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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Career Development
    Nationwide and International Alumni Jobs Alumni Network Job and Internship Listings Job and Internship Listings Weekly Student Newsletter The Department publishes a weekly newsletter that contains all of the job and internship announcements sent to the Department from potential employers For copies of the weekly newsletter please follow the links below Current Issue May 14 2013 Past Issues May 3 2013 April 23 2013 April 11 2013 April 2 2013 March 19 2013 March 5 2013 February 26 2013 February 12 2013 January 28 2013 January 7 2013 December 31 2012 December 24 2012 December 17 2012 December 10 2012 November 30 2012 November 19 2012 November 12 2012 November 2 2012 October 26 2012 October 19 2012 October 12 2012 October 5 2012 September 28 2012 Sepetember 21 2012 September 14 2012 September 7 2012 August 31 2012 May 25 2012 May 18 2012 May 4 2012 April 27 2012 April 20 2012 April 13 2012 April 6 2012 March 30 2012 March 23 2012 March 16 2012 March 11 2012 March 5 2012 February 24 2012 February 17 2012 February 9 2012 February 3 2012 January 27 2012 January 20 2012 January 9 2012 January 3 2012 UW

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> People
    plus the Summer Session Current curriculum vitae of applicant For visiting scholars the Department presumes that a Ph D or equivalent terminal degree is necessary to adequately conduct research An applicant without such a degree must justify the Department s waiver of this requirement For visiting practitioners a Masters or significant amount of planning experience is necessary Statement of Fluency in English Research and teaching is conducted in the English language at the University of Wisconsin Madison Your letter should state the level of spoken and written English you possess B Review of request by the Department For proposed stays for longer than 2 months upon receipt of the above described information the Department considers the request for a visiting scholar appointment at the October Department faculty meeting for stays proposed to begin the following January and at the March Department faculty meeting for stays to begin in September It is your responsibility to have your request to the Department in time for its consideration and any other approvals you might need If a majority of the faculty approves the Chair will send you a written invitation to join the Department as a visiting scholar For proposed stays of less than 2 months the sponsor host professor will negotiate the details of the stay with the Department chair C After faculty approval you submit additional documents Before the Department can request that the University of Wisconsin Madison issue you a DS 2019 immigration form you must send us Financial documentation indicating sufficient funds to cover your stay Documentation must be in English Documents must be original photocopied or faxed copies are not acceptable In addition specific U S dollar amounts are required on financial documentation statements such as funds to cover stay are not acceptable The amount of financial support changes annually For the current amounts see web site of the International Faculty and Staff Services Office in the University s Office of Human Resources http www ohr wisc edu ifss index htm Applicants who use private funds to cover their stay must send bank records in English on letterhead with original signatures indicating account balances which clearly demonstrate that funds are sufficient to cover the intended duration of stay City and country of birth for applicant and accompanying family members Date of birth of applicant and accompanying family members Country of citizenship and legal permanent residence of applicant and accompanying family members U S Social Security number if you have been to the United States and obtained a Social Security number on a previous visit More complete information for international visitors is available from the web site of the International Faculty and Staff Services Office in the University s Office of Human Resources http www ohr wisc edu ifss index htm Please read this website which has links to important information about health insurance requirements with the Student Health Insurance Plan SHIP D The University sends you DS 2019 authorization The DS 2019 form allows the applicant to request

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    methods to help inform contemporary theoretical debates about community food systems public markets space use and street vending businesses His primary dissertation research on Chicago s Maxwell Street Market established the foundation for what has become a wider range of studies of the social cultural and economic factors that involved in the interactions between public marketplaces and the areas where they are established His new research on community and regional food systems expands his intellectual and policy agenda through the 5 million dollar USDA AFRI grant of which he is Project Co Principle Investigator Morales work is written for practicing planners and policy makers as well as social scientists and stands at the forefront of current inquiry in its engagement with demographically diverse communities and with various economic and political institutions His work has been published in the top journals of five disciplinary associations and discussed in numerous national and international media outlets Professor Morales has articulated his theoretical and research interests in three edited or co edited books and more than 30 articles and book chapters Professor Morales received his graduate degrees from Northwestern University Ph D 1993 the University of Chicago AM 1989 and the University of Texas at Dallas MS 1987 He was a Dissertation Fellow at the American Bar Foundation and a Ford Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow He has been recognized for his teaching generally and work with students of color particularly The Health Resources and Services Administration the USDA the Ford Foundation and the American Bar Foundation are among organizations that have supported his research Professor Morales is on the board of EDCO Ventures a nonprofit that develops for profit businesses in economically distressed areas He also hosts openair org a webpage on street vendors and public markets At the University of Wisconsin Professor Morales is

