“Teaching Civics & Economics: The Gopherland Game,” (presented with Tyler Burkhart, City of Woodbury, at the MCSS Conference in St. Cloud, MN on March 11, 2013)
“Using i-County Simulation to Teach Secondary Social Studies,” (presented with Dianne Miller at the Mn Council of Social Studies Annual Conference in St. Cloud, March 5, 2012)
“Planning Ethics and the Public Interest,” (presented at the MN Chapter of the American Planning Association in St. Cloud, September, 2011)
“The Miniapple Game: Simulating Economics & Politics,” with Dianne Miller & Ron Johnson (presented at the MCSS Conference in Rochester, MN on March 4, 2011)
“Mapping the Nonprofit Sector in Ghana,” with Sam Afrane (presented at the Association for Research in Nonprofit and Voluntary Organizations, November, 2010)
“Planning Ethics and the Public Interest,” (presented at the MN Chapter of the American Planning Association in Mankato, September, 2010)
“Nonprofit current conditions and economic outlook,” panel facilitator, MN Council of Nonprofits regional meeting (Mankato, MN, July 19, 2010)
“Planning Ethics and the Public Interest,” (presented at the MN Chapter of the American Planning Association in Brooklyn Park on September 17, 2009)
“Teaching About Local Government: Your One-Stop Shop,” with Dianne Miller (presented at the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Spring Conference, March 6, 2008)
“Local Government panel,” with Laura Harris,
Roxie Traxler, & Mike Erikson (presented at 2006 Update Workshop of the
Learning Law and Democracy Foundation,
“Social Studies in Action: Engaging with Local Government” with Dianne Miller (presented at Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Spring Conference, March 9, 2006)
“Engaging Future Teachers About Civic Education”
(presented at the American Democracy Project Second Annual Workshop,
“The social studies and the local community: Teaching where you live,” with Dianne Miller (presented at Minnesota Council for the Social Studies Spring Conference, March 3, 2005)
transportation look like in the future?” (presented at the Greater Mankato
Chamber of Commerce Transportation Summit,
the Plan: Organizational
Transformation of a Community-Based Clinic” (presented at Association of
Collegiate Schools of Planning conference,
“Why Are There Slums? Teaching the Prisoner’s Dilemma,” MSU Talking About Teaching and Active Learning Conference, Spring 2004.
“Wireless Support for Classroom Activities: Delphi Process & Simulation Games (presented at the Wireless & Mobile Technologies Conference, Minnesota State University, 11 November 03)
“Serving the Underserved” in the Community (MN Valley Federal Credit Union Board Retreat, 1 November 03)
Responsibilities of the Nonprofit Board: Building the Vision (CHAP Board Retreat, 28 October 03)
The Duty of Fiduciary Oversight: Making Sense of the Numbers (Nuts & Bolts of Nonprofit Board Leadership, 9 April 03).
“Human Subjects Research: Faculty & Institutional
Obligations,” MnSCU CTL Conference, 11/8/2002 (
Data Needs and Analyses for Master’s-Focused
Institutions (presented at Council of Graduate Schools National Conference,
Methods for Determining the Size of Graduate
Assistantship Awards (poster session at AAHE National Conference,
The Role of Comprehensive Universities in Regional Development (presented at Council of Graduate Schools National Conference, New Orleans LA, December 8, 2000)
Sacred Secular Places: The Holy in Everyday Urban
Life (presented at the Making Sacred Places Conference,
Impact of Capacity Building on Collaborative
The Voluntary Sector in a Post-Federal Environment
(presented at the Private Values in Public Life Symposium at the Paul Ylvisaker
Center, Bethany Lutheran College, April, 1996)
Community Development After the "Sea Change": Common Ground of the Public and Nonprofit Sectors (presented at the 26th annual UAA conference, March, 1996, in New York).
Back to the Future: Kids in the City (with Randy Thoreson, presented at MnAPA/MPA Conference, September, 1995 in Alexandria, MN).
The Future of Urban Affairs (presented at the 25th annual UAA conference, May, 1995 in Portland, OR).
Slaying the Academic Couch Potato Dragon: The Potential of Games and Simulations in General Education (with Mary McDearmon, presented at 6th Annual MSUS Teaching Conference, November 5, 1993 in
Passing the Torch (Keynote Speech, University Honors Banquet, April 12, 1992)
Tribal Economic Development, (presented at American Indian Symposium at
A Viable Alternative to "Mass Gas" (Traditional Lecture) Approach to Large Section General Education Course - The Androgogical Model (with Mary McDearmon, presented at 4th Annual MSUS Teaching Conference, October, 1991, in Brooklyn Park, MN).
Kids and Concrete (with Randy Thoreson, presented at MnAPA/MPA Conference, April, 1991, in
Historical Perspectives on the
Anthony J. Filipovitch and Clay Gustafson, "Effects of State and Local Tax Policy on Non-Profit Service Delivery," (presented at the 1989 Urban Affairs Association Conference, Baltimore, MD)
Anthony J. Filipovitch and Dennis Welsh, "What a Planner Can Be: Mid-Career Renewal and Personal Growth in Government Service," (presented at the 1987 Minnesota Planning Association Meeting, St. Paul, MN).
Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Corporate Self-interest and the Public Good," (presented at the 1986 Urban Affairs Conference,
Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Kids and Concrete" (a panel of research presentation at the 1985 Urban Affairs Association Conference,
Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Adapting Off-the-Shelf Spreadsheet Software to Local Government Needs," (presented at the 1983 Computer Symposium for Local Government, July 27,
Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Status of Local Government Computer Usage in Minnesota: An Overview," (presented at the 1983 Computer Symposium for Local Government, July 27 & 28, Duluth, MN).
Anthony J. Filipovitch, Streetsong: Children in the City," (presented as the
Susan Saegert, Jerry Maltz, Franklin Becker, Anthony Filipovitch, "Children's Perception and Presentation of Home Range and Neighborhood Environments (panel presentation at the 1983 Environmental Design Research Conference, Lincoln, NE).
Linda E. Saltzman and Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Delinquency Prevention in the Design of Communities," (presented at American Society of Criminology in
Anthony J. Filipovitch, "Problems in Establishing Neighborhood Boundaries," (accepted for presentation at "The Role of Policy Analysis in the Education of Planners," MIT, October, 1979).
Anthony J. Filipovitch, Kristin K. Juliar and Kimble D. Ross, "Children's Perceptions of Their Neighborhood Environments," (presented at Mind Child Architecture,"
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