Eric DuewekeLecturer in Urban Planning
Taubman College Outreach Coordinator
Eric Dueweke is a lecturer in urban and regional planning at the University of Michigan’s Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. He teaches the Integrative Field Experience capstone course to second-year Master of Urban Planning students. The capstone is a planning studio course that works on a real-world project with a nonprofit or local government partner. Several of Dueweke’s recent capstone projects address land banking and vacant property issues in Detroit and Flint, Michigan. In addition to negotiating projects with capstone clients, he serves as a liaison to practicing planners, especially from the nonprofit sector, in Detroit and statewide.
Dueweke is a member of several community-based organizations in Detroit and serves on the board of directors of the Michigan Association of Planning. Prior to joining Taubman College in 2002, Dueweke worked for more than 20 years with Detroit nonprofits in the fields of arts, special events, and community development.
He received a Bachelor of Arts from Wayne State University and a Master of Business Administration from the State University of New York at Binghamton.