Workshops and Symposia

We conduct participatory mapping workshops to help facilitate dialogue, discourse and decision-making with a wide variety of stakeholders. We are especially interested in workshops that focus on equity and access in the urban environment. If interested in learning more, or to partner with us, please contact

Oppressive Infrastructures is a regional colloquium exploring exploring inequity through close examination of the data we use to study diverse dimensions of social and physical infrastructural systems, their inherent bias, and their lasting oppressive legacies. Read more.

Seeing Food Systems was a series of workshops facilitated in 2018 that used mapping and participatory workshop methods to explore the potential for a university-wide food systems consortium at North Carolina State University.