1. 2 Years in Graduate School: A Visual Reflection


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    This video has been made adhering to Clemson University's fair use policy for a personal academic portfolio. Please note that the music I have included in this video is NOT my own, and is credited both here and in the video's credits: "Age of Consent", written & performed by New Order. 1983. "Electric Love", written & performed by BØRNS. 2014. "Rollercoaster", written & performed by Bleachers. 2014. www.carlislesargent.com

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    • Using Tools and Data to Inform Equity-Oriented Decision-Making Webinar (10-15-14)


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      PlaceMatters facilitated this webinar on Oct 15, 2014 to learn about three strategies for thinking about and improving equity in our regions. University of Maryland demoed OppMap, a web-based tool for community-driven opportunity mapping in the Baltimore region. Jason Reece of the Kirwan Institute showed how historical analysis brought clarity to equity discussions in Cleveland. Holly St. Clair of MAPC shared lessons learned about how tapping into empathy can help cultivate an open environment for discussing equity.

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      • Tim Reardon: Putting Data to Work in Metro Boston


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        Abstract: The Metropolitan Area Planning Council uses data and technology to support more informed decision making across more than 100 cities and towns in Greater Boston. The work of the Data Services Department falls across four primary domains: Compiling, crowd-sourcing, or manufacturing data to build a better understanding of the region’s systems; democratizing access to data through interactive web portals and open data initiatives; forecasting a range of future scenarios based on different assumptions about policy decisions and external forces; and maintaining an indicators program to track progress toward regional goals. The narrative and presentation methods for this work also seek to achieve certain strategic objectives: disrupt conventional wisdom about regional and local trends; build the capacity of stakeholders to engage with policy makers and experts; bring competing priorities into higher relief so they can be more effectively balanced; and maintain a public focus on the policy levers most critical to achieving regional goals. This presentation will describe the work of the council with specific examples of how our data work has influenced local and regional decision-making. Bio: Timothy Reardon is the Assistant Director of Data Services at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, a regional public agency serving Metro Boston. He has over fifteen years of experience in regional planning, with a focus on using data and technology to support informed decision-making. Mr. Reardon oversees the agency’s applied research program where his current projects include integrated transportation and land use planning, socioeconomic projections, policy-oriented technical analysis, development of new datasets, and scenario modeling. Mr. Reardon had a leading role in the technical analysis, public engagement, communications, and implementation strategy components of MetroFuture, MAPC’s long range regional growth plan. He earned a masters degree in city planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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        • MAPC Report: More Housing Needed for Mass. Economy


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          Meghna Hari, Research Analyst for the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, talks about its new report on housing needs for Greater Boston. Interview for BNN News. Aired January 30, 2014.

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          • MAPC 20th Anniversary


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            The Master of Arts in Professional Communications is celebrating its 20th anniversary! Watch this video to hear how the program began and what the program looks like now.

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            • Cayla Skillin-Brauchle, MAPC Conference 2012, Printerdisciplinary Practices


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              This video was made for the panel discussion, Printerdisciplinary Practices, that was presented at the 2012 MAPC Conference. The panel was organized by Cayla Skillin-Brauchle and Bobby Howsare, and included Leslie Grossman, Field Trip Publishing and Travis Janssen. To see more of my work, visit: caylaskillin-brauchle.com

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              • Sustainable Communities Initiative: Equity and Scenario Planning Webinar


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                This webinar on the link between equity and scenario planning was hosted by PlaceMatters on May 16, 2012 as part of PlaceMatters work as a Capacity Building Intermediary (technical assistance provider) for the HUD/DOT/EPA Sustainable Communities Initiative program. SCI program grantees were the intended audience, but the information about how to better engage all populations in scenario planning and to measure indicators related to equity within a scenario planning process are useful for anyone grappling with equity issues and using scenario planning as a tool.

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                • Report: Wealth Gap Growing in Massachusetts


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                  Amy Grogan, Policy Analyst with the Metropolitan Area Planning Council, talks about its report on the growing wealth gap in Massachusetts. Interview on BNN News. Aired January 9, 2012.

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                  • TGC 14 MAPC (1995)


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                    Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) David Soule, executive director Edmund Tarallo, chairman RT: 28:30 Taped 4/10/95 Producer: Mary Lou Bigelow, Associate Producer/Director: Jeffrey Hosman

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                    • Death Penalty-Around The World-Iran, China, USA


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                      Royal Roads MAPC PCOM 640 Individual Presentation from Stephanie Dawson

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