The Project for Deeper Understanding

  Part three of The Project for Deeper Understanding's panel disscussion about the relationship between wages and living expenses in Park City. Moderator Scott Loomis, Executive Director of Mountainlands Community Housing Trust facilitates this discussion between panelists: Dr.Peter Phillips Ph.D.,Economics Department at the Univesity of Utah, Executive Director Deanna Rhodes from CONNECT Summit County, Local Restuarant Manager Ivonne Timar-Whimpy, Stephen Pettise, Restaurant Business Expert, Tony Tyler, Developer & Jeff Worthington, President of Utah  AFL/CIO.

Part two of The Project for Deeper Understanding's panel disscussion about the relationship between wages and living expenses in Park City. Moderator Scott Loomis, Executive Director of Mountainlands Community Housing Trust facilitates this discussion between panelists: Dr.Peter Phillips Ph.D.,Economics Department at the Univesity of Utah, Executive Director Deanna Rhodes from CONNECT Summit County, Local Restuarant Manager Ivonne Timar-Whimpy, Stephen Pettise, Restaurant Business Expert, Tony Tyler, Developer & Jeff Worthington, President of Utah  AFL/CIO.

Part One of The Project for Deeper Understanding's panel disscussion about the relationship between wages and living expenses in Park City. Moderator Scott Loomis, Executive Director of Mountainlands Community Housing Trust facilitates this discussion between panelists: Dr.Peter Phillips Ph.D.,Economics Department at the Univesity of Utah, Executive Director Deanna Rhodes from CONNECT Summit County, Local Restuarant Manager Ivonne Timar-Whimpy, Stephen Pettise, Restaurant Business Expert, Tony Tyler, Developer & Jeff Worthington, President of Utah AFL-CIO.

Here is Part Two of the Project for Deeper Understanding’s free public forum “Growth; Is Regional Planning the Answer?” hosted by The Park Record Editor Bubba Brown. It was held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on September 24th 2019.

Here is Part One of the Project for Deeper Understanding’s free public forum “Growth; Is Regional Planning the Answer?” hosted by The Park Record Editor Bubba Brown. It was held at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on September 24th 2019.

Panel Discussion Explores Gender Identification

Apr 3, 2019
Planned Parenthood of Utah Teen Council Park City

 

The Project for Deeper Understanding panel discussion on Thursday is about binary gender identification. The conversation will be led by teens from Park City High School’s Gay Straight Alliance along with current and former Teen Council members. It will be moderated by a district teacher who has been involved in social justice and educational equity training. KPCW will live stream the panel discussion on their Facebook page.

Michael Fischer

This week's Project for Deeper Understanding at St. Luke's Episcopal Church looks at the debate over Proposition 2, calling for Medical Marijuana on this November's ballot.

The event tonight will feature 10 panelists. Two of them visited KPCW Wednesday for an exchange of views.

The panel on September 20th takes place at St. Luke's near the Blue Roof at Silver Springs. It runs from 7:00 to 9:00 pm and will be broadcast live on KPCW.

The Park City Project For Deeper Understanding is titled "Sex, Power and the Workplace: Me Too Movement or Moment. The panel conversation will draw  on the recent Me Too Movement which has empowered women to speak out about sexual harassment and sexual assault in the work environment.  Carolyn Murray has this:

At last night's Project for Deeper Understanding gathering, a panel of experts discussed the importance of evacuation in case of fire. David Boyle has this:

On April 19, The Park City Project for Deeper Understanding held a forum titled "The Era of Megafires: Is Summit County Next?" David Boyle has this report:

On Thursday night, April 19th, The Park City Area Project for Deeper Understanding hosts a conversation addressing forest management and fire prevention in Summit County. KPCW will broadcast the conversation, David Boyle has a preview of the forum:

Organizers assembled a panel to talk about fake news and the demise of Civil Discourse. The forum, Thursday night, was held at St. Lukes Church  in Snyderville. Panel members included George Pyle, Ben Winslow, John Mejia, Stu Stanek, Marsha Maxwell and Robert Huber. Moderator, Renai Bodley.

Organizers assembled a panel to talk about fake news and the demise of Civil Discourse. The forum, Thursday night, was held at St. Lukes Church  in Snyderville. Panel members included George Pyle, Ben Winslow, John Mejia, Stu Stanek, Marsha Maxwell and Robert Huber. Moderator, Renai Bodley.

The Project for a Deeper Understanding holds its quarterly panel discussion on Thursday, October 5th.  The issue is Fake News  and the Demise of Public Discourse and with the current political and social climate, it is a timely conversation.  The organizers hope to have diversity of opinion and lively discourse.  KPCW General Manger, Renai Bodley will moderate.  Join in person or listen to the live broadcast starting at 7.

On today's program, Leslie Thatcher speaks to Park City School Board Member Nancy Garrison and Business Administrator Todd Hauber; Park City Manager Diane Foster and Assistant City Manager Matt Dias;
members of the Project for Deeper Understanding Charles Robinson, Mike Andrews and Daniel Patterson and Jen Billow and Sean Beard about Running with Ed.

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