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Upcoming Events

  • Urban and Regional Planning Program’s Fall Distinguished Lecture Series (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The UCF Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning Program presents a two evening lecture series event on October 27 and 28, 2021 at 6 p.m.Day One: Wednesday, October 27, 2021,at 6:00 p.m. ET,Dr. Ayoung Woo presents a discussion on, "Who Believes and Why They believe: Rethinking of the Causal Direction of Subsidized Housing Impacts on Neighborhoods."Description: Planners and …

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  • Public Conversation on Critical Race Theory (Session 1 of 2)

    Virtual

    Join Dr. Thomas Bryer and Master of Public Administration (MPA) students for the first of a two-part conversation on Critical Race Theory (CRT). Following prior sessions by Dr. Bryer and students on institutional racism and vaccine hesitancy, these conversations explore Critical Race Theory as a formative juncture in public policy outside the noise of political preconceptions. By developing strategies to …

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  • Fall CPNM Eminent Scholar Lecture Series featuring Dr. Pablo Rodriguez Bilella

    Virtual

    Join us Tuesday, November 9, 2021 at 9 a.m. Dr. Pablo Rodriguez-Bilella, CONICET Faculty of Social Sciences National University of San Juan, Argentina, will serve as this year's Fall's Eminent Scholar Lecturer.Presenting to a global audience, his lecture, titled, Participatory evaluation in Latin America: principles and good practices, will discuss participatory evaluation functions as an approach that enables programs to …

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  • Public Conversation on Critical Race Theory (Session 2 of 2)

    Virtual

    Join Dr. Thomas Bryer and Master of Public Administration (MPA) students for the second in a two-part conversation on Critical Race Theory (CRT). Following prior sessions by Dr. Bryer and students on institutional racism and vaccine hesitancy, these conversations explore Critical Race Theory as a formative juncture in public policy outside the noise of political preconceptions. By developing strategies to …

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  • UCF CPNM Nonprofit Community Networking Circle

    Virtual

    Join us on Thursday, December 2, 2022 at 10:00 am for our first CPNM Nonprofit Networking Circle.This is a free and public event that brings together local Central Florida nonprofit organizations and leaders. It offers light discussion and an opportunity to learn more about the CPNM and shape its future initiatives and plans. This first Networking Circle offers and opportunity …

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  • 16th Annual CPNM Public Administration Research Conference (PARC)

    Virtual

    Join us for the 16th Annual UCF Public Administration Research Conference (PARC).In an effort to overcome the vulnerabilities and challenges faced by communities and leaders around the world, government and nonprofit organizations must plan a way forward that addresses the public policies, administrative procedures, and infrastructure shortfalls laid bare by the global pandemic. This requires flexibility and willingness to implement …

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