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Thursday, March 20 • 1:30pm - 2:50pm
TH3.10 Seeking the Inclusive City

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Moderator: Mara Sidney, Rutgers University-Newark

  • Beyond Participation: A Review of Best Practices in Inclusive Problem Solving
    Barbara Brown Wilson, University of Texas at Austin; Nicole Joslin, University of Texas at Austin

  • Immigration and the Marketing of Indianapolis as a ‘Global City’
    Sang S. Lee, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

  • Reducing the Perception of Cycling Danger in the African American Community
    Talia McCray, The University of Texas at Austin; Teri Durden, The University of Texas at Austin; Eileen Schaubert, Independent Cycling Instructor

  • Understanding Learning in Participatory Budgeting: Identifying Dialectic Tensions + Resolutions using a Discourse Analysis Approach 
    José W. Melendez, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Beyond Workers and Criminals: How Local Immigrant Organizations in the U.S. and Canada Resist National Policy Designs
    Mara Sidney, Rutgers University-Newark


Presenters
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Sang S. Lee

Doctoral Candidate, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Talia McCray

University of Texas at Austin
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Mara Sidney

Rutgers University-Newark
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Barbara Brown Wilson

University of Texas at Austin

Co-Authors
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Eileen Schaubert

Independent Cycling Instructor
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Nicole Joslin

Development Manager, Austin Community Design & Development Center
After working for Architecture for Humanity on a Hurricane Katrina recovery program in Biloxi, MS, Nicole moved to Austin and co-founded Women.Design.Build to provide more opportunities for women to engage in community driven design and construction activities. She concurrently worked for the architecture firm BOKA Powell on local mixed-use developments and received her architectural license in 2012. Her background in architecture, development... Read More →
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Teri Durden

The University of Texas at Austin

Moderators
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Mara Sidney

Rutgers University-Newark

Thursday March 20, 2014 1:30pm - 2:50pm
Goraz Room (Westin River Level)