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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

7:30 AM - 4:30 PM: Registration and Check-in-Room 244-Ballroom
8:00 AM - 9:30 AM: Welcome Session and Keynote Speaker: Frances Bronet-Room 244-Ballroom
Frances Bronet is senior vice president and provost at Illinois Institute of Technology.  Her opening remarks will draw from her experiences cultivating university and city partnerships in a variety of urban and suburban settings. She has worked with and served on various boards of non-profits addressing housing, education, and community design in Montreal, New York State and Chicago.  She has worked most recently with the Mayor’s office in Chicago, America’s Urban Campus, and the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning promoting renewable communities, encouraging economic development, policy and public engagement. 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM: Session 1
Track 1: Economic Development and Impact-Room 146-Crater Lake North
Abstract
10 Proven Strategies for Creating Vibrant College Town Retail Districts. Presenter: Adam Ducker, Managing Director, RCLCO
Track 2: Planning and land use-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Abstract
Let the Citizens speak! Using research to identify community and campus issues relating to planning and land use. Presenters: Dr. Jeff Martin, Associate Vice President, Clemson University; Jerry Chapman, Chairman Joint City/University Committee; and Crossie Cox, Clemson City Council
Track 3: Emergency and resiliency management-Room 231-Cedar
Abstract
Building Resilience on Campus and in the Community. Presenter: Andre Le Duc, Chief Resilience Officer and Associate Vice President, Safety and Risk Services, University of Oregon; and Vanessa Becker, Chair, Umpqua Community College Board of Trustees
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 232-Spruce
Abstract
Wellness Agents: Re-envisioning a collaborative, comprehensive and high-impact community livability, peer wellness program. Presenters: Jonathan Stoll, Director of Corvallis Community Relations within the Office of Student Life, Oregon State University; and Meghan Fitzgerald, Ph.D student in Health Policy at Oregon State University and Peer Wellness Graduate Assistant for OSU’s Wellness Agents program. 
Track 3: Alcohol, marijuana, and other drug education and abuse prevention-Room 145-Crater Lake South
Abstract
Game Day : alcohol use and misuse before, during and after college sporting events: Presenter: William Georges, the Georges Group; Gene Giron, MillerCoors; Alex Ozenberger, TEAM Coalition
Track 3: Creating environmentally sustainable communities-Room 230-Swindells
Abstract
Sustainability without Boundaries: Leveraging Green Initiatives to Bridge Campus, Community, and City. Presenters: Josh Lasky, Strategic Partnership Manager, U.S. Green Building Council; and Thomas Wheet, Sustainable Initiatives Coordinator, LINK Strategic Partners 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 2
Track 1: Economic Development and Impact-Room 232-Spruce
Abstract
How community colleges can use community partnerships to lead and ignite economic revitalization. Presenters: Jon Ruiz, City Manager, City of Eugene; Dr. Mary Spilde, President, Lane Community College; and Brett Rowlett, Director of Public Affairs, Lane Community College
Track 2: Collaborative Policy Tools-Room 146-Crater Lake North
Abstract
Engaging Students to Bridge the “Real World” Gap between Campus and Community. Presenters: Jason Dedrick, Senor Policy Analyst, City of Eugene; and Bethany Steiner, Instructor, Department of Public Policy, Planning and Management, University of Oregon; and Quinn Haaga, course participant and President, Associated Students of the University of Oregon
Track 3: Fostering equity and inclusion-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Abstract
Twenty Years of Sustainable Coalition-Building: Improving Town-Gown Relations One Street at a Time through a Social Justice, Restorative Practices, and Community Oriented Approach. Presenters: Gail Shampnois, Director of the Office of Student and Community Relations; John Mejia and Emily Howe, Office of Student and Community Relations, University of Vermont
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 230-Swindells
Abstract
Data-Driven Community Relations: Using Student Mapping Data to Advance the Conversation. Presenters: Suchitra Webster, Community Liaison, and Janet Lillie, Assistant Vice President for Community Relations, Michigan State University
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 231-Cedar
Abstract
Making communities…communities again: Canvassing to reduce high-risk off campus parties. Presenter: Todd Kamenash, Kent State University, Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Student Conduct
Track 3: Alcohol, marijuana, and other drug education and abuse prevention-Room 145-Crater Lake South
Abstract
ITGA - RRForum Strategic Alliance: an update on the development of an alcohol responsibility program for ITGA members. Presenter: William DeJong, Professor of the Boston University School of Public Health and founding Director of the Higher Education Center on Alcohol, Drug and Sexual Violence Prevention; Diane Wagner, MillerCoors; Brad Krevor, Ph.D, Responsible Retailing Forum
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM: Lunch and Keynote Speaker: Dr. Edward J. Ray-Room 244-Ballroom
Dr. Edward J. Ray became the 14th president of Oregon State University in July 2003, and is the longest-serving president among Oregon’s seven public universities. In response to enrollment growth at OSU’s Corvallis campus, President Ray and the Corvallis City Council launched Collaboration Corvallis in 2012. This effort was initiated to mutually study and address issues and opportunities regarding parking, traffic, code enforcement, infill design, rental code matters, housing on and off campus, and other important issues. Town and Gown efforts continue in Corvallis and have been expanded to engage Oregon State and the communities of Bend and Newport. President Ray will speak about these efforts, and other town and gown issues that municipalities and universities and colleges address.
