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Professional Development Institute: Transit-Oriented Development in Baltimore

The event will focus on Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with a keynote by Amtrak's Terrance Hancock to invite student feedback on Baltimore's Penn Station Redevelopment, followed by a lively and diverse panel. The panel will introduce Planning students to career professionals and current-day development projects, concepts and models. Please RSVP for headcount.

Light refreshments will be provided. Donations are welcome and appreciated. Many thanks to MAPS sponsor, the Morgan School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) and the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association.



  • Terrance Hancock, Amtrak, Senior Real Estate Development Manager
  • Marianne Navarro, AICP, Mayor’s Office of Strategic Alliances – City of Baltimore, Anchor Institution Coordinator & Special Assistant for Economic Development
  • Lisa Hodges-Hiken, Westport Community Economic Development Corp, Executive Director
  • Adam D. Genn, Weller Development, Development Director
  • Celeste Chavis, Ph.D., P.E., Morgan State University Dept. of Transportation & Urban Infrastructure Studies, Associate Professor
  • Renata Southard, Assoc. AIA, Baltimore City, Department of Planning, Design Planner

Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 6:00pm to 8:30pm

Morgan State University, CBEIS 235
1700 E Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, MD 21251

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Arts & Culture, Educational








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Dylan Schaw

Dylan Schaw 4/24/2019

The institute of professional development is very cool for all students. This intistut will help students develop in the direction that students want. I once wanted to become a writer and my dream came true. I write literary reviews at on various literary works, I think you should go in and read them, you should be interested.

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