From Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture website:
“Nationally known experts on sustainability—especially of the systems that support cities—will join city officials and local civic leaders for an eye-opening look at “What Makes a Resilient City?” during a day-long conference presented by the Sustainability Forum of the Dallas Institute’s Center for the City. The conference will take place 9 am-4pm, Friday, April 19, in the Dallas City Council Chambers at 1500 Marilla Street. Admission is $30 for members of The Dallas Institute and its co-sponsors, $45 for nonmembers, and $10 for member teachers. To register, visit www.dallasinstitute.org, or call (214) 871-2440.”
On October 6, 2011, 6:30 – 8:30 PM, the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture’s Institute 100 will present a program entitled “The Mexican Drug Wars” by Brookings Institution Fellow Dr. Vanda Felbab-Brown, a leading expert on drug interdiction efforts and counter-insurgency. For more information click thru.