News - May 2012 - College of Urban & Public Affairs
Monday, May 21, 2012
»Sherril Gelmon, Public Administration faculty, presented the closing plenary "Where To From Here? Considering Impact of Community Engagement from Multiple Perspectives" to the national conference of the Canadian Alliance of Community Service Learning in S
»Karen Seccombe, Community Health faculty, gave a featured talk, "The Family Side of China," at the Northwest Council on Family Relations Conference, Portland, May 18.
»Erna Gelles, Hatfield School of Government faculty, co-authored a chapter, "Question Mapping: A Method for Organizing and Sustaining Dialogue" published in Resolving Community Conflicts and Problems, Public Deliberation and Sustained Dialogue, Columbia Un