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Dive into the Discourse: "Charrettes and the Next Generation of Public Engagement"

 

The Salon Sessions at CNU 19, being held in the breakout rooms between 8 and 10pm on Thursday, 6/2, are where institutional opinions are pit head-to-head concerning some of the most pressing and vital urban-related issues of the day. 

People are Talking...

 

Excitement is building for CNU 19 in Madison!

In addition to being the featured topic on WISC-TV's "For the Record," (see post here), the following outlets are singing the CNU 19 song:

"For the Record" Shines the Spotlight on CNU 19

What does Madison watch on Sunday morning for the latest and most pertinent news in the city?

A Citizen’s Guide to LEED-for Neighborhood Development

From our good friends over at NRDC:

Kick off CNU 19 with "A Mayor's View of Milwaukee"

Kickstart your CNU 19 experience by joining CNU CEO & President John Norquist on his homecoming "A Mayor's View of Milwaukee" tour. Norquist will lead a day-long journey highlighting how he used New Urbanist strategies to revitalize downtown and other neighborhoods during his 1988-2004 mayoralty, positioning the city to beat rustbelt trends and grow its population and downtown employment base.

FBCI Announces Driehaus Form-Based Codes Winners

The Form-Based Codes Institute has announced the winners for the 

Midwest Sustainable Cities Symposium

The following is a guest post from the minds behind the Midwest Sustainable Cities Symposium, taking place this upcoming weekend in Chicago. For those in Chicagoland, this is a great opportunity to put on your Congress-minded hat before heading up to Madison for CNU 19. Hurry and register for CNU 19 today!

Big Easy, Complete Streets

The minds behind CNU are always in demand. Just last week, our Planning Director Heather Smith was called by the Louisiana chapter of the AARP to participate in a series of events being conducted in Baton Rouge and New Orleans.

Dive into the Discourse: "Disaster Strikes New Orleans: Hospitals Trashing the Beautiful City"

 

 

The Salon Sessions at CNU 19, being held in the breakout rooms between 8 and 10pm on Thursday, 6/2, are where institutional opinions are pit head-to-head concerning some of the most pressing and vital urban-related issues of the day. 

Jarrett Walker, CNU 19 panelist and HumanTransit.org blogger, Speaking at UW-Madison on Tue. 05/31

 

CNU 19 attendees arriving early are invited to hear international transit consultant and HumanTransit.org blogger Jarrett Walker speak at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Tuesday, May 31st at 7:00 p.m.