Join us for an info session with instructors to learn more about the CITY100 Series collection of courses.
About this event
Want to learn how cities and communities work and change over time? The CITY100 series is a collection of practitioner-taught introductory courses on fields dedicated to shaping and building livable, sustainable and inclusive communities. You will develop foundational knowledge in the fields of urban planning, housing policy, transportation and mobility, regional planning, community data, architecture, landscape architecture, sustainable cities, and public health.
Date and time
Wed, December 8, 2021
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM PST
This info session will feature the first six classes in the CITY100 series (urban planning, housing policy, transportation and mobility, regional planning, and community data) with a future session for our other CITY100 courses later in the year.
Whether you’re starting your journey into these fields as an emerging or established professional, or as an active learner of the City, these classes are built for the beginner in mind.
Join us for an info session with instructors in the series to learn more about this unique learning opportunity. Click on this link to register.
You’ll be able to connect with:
Eric Aderneck, Urban Planning
Margaret Eberle, Housing Policy
Elicia Elliott, Transportation and Mobility
Scot Hein, Neighbourhood Design
Chris DeMarco, Regional Planning
Craig Jones and Sam Walker, Community Data
Reserve your spot, and you will receive details on how to access the free online info session.