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Ron Keeble fonds
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Ronald Keeble has been a member of the Urban and Regional Planning faculty at Ryerson University since 1979. His interest in teaching examined Land –use and site planning/design and Professional practice; planning ethics and theory. He has served on two occasions as Director of the School of Planning. Prior coming to Ryerson University Ronald Keeble had practiced in the private and public sector for several years. He has also completed terms as Academic Editor of PLAN CANADA (the national journal of the planning profession in Canada), and as President of the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs. In addition Ronald Keeble has had many notable publications such as “Service Area needs Survey”, “Urban and Rural Planning Information: The Prospects for Participation”. Outside of teaching in the classroom he is also active in his home community of Markham where he has served as Council appointee on several committees, as a Board Member of several community organizations, and as a volunteer on a number of local community initiatives.
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Ron Keeble joined the faculty of the School of Urban and Regional Planning in 1979 after several years of practice in both the private and public sectors. He has served on two occasions as Director of the School of Planning, and has completed terms as Academic Editor of PLAN CANADA (the national journal of the planning profession in Canada), and as President of the Association of Canadian University Planning Programs. Professor Keeble is active in the affairs of both the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Ontario Professional Planners Institute. For CIP he has served a six year term as Co-chair of the National-Affiliate Membership Committee and directed the Planning for the Future Project which is a major review of national standards and membership processes for the planning profession in Canada.
For the Ontario Professional Planners Institute he has served two terms as Director of Membership Services on the governing council of the Institute and has completed an eight year term as Registrar of the planning profession. He has also served on the Professional Practice Advisory Committee of OPPI.
Keeble's research interests are in the areas of the professional development of planners, the advancement of best practices within planning, and the integration of internationally trained planning professionals into the practice realm in Canada.
This fonds contains one issue of the journal 'Plan Canada. Canadian Institute of Planners'. (issue 26: 2 - April 1986 Neighbourhood Planning). Keeble served as the Guest Editor of this issue of the journal.
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Bibliographic information taken from: http://www.ryerson.ca/surp/faculty_staff/bios/keeble_ronald.html