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Draft Plan Available for Review

Thanks to the InDesign talents of Amy Platt, one of our graduate students, our draft plan is complete and ready for internal review. I sent the message below out to all of you students and the people who helped us … Continue reading

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Video: Final Student Presentations

Here’s a video I put together of your final student presentations a few weeks ago. Again, these were nicely done! Your classmate Amy Platt and I have been editing and formatting your final submissions into a formal report to NPS … Continue reading

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Information for Final Presentations

On Friday, our final class session will be held at the historic Grant House at 1101 Officers Row, just north of our usual venue. It seems particularly fitting that we use this space, since it served from 1850 through the … Continue reading

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Additional Guidance for Final Project and Presentation

Greetings! Since we’re in the home stretch, here is the promised additional guidance for our final project and presentation. Final Presentations The final presentations will take place on Friday, March 11 at 10:00 a.m. Based on the difficulty I’ve encountered … Continue reading

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Midterm Presentations Now Online

To follow-up on my e-mail earlier this week, I’ve posted all of your midterm presentations online in .mp3 format. You can access them by clicking here.

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Update on Friday’s Presentations

In case any of you missed my e-mail message earlier: As promised, here are my thoughts regarding Friday’s class. As you can see in the syllabus, I’m expecting you to “report-out midway through the class and provide the class with … Continue reading

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Update on Responses & Example of Support for Our Work

As of this morning, we’ve heard back from 20 of the 45 park units selected and contacted. Not a bad response rate so far! Also, the energy, interest, and enthusiasm in these responses is heartening. Here’s one case in point: … Continue reading

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