Tweetie Bird It is about imagining that the center is ever flexible and having the courage to create new centers.-Theaster Gates on his work #ArtPlace [More from ccoletta]

February 21, 2004

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Dr. Bill Reger-Nash earned his doctoral degree in exercise physiology from WVU where his dissertation focused on exercise and appetite. He has master's degrees in educational psychology and political science from the University of Hawaii. It was natural that he enter public health, serving as director of the Bayer Community Wellness Program and a member of the West Virginia House of Delegates Health and Human Services Committee. His research focuses on the use of paid media to communicate messages to entire communities.

Architect and city planner Renata von Tscharner is president of theÊCharles River Conservancy.ÊThis three-year old nonprofit isdedicated to the stewardship and renewal of the parklands along the Charles River in Boston and Cambridge.

Anne Lusk is a Visiting Scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health where she is writing a book titled "Designing a Healthy America: Bicycle Paths, Parks, and Streets." She created the Stowe Recreation Path in Vermont, one of Americas most successful. Dr. Lusk earned her doctorate from the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning.

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