GW Urban Studies Colluquium series announces its March session:
Hal Wolman, Director of George Washington Institute for Public Policy (GWIPP)
"Explaining Urban Performance: Why Do Some Cities Do Better than Others (and they aren't always the ones we think they are!)."
Monday, March 7 (3-5pm)
GWU Marvin Center, Room 302
Participation is open to faculty and graduate students as well as independent scholars.
Please RSVP to Seminar Coordinator Paul Gardullo at the following e-mail address to reserve a space, request directions, and receive precirculated materials.
For more information on Dr. Wolman, the research activities and staff of the GWIPP please visit the Institute's website at the web address provided below.
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