Twenty-three U-M Taubman College students and faculty presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning 2018 conference, which was held recently in Buffalo, New York. Below is a listing of the members of the college’s contingent, along with their presentation titles.
- Associate Professor Maria Arquero de Alarcón — Legal Actors and the Competing Functions of Urban Land: The Case of an Informal Occupation in Sao Paulo’s Periphery
- Associate Professor Scott Campbell — Retooling Our Pedagogy & Practice in Economic Development Planning and Uneven Regional Development: Causes and Concerns (panel moderator)
- Associate Professor Lan Deng — Preserving Decent Affordable Housing in Detroit: Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Project at Year 15
- Professor Emerita Margaret Dewar — Getting to Green: The Challenge in Transforming Land Use in Legacy Cities
- Assistant Professor Rob Goodspeed — Exploratory Scenario Planning: What’s it Good For?
- Associate Professor and Chair Joseph Grengs — Mobility Justice Perspectives (panel moderator)
- Assistant Professor Lesli Hoey — The Global Policy Context: Implications of the “Zero Hunger” Sustainable Development Goal for Food Systems Planning in the Global South
- Associate Professor Larissa Larsen — Heat: Can we stay cool during extreme events?
- Professor Jonathan Levine — Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety; Accessibility, Derived Demand, and Transport and Land-use Policy
- Assistant Professor James Macmillen and Associate Professor Scott Campbell — Times of Progress, Hope and Trepidation
- Assistant Professor Ana Paula Pimentel Walker — Legal Institutions and the Planning Process: Conflicts between the right to adequate housing and to a sustainable environment in Sao Paulo’s informal settlements
- Joel Batterman — Metropolitan Planning Institutions and their Limits in the Postwar Era
- Bri Gauger — Feminism, Gender, and Diversity in the Urban Planning Academy: 1986-1995
- Alex Judelsohn — Response to Refugee Resettlement: How Resettlement Cities Plan for Food and Health Needs of New Americans
- Carla Maria Kayanan — In consideration of the digital: Calibrating the economic development profession to the contemporary
- Michael RJ Koscielniak — Environments of Decline: Residential Demolition as a Regional and Political Process in Detroit, MI
- Patrick Cooper-McCann — The Fragmentation of Park Governance: Implications for Planning
- Robert Pfaff — Planning History of Detroit’s Regional Transportation Plans, 1967 & 2018
- Naganika Sanga — Rethinking NGO Involvement in Federally Sponsored Slum Housing Projects: The Case of Madurai, India
- Matan Singer — How Affordable are Accessible Locations?
- Seulgi Son — Opportunities and Challenges for Collaborative Governance: The Politics of Urban Agriculture in Seoul, South Korea
- Jacob Yan — The value of accessibility in residential location choice
- Paul Coseo, Ph.D. ‘13
- Devon McAslan, Ph.D. ‘18 — Walkability in the Seattle Urban Core: Enablers, Barriers, and Walking Satisfaction in Compact Neighborhoods.
- Nicholas Rajkovich, Ph.D. ‘14 — Environmental Planning Frameworks for Thermal Extremes: Building capacity for a smart and connected approach to creating more comfortable cities
- Danielle Rivera, Ph.D. ‘17
- Eric Seymour, Ph.D. ‘16 — Portfolio Solutions, Bulk Sales of Bank-Owned Properties, and the Reemergence of Racially Exploitative Land Contracts (with Josh Akers, assistant professor of geography and urban and regional studies at U-M Dearborn)
- Ian Trivers, Ph.D. ‘17
- David Weinreich, Ph.D. ‘16, and Thomas Skuzinski, M.U.P. ‘11, Ph.D. ‘15 (co-authors)
For more information, visit event.crowdcompass.com/acsp2018.