedicated to graduate student papers. This is an opportunity for graduate students to gain experience in presenting, receive rigorous but sympathetic feedback on research and network with potential employers.
Wednesday, May 2, 2018 from noon to 1 pm
Municipal Innovations in Environmental Policy Webinar
Chaddick will host a webinar entitled, "Municipal Innovations in Environmental Policy: Case Studies in Composting and Forestry Management
" drawing from research published in the second issue of the Illinois Municipal Policy Journal
(due out December 2017). Presenters will include Lindsay Darling of the Chicago Region Trees Initiative (CRTI)
and C. Scott Smith, Joseph Schwieterman, and April Janssen Mahajan of DePaul University. The webinar will be of special interest to communities and stakeholders who are interested in maximizing natural resources and be co-hosted by DePaul's Sustainable Urban Development Program