The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s Center for the Small City will present “Small Cities’ Response to Public Emergencies and Future Pandemics” with both in-person and virtual options on Friday, Nov. 4.
Free and open to the public, the presentation will be offered from noon to 1 p.m. at UW-Stevens Point’s Chemistry Biology Building Room 135 or via Zoom.
Participants will learn how communities in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota addressed the COVID-19 pandemic and what lessons learned for the future. It is ideal for city and health officials, emergency planners and professionals and citizens interested in the civic advancement of small cities and towns.
- Anna Haines, director and professor, Center for Land Use Education, College of Natural Resources
- Doug Miskowiak, GIS instructional administrator, Geographic Information Systems Center, College of Letters and Science
- Ismaila Odogba, co-director and professor, Center for the Small City, College of Letters and Science
To attend, register at https://rb.gy/fgrjtb.
The Center for the Small City, housed in the College of Letters and Science of UW-Stevens Point, was established in 1979. The center sponsors a biennial national conference that brings academics, small city elected officials and staff together to discuss the development, needs and problems affecting small cities.