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The first three classes listed below will join forces in a multi-disciplinary workshop focused on the application of community development principles and techniques to the solution of environmental, economic and social problems in the neighborhood of Alta Sita.
The Symposium will provide higher education programs with the tools to focus research, teaching, and service efforts to support community stabilization and revitalization efforts.
New additions to the website include the report generated from the Resident Panel, Reflections on the East St. Louis Action Research Project from a Community Perspective. Also added, are images from both conference days.
There has been a change in the start date and application deadline. New start date is 01 March 1999. Applications are now due on 08 January 1999. The advertisements are located at: ../jobs/
The entire Spring Calendar of ESLARP programs is on the website (address below). You may note especially, the large public events:
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Document author(s) : Tom Shields, Deanna Koenigs
Last modified: 21 December 1998, Deanna Koenigs