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David J. Edelman

Title: Professor, Master of Community Planning Coordinator
Office: 6102 Alms Building
Tel: 513-556-2378
Email: david.edelman@uc.edu

David J. Edelman, FAICP FSU Eur Ing SIA/KIVI, is Professor of Planning and was Director of the School of Planning for eleven years at the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning of the University of Cincinnati. He was formerly Chairman of the Department of Urban Environmental Management at the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) of Erasmus University, Rotterdam and Director of the Centre for the Urban Environment, operated jointly by IHS and another Dutch institution, Wageningen University. With more than thirty-five years of experience in urban and regional planning, energy planning and economics, urban environmental planning, university teaching, research and administration, as well as in the training of mid-career professionals, he has spent fifteen years of that time working as a technical expert and project manager in forty-five countries for both Swiss and American consulting engineering firms. His long-term overseas experience includes Liberia as a US Peace Corps Volunteer Teacher, Thailand as Associate Professor of Energy Planning and Policy at the Asian Institute of Technology, the Philippines as Staff Energy Consultant at the Asian Development Bank developing the Second Bangladesh National Energy Plan, and Israel as Lady Davis Research Fellow in City and Regional Planning at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Professionally certified in the US, Switzerland and the Netherlands, he is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio State chapter of the American Planning Association (APA) and is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners.

Education

  • Certificate, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, 1967 (Middle Eastern Studies).
  • BA, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, 1968 (History).
  • Certificate, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC, 1969 (West African Studies and Education).
  • MRP, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1974 (Urban Planning and Development).
  • PhD, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1978 (Policy Planning and Regional Analysis).
  • Certificate in Management, Motor-Columbus AG Graduate Program, Baden, Switzerland, 1988 (Business Management).

Research Information

Research Interests

Urban Environmental Management Energy Policy Planning Development Planning and Management Environmentally Sensitive Planning and Urban Design International Planning Adaptation of Non-European Immigrants to Retirement in Europe

