[ Update ]
- Three Spring Semester Courses Focus on East St. Louis
- EDRA Conference In St. Louis to Feature ESLARP Activities
- Spring Outreach Weekends
- Neighborhood News Jan./Feb. 1998
- ESLARP Offices Move to Noble Hall
- ESLARP Update Page
Three Spring Semester Courses Focus on East St. Louis
- ARCH 372/374 : Architectural Design Studio
An interdisciplinary vertical studio for design innovations in
affordable housing for Emerson Park.
- LA 338 : Strategic Design
Multi-scale land resource analysis and design. Master planning for
enhanced quality of life in East St. Louis.
- UP 378 : Community Development Workshop
A workshop focusing on the development of the Emerson Park
Comprehensive Plan and the siting of public housing throughout
the city of East St. Louis.
EDRA Conference In St. Louis to Feature ESLARP Activities
ESLARP faculty and staff will present workshops and provide a tour for the Environmental Design Research Association conference entitled "People, Places and Public Policy" (March 4-8 in St. Louis).
Spring Outreach Weekends
This spring a series of volunteer activities will be taking place as part
of the East St. Louis Action Research Projects. A series of three
outreach weekends, four alternative spring break groups, and a service
fraternity workday will all bring student volunteers to the city in an
effort to strengthen the partnership between citizens of East St. Louis
and University of Illinois.
Neighborhood News Jan./Feb. 1998
- East St. Louis Neighborhood Leaders Oppose Municipal Budget Proposal
- NTAC Sponsors Grantwriting Seminar
- Olivette Park Neighborhood Association Makes Great Strides in 1997
- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development(HUD) offers Illinois Non Profits Technical Assistance and Training
- 1998 Illinois HUD Training Workshops
- Neighborhood Technical Assistance Center $500.00 Available to Non-Profits for Conference Registrations
- Free Tax Preparation Service
- Career Works Inc. Free Job Training Courses!
ESLARP Offices Move to Noble Hall
ESLARP faculty, staff and research assistants have moved into their new space in Noble hall. The ESLARP mailing address has stayed the same.
- Project Coordinator, Room 326, 265-0202
- Prof. Ken Reardon, Room 327, 244-5376
- ESLARP Studio, Room 322, 333-7749
- Research Assistants
Room 315, 333-7744
Room 317, 244-9320
Room 324, 244-9233
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Document author(s) : Deanna Koenigs
Last modified: 25 February 1998, Deanna Koenigs