PLACES AND PLACEMAKING: This course will support students in cultivating a strong sense of place and developing leadership skills and experience in the pedagogy and practice of placemaking. The class will meet weekly for 2.5hr sessions for 5 weeks, with socially distanced and carefully managed classroom and outdoor in-person sessions. Students will critically explore theoretical and applied perspectives about the key concept of "place" through seminar style discussions, written reflections, and other course assignments.

This Course is eligible for 1-credit of elective credit in the Master of Professional Studies in Community Leadership upon approval of the Graduate Program Director. To transfer credit upon completion of course contact GPD Sally Scott at

This course is not limited to UMBC students and is open to the general public.

 Session Detail: 2228CRTCLDR105P101

Schedule: Every week on Wednesday, starting on 08/31/22 and ending on 09/28/22
Times: 04:30pm - 07:00pm
PRICE : $679.00


Name Additional Resources
Joby Taylor

Facility Detail

The Lion Brothers Building
875 Hollins Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
The Lion Brothers Building