LSCE panel: “Rethinking New Orleans: What is the Role of Planned Urban Development in the Reconstruction of the City?”
Loyola press release - March 7, 2006
Loyola University New Orleans’ Society for Civic Engagement (LSCE) is hosting a panel discussion, “Rethinking New Orleans: What is the Role of Planned Urban Development in the Reconstruction of the City?” on Wednesday, March 15, 2006, at 7 p.m.
The panel features a wide range of well-known experts from the greater New Orleans area and promises to be exciting and informative in the midst of the 2006 New Orleans mayoral campaign. Panelists include:
president, Lakeview Civic Association
director, Hope House
managing partner, Ponchartrain Capitol, L.L.C.
director, Vieux Carré Commission
project developer, Historic Restoration, Inc.
The LSCE is a bi-partisan voice on campus that organizes debates and symposiums between experts, scholars, and other academic notables. LSCE’s goal is to engage students, faculty, and community in constructive debate. LSCE promotes the dialectic method as a function of civil discourse to achieve results.
This event is co-sponsored by other Loyola student organizations, including the College Democrats, College Republicans, Pi Sigma Alpha, Student Government Association (SGA), Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), and University Programming Board (UPB).
The panel will be held in Nunemaker Auditorium, on the third floor of Monroe Hall. This event is free and open to the public. For additional information, please contact Roger White, Ph.D., at (504) 865-3530.