Join us for the opening of the Center for Regional Change Ted K. Bradshaw Resource Library! (Please note the date change.)
Public Opening of the Ted K. Bradshaw Resource Library
Sponsored by the UC Davis Center for Regional Change
DATE: May 16, 2011
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Location: Regional Mapping Lab in 152 Hunt Hall
Please join us as we celebrate the opening of the Ted K. Bradshaw Resource Library. The library was initiated through the generous donation of portions of the late Ted Bradshaw's library by his wife Betty Lou. Over his distinguished career, Ted worked tirelessly to understand and confront economic, social, and cultural challenges in a spirit of collaboration and mutual respect. Ted was a cherished colleague, mentor and friend to many at UC Davis and beyond and his memory continues to provide inspiration for the work of the Center for Regional Change.
The collection covers a wide range of subjects relating to community development, community change, and planning in urban and the rural contexts. Additionally, the library includes over 500 maps donated by the California Institute of Rural Studies. The library is open to the campus and regional community during regular business hours in the Regional Mapping Lab in 152 Hunt Hall, space generously provided by the Department of Environmental Design.
We are honored that Betty Lou Bradshaw will join us for this special opening reception. Light refreshments will be provided.
For questions or to RSVP, please contact Michael Johnson firstname.lastname@example.org.