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM: Session 3
Track 1: The economics of student housing-Room 230-Swindells
Abstract
FROM VACANT LOTS TO GATEWAY HOUSING: Positioning university property to anchor redevelopment and transform connectivity. Presenters: Kennard Brown, Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Operations Officer, University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC); Krisan Osterby, Campus Planning Practice Leader; and Rebecca Ramsey, Urban Planner, Perkins+Will
Track 2: Planning and land use-Room 146-Crater Lake North
Abstract
Planning for Balanced Communities – A Guide to Understanding Processes of Studentification within North American Communities. Presenters: Darren Smith, Associate Dean Enterprise and Professor of Geography, Loughborough University, UK; and Michael Fox, Professor of Geography and Environment, Mount Allison University, Canada
Track 2: Collaborative Policy Tools-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Abstract
Global Cities Initiative: DC’s College and Universities Go International. Presenter: Sally Kram, Director of Public and Governmental Affairs, Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area (CUWMA)
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 145-Crater Lake South
Abstract
Proactive Education: Working Hand in Hand with Police. Presenters: Emily Allen, Community Liaison, City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University; and Andy Leslie, Police Officer, Neighborhood Enforcement Team, Fort Collins Police Services, City of Fort Collins 
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 231-Cedar
Abstract
Piece by Piece: Building Alliances to Promote Better Community Living. Presenters: William S. Bordak, Director of Community Standards; and Patty Martin, Director Government and Community Relations, Saint Joseph's University
2:45 PM - 3:45 PM: Session 4
Track 1: Tourism through arts, music, cultural, and sporting events-Room 230-Swindells
Abstract
Community Touchdowns: Tourism through Town & Gown Championship Venues. Presenters: Greg McDanel, City Manager; and Ryan Heiland, Assistant City Manager, City of Maryville, Missouri
Track 2: Collaborative Policy Tools-Room 145-Crater Lake South
Abstract
Overlapping interests and productive partnerships:  A conversation about effective and productive town-gown police force relationships. Presenters: Chief John A. Jones, City of Oxford; Chief John McCandless, and Mike Curme, Vice President  and Dean of Students, Miami University
Track 3: Alcohol, marijuana, and other drug education and abuse prevention-Room 146-Crater Lake North
Abstract
Party Smart: Engaging Students in Solutions to Pesky Town Gown Issues. Presenters: Sally Linowski, Ph.D, Associate Dean of Students, Off Campus Student Life and Community Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst; and Lieutenant Damian DeWolf, University of Massachusetts Police Department
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 231-Cedar
Abstract
Closing the Loop: Increasing Neighborhood Livability. Presenters: Janine Kerzan, Community Outreach Director, Off-Campus Student Services, University of South Carolina; and Ray Gray, Special Projects Administrator, Governmental Affairs and Community Relations, City of Columbia
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Abstract
Live & Learn: Corvallis Police and OSU Student Conduct team up to Address Off-Campus Student Behavior. Presenters: Police Officers Trevor Anderson, James Dodge and Luke Thomas, Corvallis Police Department; and Raphelle Rhoads, OSU Community Conduct Officer
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM: Mobile Session
Track 1: Business incubators, start-ups and tech corridors
Abstract
Building a downtown innovation hub—a city and university partnership. Presenters: Andrew Nelson, Professor of Management and Associate Vice President for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Oregon; and Anne Fifield, Economic Development Planner, City of Eugene. You must pre-register for this event.  
5:15 PM - 6:45 PM: Reception at Hult Center
The reception, hosted by the City of Eugene, will be held in the heart of downtown. This event is complimentary to registrants and includes musical entertainment, hors d'oeuvers, and beer or wine. Other drinks will be available for purchase.