Research Support

  • (Collaborator), Edelman, David; Looye, Johanna, Urban Sustainability and the Built Environment: A US Brazil Consortium, Department of Education. (P116M080008), $219,806.00. 08/01/2008 to 07/31/2013. Status: Active.
  • (PI), Arefi, Mahyar; Edelman, David, Village of Morrow: Planning Study, Village of Morrow. (Studio Collaboration Agreement), $10,000.00. 01/01/2013 to 08/31/2013. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Krivikas, Jennifer; Sansalone, Vincent, In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Regional Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983), Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $81,000. 06-2014 to 09-2016. Status: Active.
  • (Co-PI), Palazzo, Danilo; Edelman, David J., BUP Capstone Studio; MCP Capstone Studio; MCP Comprehensive Planning Studio, Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $22,500. 09-2013 to 06-2014. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Palazzo, Danilo, BUP and MCP Capstone Studios; School of Planning and College of Law Reception to Highlight the Segoe Land Use Law Book Collection, Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $16,000. 09-2012 to 06-2013. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., MCP Thesis Research Support, Mahasarakham University, Thailand. $40,325. 09-2011 to 09-2016. Status: Active.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Williamson, Rebecca;, Pride, Michaele; Lorenz, Katheryn; Parent, Oliver; Sunderland, Willard; Tilman, Jeffrey, Pedagogies of Urbanism: New Models for Teaching Urban Design with ESA, Paris, Faculty Development Council, University of Cincinnati. $24,122. 09-2009 to 06-2011. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.;Probst, Robert;McIntosh, Will, Terence M. Fruth/Gemini Chair of Signage Design and Community Planning, Private Donor, Minneapolis, MN. $2,000,000. 08-2008 to to Present. Status: Active.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Triantafillou, Menelaos, Anyang Eastern New Town Conceptual Plan, Anyang Urban Planning Administration Bureau, City of Anyang, Henan Province, China. $111,430. 06-2007 to 02-2009. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Chifos, Carla, Segoe Smart Growth Symposium Series Featuring Doug Farr, Hillary Brown and Andres Duany, Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $12,000. 09-2006 to 06-2007. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Wang, Xinhao, MCP and PhD Student Support for CAGIS Projects, Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System. $1,334,438. 09-2008 to 08-2011. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Wang, Xinhao, Doctoral Fellowships for CAGIS Projects, Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System. $207,522. 09-2006 to 08-2010. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Wang, Xinhao, MCP Fellowship Support for CAGIS Projects, Cincinnati Area Geographic Information System. $687,678. 09-1999 to 08-2008. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Arefi, Mahyar, Advice on City's Master Planning Project, City of Ji'an, Jiangxi Province, China. $4000. 06-2006 to 07-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Carlin, Jane, Grant to Establish the Bruce C. Levy Fund for the Urban Planning and Design Digital Image Collection in the library of the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, Private Donor. $5000. 01-2006 to 02-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Barry, Roger, Inauguration of the Joint Center for Urban Research with Shandong University, China and Field Research on the Current Status of Urban and Regional Planning in Shandong Province, UC International and Dean, DAAP. $5000. 07-2006 to 08-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Triantafillou, Menelaos, Comprehensive Planning Studio on a Multi-Generational Community in Lebanon, OH, Otterbein Homes, Dayton, OH. $11,500. 03-2006 to 06-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Support for BUP and MCP Land Use Planning Studios, Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $40,000. 09-2005 to 06-2009. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Romanos, Michael; Arefi, Mahyar, A Compendium Study of University/ Community Collaborations and the Economic Development Effectiveness and Impact of These Collaborations Nationwide, Office of the President, University of Cincinnati. $150,974. 11-2005 to 01-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Pride-Wells, Michaele; Preiser, Wolfgang; Wang, Xinhao, Facilities Master Plan for a 42 Branch City/County Library System, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, OH. $154,918. 09-2004 to 06-2005. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Establishment of Neil Bortz Scholarship Fund for PhD Research Support, Private Donor. $11,100. 09-2004 to 06-2005. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Cave, David; Charles, Pattie; Livingston, Carol; Erkins, Esther, Planning Year of Our Community/Our Future: Learning Together for Change, a Three Year Upward Bound Program for High School Students, Ashland Oil Foundation. $30,000. 09-2003 to 08-2004. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Establishment of the William W. Bowdy Scholarship Fund, Northern Kentucky Area Planning Commission. $10,640. 05-2003 to 06-2003. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Chifos, Carla, Segoe Smart Growth Symposiums, Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $9100. 09-2002 to 06-2003. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Scholarships and Stipends for Students in the School of Planning, Various Sources. $1,500,000. 08-1998 to to Present. Status: Active.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Looye, Johanna, Joint Masters Meta-University EC - US: A Consortium for the Transatlantic Study of Design, Planning and Urbanism, and Information Design, US Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE). $204,996. 09-2002 to 06-2005. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Varady, David, Community Development Work Study Program Grant (CDWSP), US Department of Housing and Urban Development. $90,000. 09-2002 to 06-2003. Status: Completed.
  • (Co-PI), Edelman, David J.; Koroscik; Friedman, Daniel; Russell, Frank, Support to the Niehoff Urban Studio: An Interdisciplinary Program for Cincinnati, Private Donor. $300,000. 11-2002 to 06-2006. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Establishment of a Center for Urban Imaging, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments. $100,000. 09-2000 to 06-2001. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Ellison, Charles, Support for a Summer Seminar in Urban Development: An Enrichment Program for High School Students, Ashland Oil Foundation. $100,000. 06-2000 to 08-2002. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J.; Allor, David J.; Smith, April, Support for Researching and Writing the book entitled "Ladislas Segoe: and American Planning Practice." , Vilma and Ladislas Segoe Family Foundation. $24,000. 09-1999 to 06-2000. Status: Completed.
  • (PI), Edelman, David J., Krivikas, Jennifer and Sansalone, Vincent, Catalog of the Exhibition: In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Regional Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983) , College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, University of Cincinnati. $10,000. 11-2014 to 06-2016. Status: Active.

