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Georgia Tech to Make Presence Felt at APA Conference in Chicago

Apr 8, 2013 | Atlanta, GA

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Kyle James

From April 13-17, the City of Chicago will host the 2013 American Planning Association’s (APA) National Conference, an annual meeting of planning professionals, academics, and students from across the country. The conference provides a mix of professional development programs and networking opportunities in addition to a closing day “UnConference” which allows attendees to engage in spirited discussions about the connections between planning practice and technology in a free-form setting.

The School of City and Regional Planning will have yet another strong showing at the annual conference with over 20 current students attending, along with a several faculty members and numerous alumni. Below is a list of SCaRP-related presentations (to be updated as more information becomes available):

  1. Amy Ingles, Poster: Monday, 12 – 2pm. Utilizing Health Impact Assessment (HIA) as a Tool for Incorporating Health Metrics into Performance Management
  2. Anna Harkness, Poster: Monday, 12 – 2pm. Engaging Vulnerable Populations in Health Impact Assessment
  3. James Wong, Aaron Gooze, Landon Reed, Poster: Monday, 12– 2pm. Transit Data Analysis
  4. Margaret Carragher, Poster: Monday, 12 – 2pm. Innovations in Multi-Modal, Schematic, Transit Mapping