Hosted by CCE. Topics include "Understanding and Using Demographic Data" and "Green Entrepreneurship as an Economic Development Strategy", among many others. See the full list on YouTube.
CaRDI Creates Engagement Opportunities
On February 26, 2015, CaRDI hosted a special event focused on community engagement. A panel of faculty, students, Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) educators, community leaders and state level policymakers explained from their own experience how CaRDI has helped them build connections for research & teaching opportunities, internships, community development initiatives, policy discussions, and a variety of other purposes.
Video clips are available for each panelist:
Paul Beyer, Director of Smart Growth Planning, NYS Department of State
Shannon Bush, Graduate Student and CaRDI Intern
Lisa Goodwin, Clerk, Town of Onondaga, New York
Mildred Warner, Professor, Department of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University
Caroline Williams, Educator, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Oneida County