Professor Mark Tewdwr-Jones , Professor of Town Planning from the University of Newcastle in the UK has arrived at UNSW Built Environment to kick-off the Master in Strategic Urban Policy and Planning course with a series of intensive workshops over the next two days.
Mark is Professor of Town Planning at Newcastle University and one of the UK's leading authorities on planning, land use, and historic and contemporary urban change. He previously held a professorial position at the UCL Bartlett School.
During his time here at UNSW Built Environment, he will be running a number of other special events and workshops over the next fortnight, open to the wider public to attend:
Tuesday 19 August 2014, 12.30-2pm
Faculty Research Workshop: Writing for Publication (link)
Registrations are essential. Register here (link)
Wednesday 27 August 2014, 12noon-1pm
Seminar: Newcastle City Futures: an urban room with the city
Registrations are essential. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
Find out more about Professor Mark Tewdwr-Jones’ career and publications on the Newcastle University website (link to bio http://www.ncl.ac.uk/apl/staff/profile/mark.tewdwr-jones).