Skip to main content
January 31, 2023

Societal Big Challenges: Equitable Communities Research Forum

12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Maze-like exterior of a tan building with a blue sky in the background.

Location: Architecture Building

The University of Maryland’s School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (MAPP), in conjunction with the School of Public Health, will host Societal Big Challenges: Equitable Communities, a half-day research forum and networking event highlighting some of the groundbreaking research from MAPP, the School of Public Health and the Clark School of Engineering. Panelists will conduct 10-minute, TED-style talks covering topics like walkable streetscapes, water quality, electric vehicle infrastructure and gentrification.

Among the panelists:

  • Rachel Rosenberg Goldstein, assistant professor, Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health
  • Robin Puett, professor, Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health, and associate dean for research
  • Jennifer D. Roberts, associate professor, Department of Kinesiology 

A networking event immediately following the presentation will connect faculty, students and researchers from across campus and foster opportunities for future research collaborations.

Learn more and register to attend