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    Power 2011 Incorporating social context variables into paired watershed designs to test nonpoint source program effectiveness Journal of the American Water Resources Association 47 1 196 202 View Publication Genskow K and Linda Stalker Prokopy 2010 Lessons Learned in Developing Social Indicators for Regional Water Quality Management in Society and Natural Resources Vol 23 Issue 1 Pages 83 91 View Publication Urban and Regional Planning URPL Department of University of Wisconsin Madison 2009 Implementing the Great Lakes Compact Wisconsin Conservation and Efficiency Measures Report Extension Report 2009 01 View Publication Genskow K and D Wood 2009 Measurement Learning and Adaptation in Planning and Implementing Voluntary Nonpoint Source Watershed Programs Journal of Planning Literature 24 2 137 154 View Publication Prokopy L K Genskow et al 2009 Designing a regional system of social indicators to evaluate nonpoint source water projects Journal of Extension 47 2 View Publication Genskow K 2009 Catalyzing Collaboration Wisconsin s Agency Initiated Basin Partnerships Environmental Management 43 411 424 View Publication Genskow K L Prokopy and R Power 2008 Using social data in nonpoint source management Lakeline 28 3 19 22 View Publication Genskow K J Haack and M Kornmann 2008 Partnering for Shoreline Protection in Wisconsin s Burnett County Lakes What Roles for Lake Associations Lakeline 28 3 45 49 View Publication Genskow K 2008 Using Social Indicators to Reduce Nonpoint Source Pollution In Environmental Communication Social Marketing published by UW Extension Environmental Resources Center 1 1 5 View Publication Genskow Kenneth D and Stephen M Born 2006 Organizational dynamics of watershed partnerships A key to integrated water resources management Journal of Contemporary Water Research Education 135 56 64 View Publication Genskow K J Blasczyk and S Slater 2006 Assessing Conservation Practices and Information Preferences in the Fever River Headwaters Area Report for the UW Platteville

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    Analysis visit the SIDMA website http www iwr msu edu sidma Evaluating Programs for Nutrient Management Planning Dr Genskow is working with University of Wisconsin educators and researchers to determine effects of educational programs on farmer nutrient management practices Woodland owner education Through the Regional Natural Resources Program Professor Genskow is working with partners on approaches to target outreach efforts to woodland owners not traditionally involved in forest management For

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    and developers at the following link Download GIS Based Toolkit If you have any questions or suggestions about the toolkit have trouble projecting your data layers for the Site Assessment component or cannot use compressed files please contact Aslı at gocmen wisc edu GIS Use for Planning in Wisconsin Aslı has lead an effort to evaluate the use of GIS in Wisconsin s public planning agencies The study emphasizes the

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    Regulations and Subdivision Permitting Process Landscape and Urban Planning 110 123 133 Linked at http www sciencedirect com science article pii S0169204612003003 Göçmen A and A Levine eds 2012 Web based GIS Applications for Planners A Practical Reference Extension Report 12 02 Department of Urban and Regional Planning University of Wisconsin Madision Extension Göçmen Z A 2011 A New GIS based Toolkit to Help Planners and Developers with Sustainable Land Planning Land Use Tracker 11 3 5 6 Göçmen Z A and J Gao 2011 Assisting with Ecological Land Planning Introducing the Conservation Subdivision Ecological Design and Site Assessment Toolkit Journal of Extension 49 4 http www joe org joe 2011august tt8 php Prokopy L S Göçmen Z A Gao J Allred S B Bonnell J E Genskow K Molloy A and R Power 2011 Incorporating Social Context Variables into Paired Watershed Designs to Test Nonpoint Source Program Effectiveness Journal of the American Water Resources Association 47 1 196 202 Linked at http onlinelibrary wiley com doi 10 1111 j 1752 1688 2010 00508 x full Göçmen Z A and S J Ventura 2010 Barriers to GIS use in Planning Journal of the American Planning Association 76 2 172 183 Göçmen Z A and K Van Gilder eds 2010 A Handbook of Web based Environmental Geospatial Data for Wisconsin s Planners University of Wisconsin Madison Extension Göçmen Z A Ventura S J and A Seeboth 2010 Geospatial Data Issues in Wisconsin Public Planning Agencies Cooperative Extension Publications G3872 03 Göçmen Z A Ventura S J and A Seeboth 2009 GIS Training A Guide for Wisconsin Public Planning Agencies Cooperative Extension Publications G3872 02 Göçmen Z A 2009 GIS Use in Planning in Wisconsin s Public Agencies Proceedings of the International Conference of Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management Göçmen

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  • Urban and Regional Planning >> Faculty Profile
    for Planners Fall 2009 Syllabus This course introduces students to the broad theoretical and conceptual background of GIS and GIScience explores planning related GIS data analytical tools and issues and gives students basic hands on experience using GIS software URPL 841 Planning for the Ecological City Spring 2010 Syllabus This course is designed to familiarize students with ecological processes strategies for designing with nature planning responses to environmental problems in

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