Friday Morning Seminars - Fall 2011
CURL Friday Morning Seminars are held regularly on Friday mornings during fall and spring semesters from 10:30am until 12:00pm in the CURL Classroom (Lewis Towers, 10th Floor).
Loyola faculty and students, staff, and community members and guests are welcome. These seminars are a time for CURL graduates, undergraduates, staff, and community members to discuss their thoughts and experiences with community-based initiatives and/or relevant research. Please note: Unavoidable changes may be necessary. Call 312.915.7769 or 7760 to confirm specific presentations.
Residents and the Planning Process: A Community Needs Assessment of Taft Homes
Kimberlee Guenther, Loyola University Chicago
Devolving the Carceral State: Rituals, Race and the Micro Politics of Exoffender "Community Reintegration"
Reuben Miller, Loyola University Chicago
Linking a Career's Worth of Urban Sociology to Community-Engaged Work
Tony Orum, Loyola University Chicago
Arts and Community Development: The Australian Experience
Lisa Andersen, University of Technology, Sydney, Shopfront Community Program. Sydney Australia
Religion in America.
Rhys Williams, Loyola University Chicago
Google: A Culture of Innovation
Brian Fitzpatrick, Google
The New Paradigm in Mapping and Geographic Information Systems: Web-Enabled Community Empowerment
David Treering, Loyola University Chicago
Doing Action Research with HCO: An Organization Serving People with Development Disabilities
Jennifer Chernega, Jay Palmer, and John Collins, Winona State University
Long-term Unemployed Who Never Become Steady Workers: Non Work Alternatives
Toby Herr, Project Match
No Seminar - Thanksgiving Break
Public Housing Estate Redevelopment: An Australian Perspective
Lauren Kenworthy, University of Western Sydney
Dana Wagner, Loyola University Chicago
Jenna Hartung, Loyola University Chicago