Adam Shipley uncovers uniqueness of the EPIC-Network through writing during his EPA internship

Adam Shipley joined the City of Maricopa in 2018 as the Economic Development Management Analyst. While pursuing his Bachelor’s in Urban Planning, Adam began his professional career by targeting areas prime for conservation with City of Phoenix Water Services Department. After being promoted to Economic Development Coordinator, Adam is now the project liaison for the City’s biggest commercial projects, small entrepreneurial ventures, and everything business in between. Adam is an environmental sustainability advocate, and in his spare time enjoys traveling, art, cooking, and spoiling his Chiweenie. Adam recently joined the Global Shapers Phoenix Community and the EPIC-N network to collaborate with community leaders and help make the world a better place to live. […]

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Announcing EPIC-N’s First Free Webinar Series!

Announcing EPIC-N's First Free Webinar Series!

It’s official. The EPIC-Network transitioned its 2020 EPIC-Network Conference to a free online webinar series open to anyone. Use the button below to view the list of online events currently scheduled. Learn together about various aspects of building cross-sector partnerships between universities, local governments, and community organizations. Facing the unexpected future of the response and recovery to […]

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2020 EPIC-N Conference Keynote

The EPIC-Network and the Center for Rural Engagement are thrilled to host Emily Pilloton as the keynote speaker for the EPIC-Network Annual Conference at Indiana University Bloomington. Conference goers will hear powerful lessons about community-engaged learning. Pilloton is a designer, builder, educator, and founder of the nonprofit Project H Design and its sister program, Girls Garage. Using architecture […]

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