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Friday, June 2, 2017

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM: Diversity and Inclusion Panel-Room 244-Ballroom
Track 3: Fostering equity and inclusion
Putting Equity Into Action – A Panel Discussion. Panelist: Jane Irungu, Assistant Vice President and Director of Intercultural Initiatives, University of Oregon; Jennifer Van Der Haeghen, Manager, Office of Human Rights and Neighborhood Involvement, City of Eugene; and Frances Bronet, Senior Vice President and Provost, Illinois Institute of Technology 
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM: Session 9
Track 1: Retaining and [Entertaining] local talent-Room 146-Crater Lake North
Soul-cial Media: Authentically Engaging Your Audiences in High Tech and High Touch Ways. Presenters: Michael Akin
President; and Jevin D. Hodge, National Engagement Coordinator, LINK Strategic Partners
Track 1: Business incubators, startups and tech corridors-Room 232-Cedar
Beyond Welcome Week- Opportunities for Shared Experiences between Community Members and Students. Presenters: Jessica Greene, Director of Enjoy Oxford; and Jen O'Brien, Director of Off-Campus Outreach, Miami University
Track 2: Intersection of social equity, environmental health and economic prosperity on policies-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Exploring Solutions Together – Dealing with Complex Planning Problems in a University Town. Presenters: Erin Beaudin, CAO, Town of Wolfville, NS; and Michael Fox, Professor of Geography and Environment, Mount Allison University, Canada
Track 3: Livability: Strengthening stewardship and safety of on-and-off campus communities-Room 145-Crater Lake South
Balancing Neighborhood Identity with Economic Development: A Parking Story. Presenter: Jeff Petry, City of Eugene’s Parking and Technology Manager
Track 3: Livability: Strengthening stewardship and safety of on-and-off campus communities-Room 230-Swindells
Getting There: Moving the Georgetown Community Around the District. Presenters: Cory Peterson, Director of the Office of Neighborhood Life; and Patrick “PT” Jones, Assistant Director of the Office of Neighborhood Life, Georgetown University
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Session 10
Track 2: Planning and land use-Room 145-Crater Lake South

Implementing Bike Share: A Partnership between the City of Eugene, Lane Transit District, and the University of Oregon. Presenters: Reed Dunbar, AICP, Transportation Planner, City of Eugene; Kelsey Moore, Bike Program Coordinator; Emily Eng, Planning Associate with Campus Planning; and Josh Kashinsky, Office Specialist, Parking and Transportation Department, University of Oregon

Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 119-Diamond Lake
Living the Good Life: How to Equip Students for Off-Campus Living through Education, Collaboration, and Innovation – A Workshop Model. 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 145-Crater Lake South
Leveraging partnerships to fund law enforcement efforts in a university business district. Presenters: Captain Sam Kamkar, Officer Scott Fellman, West University Foot Patrol Contract Officer, City of Eugene; Police Officer Zack Hermens, University of Oregon; Harlow Meno, Police Substation Manager; and a West University Business District Board Representative 
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 230-Swindells
Building It Together - Off-Campus Living and Community Policing. Presenters: Kerri Willson, Director; and Philip Chambers, Associate Director, Off-Campus Living & Community Partnerships (OCLCP); and Officer Marlise Correa,  Rutgers University Police Department
Track 3: Off campus living experiences and impacts-Room 232-Cedar
Fraternity and Sorority Event Registration & Fire Safety: Pre-registration and inspection of fraternity & sorority in-house events. Presenter: Jim Patton, Fire Prevention Officer, Fire Marshal, Corvallis Fire Department and Oregon State University
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM: Lunch-Room 244-Ballroom
Track 3: Alcohol, marijuana, and other drug education and abuse prevention
Legalization of Adult Use of Cannabis: The Impact on a Campus Community. Presenters: Lieutenant Jennifer Bills, Eugene Police Department; Jennifer Summers, Director of Substance Abuse Prevention, University of Oregon; and Jessica Cronce, Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology and Human Services, University of Oregon
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM: Mobile Session
Track 3: Creating environmentally sustainable communities
An EPIC Approach to University-Community Partnerships. Presenters: Megan Banks, Sustainable Cities Year Program Coordinator, University of Oregon, and Courtney Griesel, Senior Management Analyst – Economic Development, City of Springfield.