Brown Bag Lecture: Two Perspectives on Neighborhood Revitalization

Brown Bag Lecture: Two Perspectives on Neighborhood Revitalization

Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Location: Harvard Graduate School of Design | 48 Quincy Street, Gund Hall, Room 124

Two Perspectives on Neighborhood Revitalization
Presentations by the 2011 Gramlich Fellows 
Jeffrey Morgan & Stephanie Brown

(L-R: JCHS Managing Director Eric Belsky, Jeffrey Morgan, Stephanie Brown, and NeighborWorks CEO Eileen Fitzgerald)

Jeffrey Morgan is a Master of Design (MDes) candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.  His presentation is (Re)vitalizing Inner-City Neighborhood Business Districts: An assessment and strategy framework for integrated micro-business and real estate development by non-profits.

Stephanie Brown is a Master in Urban Planning (MUP) candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.  Her presentation is Beyond Gentrification: Strategies for Guiding the Conversation and Redirecting the Outcomes of Community Transition.

Bring a lunch - dessert provided!
This event is free and open to the public.
Questions? Contact (617) 495-7908

The Edward M. Gramlich Fellowship in Community and Economic Development is cosponsored by the Joint Center and NeighborWorks® America.  Applications for the 2012 Gramlich Fellowship are due February 17.

 

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