PACE News & Events

Future Focused:  a PACE Alumni Networking Reception in Sacramento, CA

Future Focused:  a PACE Alumni Networking Reception in Sacramento, CA
Hosted by:  Kate White, MPA Alumna & Deputy Secretary of Environmental Policy and Housing Coordination at the California State Transportation Agency
 
Do you want to reconnect with people you graduated with, other Sacramento-area alumni and faculty from the School of Public Affairs & Civic Engagement (PACE) at SF State?  Join host Kate White, MPA Alumna & Deputy Secretary of Environmental Policy and Housing Coordination at the California State Transportation Agency, for Future Focused: A PACE Alumni Networking Reception.  The Reception is being held on Wednesday, September 13, 2017 from 5:30 to 8:00 pm in Sacramento, CA.
 
To get more details, including an invitation to this event, email pace@sfsu.edu and provide your degree program and graduation year when making the request for more information.  The event is free, but an RSVP is required by Monday, September 11 at 10 am.
 
This event provides an opportunity to tap into the PACE alumni network, to engage with PACE faculty and staff, and to learn more about opportunities to work with faculty, students, and other alumni to help you advance your career and professional development goals. Light refreshments will be served.

Urban Studies and Planning (USP) capstone course students presented their findings to external clients and faculty on May 2nd at SF State

The Urban Studies and Planning Senior Seminar is a practicum in urban planning and policy. Under the direction of Professor Ayse Pamuk (since 2001) and in collaboration with community clients, the course teaches students to solve urban planning and policy problems by combining theory, substantive knowledge, and analytical skills in the context of a client-serving project. 

PACE Faculty Discuss Homeless in the Bay Area

Dr. Brown and Dr. Yarbrough of SF State’s School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement were panelist on a Storefront Lab discussion on October 11, 2016 titled “Towards a Compassionate City: A Conversation About Homeless Encampments”. 
 

PACE Practitioner-in-Residence is awarded Juvenile Advocate of the Year

On September 17th, CJCJ's Executive Director and PACE Practitioner-in-Residence,  Daniel Macallair, was recognized by the Pacific Juvenile Defender Center (PJDC) for his decades of work in the field of juvenile justice. At PJDC's 13th Annual Roundtable Conference, Macallair was honored with the Juvenile Advocate of the Year Award for 2016, and also provided the keynote address on the "History of the California Youth Authority and Lessons Not Learned."