The L.P. Cookingham Institute presents several lecture series on topics concerning urban, economic, sustainability and community issues. The lectures are intended to educate, engage and create channels of communication, information flow and conversation.
In the spring of 2013 Cookingham will begin an informal series for students and the community on local community and urban issues.
The second event will be Friday, April 19 at noon, Katz Hall 101, Corner of 50th and Rockhill Road. The event features a panel to discuss our digital city. Panel is comprised of Ashley Z. Hand, Jase Wilson, Stephen Hardy and DeWayne Bright.
Check back soon for the fall 2013 schedule. To offer subject or speaker ideas contact Leslie Scott.
In 2014, the L.P. Cookingham Institute of Urban Affairs will begin the L.P. Cookingham Lecture, an annual program featuring a national expert on urban and regional issues.