Rethink: Planning for an Uncertain Future Student Symposium

The SCARP Student Symposium is a student organized networking event to foster strong academic/practitioner interactions. The symposium is designed to gather students, professors, alumni, potential employers as well as distinguished guests around a current topic in community and regional planning of SCARP students choosing.

This year the single day event will be themed around the work of two well-known academics and planning practitioners who are retiring after many years of teaching. Professor William Rees’ and Anthony Dorcey’s community work and academic contributions to the field of sustainability planning are the inspiration behind this year’s symposium. The panels, workshops and interactive seminars will integrate industrial partners and students. William Rees and Anthony Dorcey will provide inspiration as our morning keynotes, panels and workshops are scheduled throughout the day and Richard Heinberg will give a keynote address during lunch.  Read about the interactive workshops and panels scheduled for the day-long event at

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