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Student Presentation Schedule

Student Poster Session: Friday, February 5th, 2:30 - 3 pm and 5 - 7 pm Student Oral Presentations: Friday, February 5th, 1:15 - 2:30 pm and 3:00 - 3:50 pm Saturday, February 6th, 1:15 - 2:05 pm

poster presentations Friday

There will be two poster sessions on Friday, February 5th in Peter Clark Hall, University Centre.  The first session will run between 2:30 and 3:00 pm and the second 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm during the evening's social event.  Presenters, click here for instructions.

1. Sama Bassidj & Marcel Gelein: Back to the Future: Mapping Urban Agriculture in Toronto

2. Adam Bentley: Residential Intensification in Kingston's Near-University Neighbourhoods

3. Angela Bepple: Planning for Creativity: Revising the Official Plan of Prince Edward County

4. Corrine Cash: Planning for equity and sustainability: the case of Stellenbosch Municipality.

5. Émanuèle Lapierre-Fortin, Miriam Booy & Kelly Paul: Beyond Ends and Means - Spirituality and Values in Planning

6. Erin Harkins: Planning for Drinking Water Source Protection: Health risk perception & land use decision making

7. Nisha Shirali: Opportunities and Constraints to Employment Area Maximization in the Greater Golden Horseshoe

8. Erica Springate: Analysing Transfer Penalties within Waterloo Region’s Transit System

9. Denise Whaley: Going Beyond the Minimum: Duty to Consult with Aboriginal Peoples

10. Xiaolu Yan: The Waterfront Development, Case Study of Haimen City in China

oral presentations Friday

{Concurrent Sessions}

Topic: Food & Agriculture1:15 - 2:30 Room Number: UC 442 Facilitator: Meredith Davis

1:15 - Robin Chang: Perceptions & understanding of the concept of sustainability by diverse horticulture crop production in the Lower Mainland B.C. 1:40 - Penny Kaill-Vinish: The place for rooftop food production in urban food system planning 2:05 - Tammara Soma: The missing link? The role of the food systems planner

Topic: Intensification & Revitalization 1:15 - 3:50 Room Number: UC 333 Facilitator: Safiyya Devraj

1:15 - Matt Armstrong: Improving urban parks in Hamilton: An evidence-based approach and discovery of the root/route of fear 1:40 - Adam Bentley: Residential intensification in Kingston’s near-university neigbourhoods 2:05 - Dave Onishenko: Greyfield redevelopment: Opportunities, constraints & the future of urban redevelopment 3:00 - Jed Kilbourn: Urban revitalization in Toronto: A new paradigm or more of the same? 3:35 - David Welwood: Railyard revitalization in North Bay

Topic: Equity & Inclusivity in Planning1:15 - 2:30 Room Number: UC 334 Facilitator: Therese Ludlow

1:15 - Angela Bepple: Assessing barriers to homelessness: A needs assessment of Seaton House 1:40 - Corrine Cash: Planning for equity and sustainability: The case of Stellenbosch Municipality 2:05 - Rafael Villarreal Pacheco: Mapping social exclusion: An exploratory study of spatial social exclusion indicators for Montreal

Topic: Participatory Process & Community Engagement 1:15 - 3:50 Room Number: UC 441 Facilitator: Colin Dring

1:15 - Denise Whaley: Going beyond the minimum: Duty to consult with Aboriginal peoples 1:40 - Morgan Boyco: Diamond politics: Participatory environmental management and Canada’s first diamond mine 2:05 - Joanna Duarte Laudon: Our views matter: Using participatory methods to evaluate participatory budgeting in Toronto community housing 3:00 - Anna Wong, Erika Jerme and Ada Chan: The development of participation: Examining community consultation in a gentrifying Toronto 3:35 - Denisa Gavan-Koop & Kerry Girvan: Civic participation in the urban planning process in Dorset Park

Topic: Progress in Urban Planning1:15 - 2:30 Room Number: Peter Clark Hall Wing Facilitator: Katie Temple

1:15 - Ana Stuermer, Paul Yeoman & Tony Boutassis: Redesigning Kingston for the future: The Barrack District 1:40 - Nisha Shirali: Opportunities and constraints to employment area maximization in the Greater Golden Horseshoe 2:05 - Kadambini Pandey: Information technology & urban design

Topic: Mixing Uses3:00 - 3:50 Room Number: UC 442 Facilitator: Meredith Davis

3:00 - Heidi Postnikoff, Theresa Gilchrist & Teresa Thomas: A planning project for mixed-use affordable housing in downtown Kingston: The Byron Parking Lot site 3:25 - Andrea Hamilton & Sarah Brown: Sustainable vision for the Cyrville Road Mixed-Use Centre, Ottawa, ON

Topic: International Planning3:00 - 3:50 Room Number: UC 334 Facilitator: Therese Ludlow

3:00 - Derek Nawrot: Living in the mega city: A case study of Sao Paulo, Brazil 3:25 - Christopher Gallop: Planning in China: Urban mega projects and progressive planning

 

oral presentations Saturday

 

{Concurrent Sessions}

Topic: Chaos, Complexity & Comedy1:15 - 2:05 Room Number: Science Complex 3317 Facilitator: Émanuèle Lapierre-Fortin

1:15 - Jonathan Bleackley: Chaos, complexity and planning 1:40 - Mathew Alexander: Plan for comedy

Topic: Progress in Theory & Practice1:15 - 2:05 Room Number: Science Complex 1511 Facilitator: Miriam Booy

1:15 - Kent Hakull: Progressive planning is relative 1:40 - Alejandra Perdomo & Erkin Ozberk: A look at the Seaton Community

Topic: Planning for Sustainability1:15 - 2:05 Room Number: Science Complex 2315 Facilitator: Meredith Davis

1:15 - Tyson Daoust: Marine conservation planning in Canada

If you have any questions concerning your presentation please contact Erin Harkins at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

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