MSU Land Policy Institute's associate director Mary Beth Graebert and Robert Dalton, PhD student in the School of Planning, Design and Construction, presented at the World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society Conference.
This year, the Institute's contribution to research and outreach efforts have ranged widely to include such topics as placemaking, regionalism, economic development, corridor improvement and improving water quality in the Great Lakes, among others.
The Mid-Michigan Program for Greater Sustainability, a three-year HUD funded grant with local partners, including the MSU Land Policy Institute, announces the release of the “Building More Livable Communities: Corridor Design Portfolio.”
After numerous public workshops, technical meetings and countless conversations that spanned eight days, the Michigan Avenue/Grand River Avenue Charrette took another step forward in October 2013.
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights hosted the 2012 Michigan Leadership Collaborative Conference on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, in East Lansing.
The Michigan Department of Civil Rights is hosting the 2012 Michigan Leadership Collaborative Conference on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012, from 8:30am-4pm.
The 3-year grant will fund the Mid-Michigan Program for Sustainability focusing on regional planning, housing, land use, economic and workforce development, transportation and infrastructure development.