Publications

Peer-reviewed Publications

  • Edelman, David J. (09-2014). "A Student Perspective on Environmental Planning for Mysore, India,". Tekton, A Journal of Architecture, Urban Design and Planning, 1 (6), 60-75.
  • Nagy, Beth and David J. Edelman (09-2014). "Transformational Leadership in Planning Curricula" . Current Urban Studies, 2 (3), 198-211.
  • Tsou, Yu-Lin and David J. Edelman (08-2014). "Balancing Economic Growth with Reduced CO2 Emissions in Provincial China: The Case of Jiangxi,". Journal of Urban Management, 2 (2), 53-85.
  • Tsou, Yu-Lin and David J. Edelman (2014). "Planning for Economic Growth and Global Warming in the Development of Jiangxi Providence, China,". Journal of Geography and Earth Sciences, 2 (1), 1-38.
  • Tsou, Yu-Lin and David J. Edelman (2014). "Balancing Economic Growth and Global Warming in the Development of Jiangxi Province, China,". Hearld Journal of Geography and Regional Planning, 3 (2), 45-65.
  • Andavarapu, Deepika and David J. Edelman (2013). "The Evolution of Slum Redevelopment Policy," . Current Urban Studies, 1 (4), 185-192.
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J Edelman (2013). "A Spatial Analysis of the Recreation Potential of Cirebon, Indonesia's Kratons,". Advances in Applied Sociology, 3 (8), 329-333.
  • Arefi, Mahyar and David J. Edelman (2013). "Morrow Tomorrow: Exploring the Pedagogical Experience of a Planning Studio Involving Students with Mixed Skills,". Current Urban Studies, 1 (3), 59-73.
  • Edelman, David J. and Menelaos Triantifillou (2013). "International Collaboration in Sustainable Chinese Urban Development,". Enviroment & Urbanization ASIA,, 4 (1), 1-29.
  • Elleh, Nnamdi and David J. Edelman (2013). "Exploiting Public Art, Architecture and Urban Design for Political Power in Abuja: Modernism and the Use of Christian, Islamic and Ancestral Visual Icons,". Current Urban Studies, 1 (1), 1-10.
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David Edelman (2012). "Anyang: A Case Study of Foreign University Involvement in Chinese Sustainable New Town Planning,". China City Planning Review, 7 (4), 56-65.
  • Edelman, David J. and Menelaos Triantifillou (2012). "A Case Study of Environmentally Sensitive Planning and Urban Design in Provincial China,". Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management (TERUM), 7 (2), 22-65.
  • Edelman, David J. and Menelaos Triantifillou (2012). "Foreign University Involvement in Sustainable New Town Planning in Provincial China," . Journal of Urban Management, 1 (1), 39-61.
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J. Edelman (2011). "Leisure among the Retired Indos of The Hague,". Advances in Applied Sociology, 1 (1), 22-47.
  • Edelman, David J. and Menelaos Triantifillou (2010). "Environmentally Sensitive Planning and Urban Design in Provincial China,". Proceedings of the IAP International Conference: Urbanization in Climate Change, 33.
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David Edelman (2008). "A Conceptual Plan for a Metropolitan New Town Extension in Provincial China: Opportunities for and Barriers to Sustainable Development,". Proceedings of the International Forum on Metropolitan Regions Development (IFMRD2008).
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David Edelman (2008). "International Participation in Planning and Urban Design in Provincial China,". Bridging the Divide: Celebrating the City, paper 982.
  • Idikut, Aysegul and David J. Edelman (2003). "Promoting Sustainable Tourism in Coastal Cities and Their Hinterland: The Case of Turkey's Bodrum Peninsula,". Chiang Mai University Journal, 2 (2), 125-136.
  • Schuster, Micaela and David J. Edelman (2003). "Latin America Trends in Urban Environmental Management,". Clean Technologies and Enviromental Policy, 5 (1), 50-60.
  • Edelman, David J., and David J., Allor (2003). "Ladislas Segoe and the Emergence of the Professional Planning Consultant,". Journal of Planning History, 2 (1), 47-78.
  • Schuster, Micaela and David J. Edelman (2002). "Tendencias en la Gestion Urbana Ambiental in Latino America,". Contraste Regional, 2 (3-4).
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J. Edelman (2002). "Leisure among Retired Immigrants: The Indos of The Hague,". Chiang Mai University Journal, 1 (2), 177-204.
