Tennessee State University's College of Public Service invites you to attend their 2018 Black History Month event - Gentrification Across the Spectrum: Film Screening and Discussion of NorthEast Passage. Gentrification is an issue that is significantly impacting all of Nashville, especially those areas surrounding the two TSU campuses. Join College of Public Service students as they host a screening of NorthEast Passage, a film that explores how gentrification impacted Portla...nd, Oregon. The screening will be followed by leaders from the public, private, nonprofit, and grassroots/community action sectors discussing how gentrification is impacting Nashville, and what can be done to minimize the negative effects of a rapidly changing real estate market.
• Morgan Mansa | Executive Director, Metro Nashville’s Barnes
• Tifinie Capehart | Realtor, SilverPointe Properties
• Hiram Brown | Manager of Strategic Growth, Urban Housing
• Ruby Baker | President, Bordeaux Hills Residential Association
In order to ensure sufficient refreshments are available for attendees, please RSVP via the EventBrite page by Sunday, February 11.
Please direct any questions about this event to:
Dr. Anthony Campbell, email@example.com or 615.963.7098
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Please see link below concerning classes and registration! Welcome back students and we know that your semester will be productive!
In a time of widespread concern about the relationship between education, workforce development, and economic competitiveness, the College of Public Service's Institute of Government invites all interested community members to a deliberative dialogue on “Education, Human Capital and Innovation for an Economy of Knowledge.”
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Our very own, Dr. Michael Harris, Dean & Professor of our College will be one of the keynote speakers at DISC2016.
Greetings, #DISC2016 attendees!
This year's conference is only a few months away, so I, as the conference committee chair, am writing to provide guidance on pr...eparation:
#DISC2016 is a "paper optional for professionals" conference by design, but a presentation is required. Sessions are 90 minutes in length, and we limit presentations to 3-4 per session (15 minutes each) to allow for extensive discussion. We also utilize a chair-discussant model for feedback; attendees should provide their presentation and/or paper to each track chairs at least a week before they arrive. More directives will be sent to track chairs in a future message.
If you would like to be considered for the #DISC2016 award program, please submit your manuscript directly to the Awards Committee chair, Kyujin Jung (Tennessee State University) at firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 1st. We will have awards for Best Paper, Best Student Paper and Best Practitioner Paper.
CeDEM Symposia, pre-formed panels and workshops may have additional instructions. Please consult with your track chair for guidance.
Our affiliate publication, the Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, will release a special issue on #DISC2016. It can be found at eastasia.yu.ac.kr
We have been receiving a number of submissions this year, so thank you for your help in priming #DISC2016 for success! We look forward to seeing you in Daegu, South Korea!
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