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Faculty Idea Fair : Carissa Schively-Slotterback

April 12, 2013Joanne RichardsonRiver MeaningComments Off on Faculty Idea Fair : Carissa Schively-Slotterback

In February, we convened an afternoon of presentations by University of Minnesota faculty to hear about work being done on the Mississippi River, and to foster a discussion of next steps.

In this video, you can hear from Carissa Schively-Slotterback, Associate Professor in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, as she talks about her work as the Director of the Urban and Regional Planning Program, and as the founder and faculty director of the Resilient Communities Project.

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