Innovative Governance in Large Urban Systems Class - Detroit
Date: April 14, 2015
Location: Detroit, MI
The MSU Institute of Public Utilities, the MSU Land Policy Institute (LPI) and the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale in Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland are hosting a two-week Executive Master’s course on Innovative Governance in Large Urban Systems (IGLUS) in Detroit, East Lansing and Chicago, April 13-24, 2015. Participants of this program include city managers, managers of urban infrastructures (e.g., public transport, energy, water and wastewater, waste management, parks and greens, emergency systems, airports and ports, public works, social housing, etc.), urban planners and other interested people (e.g., consultants). Several faculty members from Michigan State University, including LPI, as well as practitioners from Michigan’s large urban areas, will be participating in this program, leading presentations and dialoguing with the students. Those interested in attending this two-hour session and joining the discussion should contact Mary Beth Graebert (info above).
Topics for this class include:
- Detroit Fiscal Challenges and New Initiatives to Address Them (Community Roundtable); and
- Greening of Detroit Field Visit.