Published on September 9, 2022
With interest in urban living on the rise, more communities are considering amending local regulations to allow accessory dwelling units in traditional neighborhoods.
Published on August 31, 2022
New Hybrid format available. Flexible self-paced learning and in-person discussion.
Published on March 8, 2022
According to author and facilitator Bill Riddick, charrettes offer transformative opportunities for public engagement and policy-change.
Published on February 24, 2022
Often a small community struggles to avoid a “conflict of interest” situation – particularly hard because of its small size. But there are not any exceptions or special dispensation due to the size of a community.
Published on December 9, 2021
Consider giving gifts this holiday season that will keep you out of debt and let someone know you care.
Published on September 15, 2021
Jack Liu is honored for both groundbreaking work integrating both humans and nature, as well as translating the work into policy and practice.
Published on September 13, 2021
Together, experts from all three institutions will help national attendees to help strengthen critical thinking skills related to future actions and decision making with sustainability in mind through this multi-topic series.
Published on September 1, 2021
The correct way to address a vacancy of a position on the board is through the bylaws.
Published on August 30, 2021
“Lead in whatever you’re doing by making it possible for others to lead.” Ted reflects on his experiences as an interdisciplinary researcher, educator, and academic administrator at Penn State University for over 45 years.
Published on August 6, 2021
Referring to the continuum of public involvement before the next big community decision will help your local government design the most effective method for engaging the public.