MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -
Over the past few decades, the City of Pittsburgh has become “a model of Rust
Belt revitalization,” and its revival, in large part, is due to the preservation
and management of parks systems.
West Virginia University will provide an opportunity for students and community members to learn valuable lessons from one of Pittsburgh’s distinguished environmental designers, who has been a key player in the city’s reinvention.
Susan Rademacher, parks curator for the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, will serve
as speaker for this year’s E. Lynn Miller Lecture at 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 26,
in Ballroom B of the
Erickson Alumni Center.