RU’s Policy Research Collaborative Hosts CITY OPEN Workshop Series, Starting Monday, Jan. 22

The Policy Research Collaborative at Roosevelt University is launching a new initiative, CITY OPEN workshop, on Monday Jan. 22. CITY OPEN workshop is a hands-on bi-weekly meet-up to share, learn and contribute to civic projects connecting city design and public policy.

These programs are open to the public and aim to build meaningful collaborations between community partners, engaged scholars, policymakers, and the urban planning and design community to foster civic discourse about Chicago’s built environment and spark curiosity and investment in its communities.

Interested students, faculty and staff are welcome! No prior experience is required.

CITY OPEN workshop will run bi-weekly on Mondays throughout the Spring semester, beginning Monday Jan. 22 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in WB 1315.

For more information and to RSVP, please visit the Policy Research Collaborative website or the CITY OPEN Workshop website.

from Charlie Barlow, Director, Policy Research Collaborative (cbarlow03@roosevelt.edu)

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