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Loyola University Chicago

Center for Urban Research and Learning

Friday Morning Seminars - Spring 2006

DateTopicPresenter
Jan 20 Philanthropy Integrated into the Classroom Gene Beaupre, Xavier University and Roger Grein, private philanthropist
Jan 27 Report on the Differential Impact of Gentrification on Chicago Communities Philip Nyden, Emily Edlynn, and Julie Davis, Loyola CURL
Feb 3 From the Perspective of Diverse Users: Findings from an Evaluation of the City of Chicago Domestic Violence Help Line Michelle Fugate, Mayor’s Office on Domestic Violence; Christine George, Sarah Stawiski, and Natalie Haber, Loyola CURL
Feb 10 Compliance Issues in Community Based Research Dr. Malcolm Barth & Dr. Jessica Horowitz, Loyola University Chicago, Office of Research Services
Feb 17 Emerging Study of the Chicago Housing Mixed-Income Transformation on Chicago's Southside Philip Nyden, Emily Edlynn, and Julie Davis, Loyola CURL
Feb 24 The Scholarship of Community Engagement: Lessons Learned from The Ottawa Coalition in Toledo, Ohio Dr. Samuel Attoh, Loyola University Chicago, Graduate School, Dean
March 3 The Metamorphosis of an Organization:  Latinos United and its new Latino Action Research Network Juanita Irizarry, Executive Director, Latinos United
Mar 10 No Seminar. Spring Break  
Mar 17 Municipal Wireless and Urban Communications Dr. Harvey Jassem, Loyola University Chicago, School of Communication, Technology, and Public Service
Mar 24 TIME: The Nature and Role of School Law in Administrative Practice - A National Study Dr. Vivian Gordon, Loyola University Chicago, Administration and Supervision, School of Education
Mar 31 Collaborative Models for Preparing Teachers to Teach in High Need Schools Dr. Ann Marie Ryan, Loyola University Chicago, School of Education
Apr 7 A visit to the Chinese American Service League and walking tour of Chinatown Attendance limited to 20. Please RSVP to Gina Lopez at 312.915.8603 or glopez@luc.edu
Apr 14 Good Friday – no seminar  
Apr 21 Ritual and Artistic Mechanisms for Community Building: A Model from San Juan Capistrano (CA) Dr. Kathleen Adams, Loyola University Chicago, Department of Anthropology
Apr 28 Black on the Block: The Politics of Race and Class in the City Dr. Mary Patillo, Northwestern University, Department of Sociology

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