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1:00 pm Creative Placemaking Webinar

Join us for a presentation by Kyle Ezell on the topic of Creative Placemaking. Kyle will discuss the importance of placemaking for communities and the various strategies to implement successful placemaking plans. Learn strategies communities have used to develop a strong sense of place and the benefit communities have gained from these efforts.  

Kyle Ezell is an associate professor of practice in city and regional planning and chair of the undergraduate program in city and regional planning at the Knowlton School, where he has taught since 2005. Ezell has 17 years of experience as a practicing city planner. His work at the school involves students heavily in experiential learning, both in nearby communities in Ohio, and on the international travel programs he manages.

Ezell studies how communities implement ideas that shape their physical identities. His goal as a planner is to create unique and dynamic urban communities based on identifying original solutions for each project. Ezell’s research and work relies on identifying locally-original ideas to create 100 percent original communities. 

Ezell has published two books, Retire Downtown: The Lifestyle Destination for Active Retirees and Empty Nesters (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2006) and Get Urban! The Complete Guide to City Living (Capital Books, 2004). He holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and a Master of Science, Geography, from South Dakota State University.

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