  • Edelman, David J. (2000). 'Energy Policy, Planning and the Environment in Developing Countries,". Environmental Engineering and Policy, 2 (2), 77-84.
  • Edelman, David J., Paul Procee and Claudio Acioly, Jr. (1999). "Sustainable Urban Development and the Poor in Rio de Janiero,". The Challange of Environmental Management in Urban Areas, 127-137.
  • Edelman, David J., G.D. Badrinath, B.K. Subba, I.M. Hamy and O. Jimenez (1999). "The Raba River Catchment Area Development Authority: Integrated Water Management for Poland,". Economia Si Administratia Locala.
  • Edelman, David J., Jos Frijns, Karen Fortuin, Asegul Idikut and Josef Leitmann (1999). "The Lake Sapanca Project from an International Perspective,". Ada.
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J. Edelman (1998). "Coastal Development and Cultural Heritage: A Case Study of Cirebon, Indonesia,". Manusia Dan Lingkungan (Man and Environment), 6 (16), 20-32.
  • Edelman, David J. and Ed Frank (1996). Towards a Definition of "Best Practices" in Urban Environmental Management. Trialog: Zeitschrift Fuer Das Planen Und Bauen in Der Dritten Welt, 49 (2), 53-54 & 55.
  • Edelman, David J., Juergen Oestereich and Klaus Teschner (1994). Editorial: Urban India. Trialog: Zeitschrift Fuer Das Planen Und Bauen in Der Dritten Welt, 43 (4), 2-3 & 4.
  • Edelman, David J. (1994). The Development of Small and Medium Towns in Karnataka State. Trialog: Zeitschrift Fuer Das Planen Und Bauen in Der Dritten Welt, 43 (4), 36-37 - 39.
  • Edelman, David J. (1994). The Development of Small and Medium Towns in Karnataka State. Trialog: Zeitschrift Fuer Das Planen Und Bauen in Der Dritten Welt, 43 (4), 36-37 - 39.
  • Edelman, David J. and Rupa Banerjee (1994). Fifteen Years of the Integrated Development of Small and Medium Size Towns in Karnataka State. Journal of the Institute of Town Planners - India, 13 (1/159), 15-16 - 35.
  • Edelman, David J. and Rupa Banerjee (1994). Fifteen Years of the Integrated Development of Small and Medium Size Towns in Karnataka State. Journal of the Institute of Town Planners - India, 13 (1/159), 15-16 - 35.
  • Edelman, David J. (1990). An Appraisal of Hazardous Waste in Indonesia. ASEP Newsletter, 6 (3), 6-7, 13 & 14.
  • Edelman, David J. (1990). The Role of the Private Sector in Hazardous (industrial) Waste in the Urban Areas of Developing Countries: Lessons from Indonesia. Prospect, 13 (Spring), 53-6 - 9.
  • Edelman, David J. (1987). Abuja: A Failure of Planning?. Geographic Journal of Nepal, 1987.
  • Edelman, David J. (1986). MICROCOSM: A Tool for Energy Sector Policy Analysis and Training in Nepal. Economic Journal of Nepal, 9 (4).
  • Edelman, David J. (1985). Commercial Fuelwood Supply, Demand and Price in Bangladesh. Renewable Energy Review Journal, 7 (1), 1-2 - 15.
  • Edelman, David J., Neil R. Byron and Donald Manson The Bangladesh Forestry Sector Microcomputer Simulation. International Journal For Development Technology, 3 (1), 5-6 - 18.
  • Edelman, David J. (1984). Biomass Gasification Opportunities for Nigeria and Cameroon. Energy Exploration and Exploitation, 3 (2), 41-42 - 53.
  • Edelman, David J. (1982). The Use of Microcomputers in LDC Policy Planning. Interplan, 8 (December 1982), 1-6.
  • Edelman, David J. (03-2015). An Environmental Plan for Lagos, Nigeria. International Journal of Social Science Research, 3 (1), 190-191-267.
  • Edelman, David J. (1978). A Simulation of the Energy Crisis and Economic Development. The Himalayan Review, 10 (1978), 21-22 - 32.
  • Okumuş, Gökçer and David J. Edelman (09-2015). (In Press). An Indicator Model of the Spatial Quantification and Pattern Analysis of Urban Sustainability: A Case Study of Cincinnati, Ohio. Current Urban Studies, 3 (3), 231-232-240.
  • Edelman, David J. (1978). Recent Energy Models: A Review of Methodologies. Journal of Environmental Systems, 7 (1977 - 1978), 279-280 - 292.
  • David J. Edelman (2016). (Under Review). Managing the Urban Environment of Metro Manila. Advances in Applied Sociology.
  • Nelkin, Dorothy and David J. Edelman (1976). Centralizing Health Care. Society, 13 (6), 26-27 - 33.
  • Edelman, David J. (1975). The Energy Crisis and the Development Prospects of Low-Income Countries: Case Studies of Kenya and Tanzania. ITCC Review, IV (2/16), 29-30 - 51.
  • Edelman, David J. (10-2014). An Environmental Plan for Mysore, India. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, 1 (6), 15-16-37.

