Temple University law students involved in the Student Public Interest Network will host a forum tomorrow on revitalizing North Philadelphia.

The forum will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Shusterman Hall Conference Center, 1834 Liacouras Walk, on Temple University's main campus. Its focus will be how Temple can participate and help shape revitalization in neighborhoods bordering the campus. The forum will feature Eva Gladstein, director of Mayor Street's Neighborhood Transformation Initiative, Rose Gray, vice president Asociation de Puertorriquenos en Marcha, John Kromer, redevelopment consultant at the Fels Institute of Government at the University of Pennsylvania, and Patricia Smith, director of special initiatives of the Reinvestment Fund. The event will use the redevelopment of the area of West Philadelphia near the University of Pennsylvania campus as a case study.

A question-and-answer session led by JoAnne Epps, associate dean at Beasley School of Law will follow the panel discussion. The session will close with a reception presenting the Rubin Public Interest Honor Society Awards to student honorees.- Amanda Rittenhouse