Stanford Human Cities Initiative
“Build a better shared urban future by putting people first.”
The Human Cities Initiative is kicking off their Human Cities NYC program tonight that “aims to invite diverse perspectives from the fields of government, academia, planning, advocacy, and design to explore what a smart city looks like within the context of New York City and the Human Cities framework.” Our own Shin-pei Tsay is giving the keynote lecture at the Opening Forum tonight. Register here and Join us!
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17 – 6:30pm
HUMANCITIES@NYC OPENING FORUM
Registration required for building entry. Doors open at 6pm.
Location: TransitCenter, 1 Whitehall, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10004
Shin-pei Tsay, Executive Director, Gehl Institute
Carmen Oleksinski, Transportation Planner, Metropolitan Transportation Agency
Christopher Pangilinan, Program Director, Technology and Rider Engagement, TransitCenter
Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman, Urban Anthropologist, THINK.urban
Stephen Kennedy, Interaction Designer, Sidewalk Labs
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 – 2-4pm
HUMANCITIES@NYC FINAL SHOWCASE
Location: Stanford in New York Center, 915 Broadway, Suite 1801, New York, NY 10010