Published Books

  • Edelman, David (2014). Managing the Urban Enviroment - Mysore, India. Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Editor).
  • Edelman, David, Mahyar Arefi and Ico Abreu (2013). [To]Morrow: A Sustainable Development Plan for Morrow,Ohio. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati (Co-Author).
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J Edelman (2012). Leisure among Retired Immigrants in Europe: The Indos of The Hague. Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Co-Author).
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David Edelman (2012). Eastern New Town Plan: City of Anyang, Republic of China. Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Co-Author).
  • Romanos, Michael, David Edelman and Mahyar Arefi (2006). Community Interactions and Collaborations Peer Institutional Study. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati (Co-Author).
  • Edelman, David J., David J., Allor and April Smith (2000). Ladislas Segoe and American Planning Practice. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati (Co-Author).
  • Edelman, David (1999). MICROCOSM for Windows: An Energy Sector Simulation of a Developing Country (Version 3.0), User's Guide. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati.
  • Edelman, David J., and Harry Mengers (1997). Capacity Building for the Urban Enviroment. Rotterdam: Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (Co-Editor).
  • Edelman, David J., Juergen Oestereich and Klaus Teschner (1994). Special Issue on "Urban India," Trialog: Zeitschrift fuer das Planen und Bauen in der Dritten Welt, Vol 43. Berlin (Co-Editor).
  • Edelman, David J. (2015). Managing the Urban Environment - Lagos, Nigeria. Saarbruecken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (Editor).
  • David J. Edelman (2016). Managing the Urban Environment - Manila, the Philippines. Saarbruecken, Germany: Lambert Academic Publishing (Editor).
  • Edelman, David J., Jennifer Krivikas, Vincent Sansalone and Jennifer Latessa (2015). In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Regional Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983). Cincinnati, OH: DAAP Galleries, University of Cincinnati (Co-Author).

Book Chapters

  • Edelman, David J. (1996). Una Estrategia para el Desarrollo de Capacidades para la Gestion Urbana Ambiental: De la conceptualizacion a la implementacion. In Sara, Liliana Miranda (Eds.), Ciudades para la Vida: Experiencas exitosas y propuestas para la accion (pp.293-294 - 296). Lima: PGU Serie Gestion Urbana No. 6, IPADEL-IHS-PROA-PGU/United Nations.
  • Edelman, David J. and Micky Hordijk Introduccion. In Sara, Liliana Miranda (Eds.), Ciudades para la Vida: Experiencas exitosas y propuestas para la accion (pp.13-14 - 16). Sara, Liliana Miranda(Eds.), Ciudades para la Vida: Experiencas exitosas y propuestas para la accion (pp.13 -14 - 16). Lima: PGU Serie Gestion Urbana No. 6, IPADEL-IHS-PROA-PGU/United Nations..
  • Edelman, David J. and Harry Mengers (1996). Chapter 14: The Integrated Development of Small and Medium Towns: A Scheme of Learning-by-Doing. In Singh, Kulwan and Florian Steinberg (Eds.), Urban India (pp.151-152 - 161). New Dehli: New Age International.
  • Edelman, David J. and Rupa Banerjee (1994). Case Study 10: India's Integrated Development of Small and Medium Towns Program in Karnataka State. In ISoCaRP (Eds.), Expanding Demands on Planning The Hague: International Society of City and Regional Planners.
  • Edelman, David J. Chapter 10: A Microeconomic Policy Simulation of the Energy Crisis and the Development of Low-Income Countries. In Chatterjee, Manas (Eds.), Energy and Environment in Developing Countries (pp.167-168 - 192). London: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd..
  • Edelman, David J. (1998). La ciudad como ecosistema: la administracion del medio ambiente y la contaminacion. In Rojas, Eduardo; Daughters, Robert (Eds.), La Ciudad en el Siglio XXI (pp.329-330 - 334). Washington, DC: Inter-American Development Bank.
  • Edelman, David J. (1997). The City as an Ecosystem: Environmental Management and Pollution. In Batley, Richard A. (Eds.), The Latin American and Caribbean City: New Directions in Urban Policy and Management (pp.55-56 - 62). Birmingham: Development Administration Group, University of Birmingham.
  • Edelman, David J. (1997). Chapter 7: The International Context of Urban Environmental Management. In Frijns, Jos and Joyce M. Molombe (Eds.), Cleaner Production and Small Enterprise Development in Kenya (pp.75-76 - 87). Rotterdam/ Nairobi: Centre for the Urban Environment/ Housing and Building Research Institute, University of Nairobi.
  • Frank, Ed and David J. Edelman (1997). Chapter 1: Introduction. In Edelman, David J. and Harry Mengers (Eds.), Capacity Building for the Urban Environment (pp.1-2 - 10). Rotterdam: Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies.
  • Frank, Ed, Harry Mengers and David J. Edelman (1997). Chapter 8: Lessons Learned and the Capacity Building Agenda. In Edelman, David J. and Harry Mengers (Eds.), Capacity Building for the Urban Environment (pp.144-145 - 153). Rotterdam: Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies.

