The MPA program and the Center for Urban and Public Affairs would like to wish Hani, Francis, Missi and Elyse the best of luck in their future careers as they graduate this spring with their graduate degrees.
They’ve researched hundreds of topics, written reports, facilitated focus groups, performed countless interviews, represented staff in community meetings, and organized video shoots, among a variety of other tasks. The four have worked as graduate research assistants...
Martin Kim, 2000, M.U.A. We’d like to introduce you to Martin Kim, adjunct professor with the Department of Urban Affairs and Geography since 2009. While he taught Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Principles and Advanced GIS courses over the last 6 years, this fall Martin will teach the Community and Regional Planning course (GEO/URS 3200).
On Thursday, March 13, 2014, nearly 100 guests mingled over food, drinks, and good company. The Department of Urban Affairs and Geography and the Center for Urban and Public Affairs invited alumni, previous staff and faculty, and community partners to the reception. Held at Wright State University’s Nutter Center Berry Room, the event was a success.