New Website: The City, Land and The University
Posted by on May 6, 2005
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy announces the launching of The City, Land and The University Website
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The City, Land and The University Program focuses on university real estate development from the perspective of a variety of actors, including the university, the adjacent neighborhood, and the city itself. University engagement in the city is of great interest at this time to educators, economic development practitioners, city administrators, university leaders, real estate developers, and community groups. We bring a unique emphasis to our work. Specifically, we put the role of land and land development at the center of the university-city-community relationship.
The Website http://www.lincolninst.edu/subcenters/clu/ is designed to be a forum to facilitate thinking, conversation and action on complex university-city-community relationships. Included on the site are:
? Information on The City, Land and The University Program
? Schedule for previous and upcoming courses, workshops and seminars
? On-line registration for upcoming courses
Our Resource Library features:
? Case Studies and Presentations on university-city-community topics
? Working papers
? List of publications with on-line ordering facility
Highlights and include:
? On-line submission and posting of case studies and experiences
We will be adding more information and features to this site. We welcome your feedback on ways to make the site more useful. Please visit our new website: http://www.lincolninst.edu/subcenters/clu/. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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