Anna Joo Kim named as ACSP Conference Track Co-Chair for Planning Education and Pedagogy through 2020
Jan 25, 2018 | Atlanta, GA
School of City and Regional Planning Assistant Professor Anna Joo Kim was named a track co-chair for the Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning for a three-conference term through 2020. Kim will oversee the Planning Education and Pedagogy track.
“It’s great to be chosen as a track chair for the ACSP conference in Planning Education and Pedagogy," said Kim. "As one of Tech’s studio instructors, pedagogy, and the process of how we apply our planning knowledge in diverse communities is really important to me. It will be interesting to see the knowledge developed by this generation of planning practitioners and scholars, and I hope to see more of our graduate students submitting to the conference.”
Kim joins two others from the School of City and Regional Planning. Associate Professor Nisha Botchwey is serving her second year as a co-chair of the Food Systems, Community Health and Safety track. Dr. Carlton Basmajian (MCRP ’00), Associate Professor at Iowa State University, is serving as a co-chair of the Planning History Track.
The next ACSP conference takes place October 25-28, 2018 in Buffalo, New York. The theme of the conference is “Continuing City: People, Planning and the Long-Haul to Urban Resurgence.” For more information on the ACSP website, click here.
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