Friday, July 26, 2013

Mehta on Placemaking Panel

NeerajMehta.jpgNeeraj Mehta (MPP ' 01) was part of a panel on June 6 at the U of M on the topic of, "Perspectives on Placemaking," and discussed research and work in relation to place: everything from radical architecture to neighborhood yards, public housing to socially engaged art. Neeraj, director of community-based research at CURA (Center for Urban and Regional Affairs), joined Ursula Lang, Ph.D. candidate in geography, and Ross Elfline, assistant professor of art history at Carleton College, on the panel.

Previously, Neeraj worked as program officer at Nexus Community Partners, program manager and board member at Project for Pride in Living, and the strategic development director at Sanctuary CDC.

Connect with Neeraj on LinkedIn.

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