Taubman College

Faculty Directory

Teaching Areas:

  • Planning History and Theory
  • Environmental Aspects of Planning
  • Quantitative Methods

Scott Campbell is an associate professor of urban planning at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, where he also directs the doctoral planning program. His research and teaching are in the areas of planning theory and history, economic development, sustainable development, regional planning, and research methods. He is co-editor of the Readings in Planning Theory / Readings in Urban Theory series. He is also the co-author of The Rise of the Gunbelt: The Military Remapping of Industrial America. His writing on sustainable development won a National Planning Award from the American Planning Association. Most recently, Campbell was the keynote speaker at "Future of Metropolis" in Vienna, Austria.Campbell has a Ph.D. and master of city planning from the University of California, Berkeley and a B.A.S. from Stanford University.

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Faculty Full-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

David Bieri Harley Etienne Jonathan Levine
Scott Campbell Robert Goodspeed Richard Norton
Lan Deng Joe Grengs Ana Paula Pimentel Walker
Margaret Dewar Lesli Hoey June Manning Thomas
Eric Dueweke Larissa Larsen  

Faculty Part-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

María Arquero de Alarcón Kimberley Kinder Monica Ponce de Leon
Robert Fishman Lucas Owen Kirkpatrick David Thacher
Douglas Kelbaugh Martin Murray  

Lecturers Part-Time in the Urban and Regional Planning Program

Peter Allen Paul Fontaine Julie Steiff
Philip D'Anieri Jeffrey Kahan  

Affiliated Faculty

Barry N. Checkoway Lidia Kostyniuk Matthew Lassiter

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