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Thursday, April 5 • 9:10am - 10:35am
TH9.10.19 Tourism-related Initiatives--Who Pays? Who Benefits?

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Space Available Revisited: Convention Center Development and Market Realities 
Heywood Sanders, University of Texas at San Antonio

The Impact of the 2016 Republican National Convention on Cleveland
Candi Clouse, Cleveland State University
Iryna Lendel, Cleveland State University; Luke Seaberg, Cleveland State University; Luke Seaberg, Cleveland State University

City Marketing in Strategic Urban Planning: The Case of Porto Maravilha’s Urban Legacy in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
Laysa Abchiche, Universidade de Brasília; Maria do Carmo De lima Bezerra, Universidade de Brasília

Built on Hope and Tax Credits: How a Sports and Entertainment District Revitalized Downtown New Orleans 

Casey Schreiber, Dillard University


Casey Schreiber, Dillard University

Bleu Devils: History of Athletics at Dillard University, Dillard University
Dillard University, a private, liberal arts, historically black college in New Orleans, Louisiana has been contributing to positive outcomes for African American men and women since 1869. Using a historical perspective, this paper gives voice to the role of sports in the 150 year... Read More →

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Candi Clouse, Cleveland State University

Program Manager, Center for Economic Development, Cleveland State University
Candi Clouse is the Program Manager in the Center for Economic Development at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. In her current role, she supports the center with data analysis, economic impact modeling, and industry research. Ms. Clouse... Read More →

Thursday April 5, 2018 9:10am - 10:35am EDT
Pine West (Mezzanine Floor)