SCARP Student Symposium honours work of Tony Dorcey and Bill Rees

The fourth annual School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) Student Symposium is themed around the work of professors William Rees and Anthony Dorcey in sustainability planning. Rees and Dorcey, both retiring after many years of teaching at SCARP, will give the morning keynotes and Richard Heinberg, author of The End of Growth, will give a lunch keynote address. The evening portion will feature a keynote talk by Mike Harcourt followed by a reception.

The SCARP Student Symposium is a student organized networking event designed to gather students, professors, alumni, potential employers, and distinguished guests around a current topic in community and regional planning of SCARP students’ choosing.

Date: Feb. 10
Time: 9 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Place: Graduate Student Society Building, 6371 Crescent Road
Info: Register and view schedule of interactive workshops and panels: