All the upcoming events in the department.
February 8: Urban Studies Colloquium: Mayor Joseph P. Riley, Charleston, SC, "A Day in the Life of an American Mayor." Waxahachie Room Coates University Center, 4:00 p.m.
February 8: Trinity Prize for Innovative Urban Governance will be awarded to Mayor Joseph P. Riley of Charleston, SC. A legendary force in that's city's political life--he has recently announced that he will run for a ninth term--Mayor Riley has proved a visionary leader for Charleston and a skillful mentor of other mayors across the country. Join us as we celebrate his life and activism at 7:30 p.m., Chapman Auditorium, on campus. Following the award ceremony, Mayor Riley will then deliver a public address entitled "Creating a Livable City: Everyone's Responsibility." For more information, contact Char Miller, 999-7608.
February 16: Coming of Age: Mid-Twentieth Century Architecture in San Antonio. 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Witte Museum, Prassel Auditorium, 3801 Broadway.
February 16-18: The Commerce of Culture: Food, Film, and Music (Economic Generators on San Antonio's East Side): a three-day community forum featuring NPR's Verta Mae Grosvenor, Economist Professor Lloyd Blanchard, filmmaker YaKe Smith, the music of Spot Barnett, Tommy Ellis, and June Parker, and Trinity professors Carey Latimore and Char Miller; for more information, contact Denise Evans, Ella Austin Community Center, 224-2351.
February 20: Utility Scale Wind Energy in Texas: Technology, Benefits, and Challenges, John Bonnin, CPS Energy; 4:00 p.m., MMS 340.
April 17: Rick Casey, “The Education of an Urban Rancher or How I Became a Cedarcidal Maniac,” Chapman Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. More information
April 30: Public Forum: COSA's $550 Bond, UTSA-Downtown, Durango Bldg., Southwest Room, 6:30 p.m. More information