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Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

Leadership in Building Communities Seminar

A collaboration of the Fitz Center, the departments of Political Science and Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work and the Public Administration graduate program, the Leadership in Building Communities seminar enrolls a mix of Master of Public Administration graduate students and undergraduates from the disciplines of political science, sociology, education, criminal justice and others. This seminar places UD students within a City of Dayton neighborhood to understand the inner workings of local politics. Through lectures, tours, neighborhood meetings, a team project, and extensive reading, the seminar teaches the art of building community. Students find the seminar eye opening and enlightening, regardless of their discipline.

Reports:

These files are in PDF format.

Roosevelt Neighborhood, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2018

University Row Neighborhood, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2017

Belmont, Eastmont and Hearthstone Neighborhoods, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2016

Five Oaks Neighborhood, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2015

Carillon and Edgemont, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2014

Westwood, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2013

Walnut Hills, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2012

Dayton View: Crossing the Creek, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2011

Creating a Shared Vision: Old North Dayton and McCook Field Neighborhoods, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2010

South Park Neighborhood Revitalization, Leadership in Building Communities Seminar, 2009

CONTACT

Fitz Center for Leadership in Community


1401 S. Main Street
Dayton, Ohio 45409
937-229-5400
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