PAB Panel Presentations
PAB sponsors a panel each year at the national conferences of both the American Planning Association (APA) and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP).
2014 – Session: Academic and Community Collaborative Curriculum
- Academic and Community Collaborations: Partnership Opportunities Await! (Chapin) (PDF)
- Silicon Valley as a Laboratory For Community-Engaged Learning: Spartan-Keyes Collaborative Neighborhood Planning (Nixon) (PDF)
- Zuni Pueblo MainStreet Program (Jojola) (PDF)
2012 – Session: Where’s the Diversity?
- Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Faculty of Color in ACSP Member Programs: Status and Recommendations (Umemoto et al) (PDF)
- Where is the diversity? Kansas State University’s Story (Rolley) (PDF)
2011 – Session: Keeping the Curriculum Current
- Crowdsourcing the Curriculum (Evans-Cowley) (PDF)
2010 – Session: Assessing Planning Education
The following panelists presented an analysis of data collected by the APA and AICP through periodic job analysis and salary surveys.
- How Do Planners Specialize? Implications for Planning Schools and Professional Associations (Dalton) (PDF)
- Does Planning School Payoff for Planning Practitioners? (Hoch) (PDF)
- Sector Choices in Planning: A Diagnosis (Maghelal) (PDF)
- On the Job Expectations, Experience, and Planning Education (Ozawa et al) (PDF)