This is a past Event
Professor, Graduate Center for Planning
The Murphy Institute is co-sponsoring a fall 2011 series, “Urban Innovations,” with the TULANE UNIVERSITY School of Architecture.
201 RICHARDSON MEMORIAL
(THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE)
Tulane University (Uptown Campus)
A Reception will be held prior to the event at 5:00PM at the event location
About the Speaker
Shiffman is a city planner with 45 years of experience providing program and organizational development assistance to community-based groups in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods. Trained as an architect and urban planner, he is an expert in community-based planning, housing and sustainable development. He has had extensive experience bringing together private and public sector sponsors of housing and related community development projects. Shiffman co-founded the Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development [PICCED] – the nation’s largest, public interest architectural, planning and community development office in the country.
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