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Human Cities Expo 2016

December 7, 2016 -
11:00am to 6:00pm
d.school atrium

Join us for the annual Stanford Human Cities Expo, a day-long celebration bringing together interdisciplinary perspectives on advancing a human-centered approach to cities.The Fall 2016 Expo will feature interactive exhibits, presentations from Human Cities Initiative classes, and keynotes from distinguished scholars and practitioners. Special highlights include an exhibit on the UN Habitat III conference in Quito, Ecuador and community-based projects in local Bay Area cities. This event is free and open to the public.Interactive exhibits from 11am-6pmMain Stage PresentationsJoin us for the annual Stanford Human Cities Expo, a day-long celebration bringing together interdisciplinary perspectives on advancing a human-centered approach to cities.The Fall 2016 Expo features interactive exhibits, presentations from Human Cities Initiative classes, and keynotes from distinguished scholars and practitioners. Special highlights include an exhibit on the UN Habitat III conference in Quito, Ecuador and community-based projects in local Bay Area cities. Interactive exhibits from 11am - 6 pm.SCHEDULE12:00pm: Welcome from the Human Cities Initiative - Deland Chan and Kevin Hsu, Co-Founders12:30-1:00pm: Ian Klaus, Senior Adviser for Global Cities, U.S. Department of State1:30-3pm: International Urbanization Seminar Presentations3:30-4pm: Miriam Greenberg, Professor of Sociology and Founder of the Urban Studies Research Cluster, University of California, Santa Cruz4:30-6pm: Defining Smart Cities PresentationsThe Human Cities Expo is organized by the Stanford Human Cities Initiative with support from the Program on Urban Studies, Haas Center for Public Service, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Stanford Urban Resilience Initiative, International Policy Studies, Earth Systems Program, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the Stanford d.school and Tsinghua University, Tsinghua Academy of Art & Design, and Tsinghua Department of Construction Management.

Event Co-Sponsor(s): 
Earth Systems Program, John A. Blume Earthquake Engineering Center, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of, Program on Urban Studies, d.school, International Policy Studies , Haas Center for Public Service
Contact Email: 
deland@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650-724-6252