Episode 007 | TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY IMPERATIVE Podcast
In this episode, Craig had the pleasure of interviewing Pamela Robinson. Pamela is the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Strategic Initiatives for the Faculty of Community Services at Ryerson University, an Associate Professor for the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson, and a registered professional planner. Her areas of expertise include urban sustainability, environmental design and planning, urban governance, and public engagement.
Pamela is also a member of the geothink.ca research team —her research and practice focus on urban sustainability issues with a focus on cities, climate change, and the use of open data and civic technology to support open government transformations.
In addition to her research, Pamela serves on the board of directors of the Metcalf Foundation, has participated in four Metrolinx Community Advisory Committees, is a columnist for Spacing Magazine, and is the editor of two books: Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place, and Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services.
Listen to the full conversation at www.TFCIpodcast.com and catch up on all the Twenty-first Century Imperative episodes.
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