COVID two years out: College town economies, challenges and opportunities

Join webinar panelists from Boulder; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Ithaca, New York; and State College, Pennsylvania as they discuss how economies in college towns have fared as we emerge from the pandemic. 

COVID two years out: College town economies, challenges and opportunities

Ann Arbor/University of Michigan

• Moderator: Michael Rein, Community Relations, University of Michigan

• Maura Thomson, Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority

• Chad Weibesick, Destination Ann Arbor

Boulder/University of Colorado

• Moderator: Lori Call, Government/Community Relations, University of Colorado

• Yvette Bowden, City of Boulder

• John Tayer, Boulder Chamber

• Richard Wobbekind, Business Research Division, University of Colorado

Ithaca/Cornell University

• Moderator: Gary Stewart, Community Relations, Cornell University

• Peggy Coleman, Tompkins County Convention/Visitors Bureau

• Zoe Nelson, Office of State Relations, Cornell University

• Ken Rother, Center for Regional Economic Advancement, Cornell University

State College/Penn State University

• Moderator: Charima Young, Government/Community Relations, Penn State

• Tom Fountaine, Borough of State College

• Lee Anne Jeffries, Downtown State College Improvement District

• Greg Scott, Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County

For more information: lori.call@colorado.edu

Dial-In Information

To view: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/93843277250?pwd=YU1nU3ZyMFN0Ry9ZZTFPaFFuZEdBZz09

Tuesday, April 12 at 10:00am to 11:30am

Virtual Event
Event Type

Community Engagement

Interests

Business

Audience

Faculty, Alumni, General Public, Staff, Industry & Business Community

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