Root Shock and the Built Environment: Addressing Social Dimensions of Equity and Sustainability by Dr. Mindy Fullilove
The Center for Urban Research and Learning (CURL)& the College of Arts and Sciences at Loyola University Chicago invite you to join us for a public lecture.
Root Shock and the Built Environment:
Addressing Social Dimensions of Equity and Sustainability
Dr. Mindy Fullilove
Dr. Fullilove, an internationally-known author and Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, will be the first speaker in a CURL series bridging the physical and social aspects of equitable environmental sustainability. The lecture will focus on how community reinvestment and change in the physical environment without resident voice can have detrimental social and mental health consequences. Alternatives and solutions to these issues will also be addressed.
When: Monday, November 12, 2012 at 7pm until 9:30 pm
Where: Multi-Purpose Room of the Simpson Living Learning Center, on Loyola University’s Lake Shore Campus, 6333 N. Winthrop, Chicago
This event is open to the general public.
Parking (cash or credit card) is available in Loyola's parking structure. A map of the campus, including the location of the parking structure (P1) and the Simpson Living Learning Center (31), can be found here.