Other Publications

  • Edelman, David J. and Sergei Gerasenko (1999). C-PET for Windows: A Computer Program to Measure Individual CO2 Emissions, Version 1.0. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati.
  • Edelman, David J. and Sergei Gerasenako (1999). MICROCOSM for Windows: An Energy Sector Simulation of a Developing Country, Version 3.0/3.1. Cincinnati: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati.
  • Edelman, David J. and Le Dinh Long (1992). MICROCOSM for Windows: An Energy Sector Simulation Model, Version 2.0. Bangkok: Asian Institute of Technology.
  • Edelman, David J. and Donald M. Manson (1984). MICROCOSM: An Energy Sector Simulation Model. Baden: Motor-Columbus Consulting Engineers.
  • Edelman, David J., R. Neil Byron and Donald M. Manson (1983). Bangladesh Forestry Sector Simulation Model. Rome: UN Food and Agricultural Organization.

Presentations & Lectures

Paper Presentations

  • Tsou, Yu-Lin and David J. Edelman (04-2014). Maintaining Economic Growth while Reducing CO2 Emissions: The Case of Jiangxi Province, China. 2014 International Conference on Energy, Environment, Ecosystems and Development, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Edelman, David J. (11/20/2013). Sustainable Urban Development in Provincial China. International Program on Urban Governance, National Taipei University, New Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Edelman, David J. (05/27/2013). Developing a Publication Strategy. Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design and Creative Arts, Mahsarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand.
  • Edelman, David J. and Menelaos Triantafillou (10/19/2010). Environmentally Sensitive Planning and Urban Design in Provincial China. IAP International Conference: Urbanization in CLimate Change, Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David J. Edelman (09/26/2008). A Conceptual Plan for a Metropolitan New Town Extension in Provincial China: Opportunities and Barriers to Sustainable Development. International Forum on Metropolitan Regions Development (IFMRD2008), Changsha, China.
  • Triantafillou, Menelaos and David J. Edelman (07/10/2008). International Participation in Planning and Urban Design in Provincial China. Joint ACSP - AESOP Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Edelman, David J. (09/08/2007). The Structure of Planning Education in the United States. Si CWB 2007/ Seminario Internacional de Curitiba/Atelies de Projecto Urbano, Curitiba, Brazil.
  • Wang, Xinhao, Roger Barry, Sheng Huang and David J. Edelman (06/15/2006). The Education and Continuing Education of Urban Planners. Conference on Urban Development and Planning in China: The China Planning Network (CPN) 3rd Annual Conference, Beijing, China.
  • Elleh, Nnamdi and David J. Edelman (03/23/2006). Exploiting Public Art, Architecture and Urban Design for Public Power in Abuja, Nigeria. Planning Africa Conference: Making Connections, Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Stanilov, Kiril, Xinhao Wang and David J. Edelman (11/05/2002). Traffic Impact Analysis in 3D: The Future of the I-71 Transportation Corridor in Greater Cincinnati. Annual Conference of the Association of American Schools of Planning (ACSP), Baltimore, MD.
  • Edelman, David J. (03/15/2001). Environmental Management Planning Workshop. Didattica e Workshop di Progettazione Urbanistica (Didactics and Workshop on Urban Projects), Politecnico di Milano.
  • Schuster, Micaela and David J. Edelman (09/06/2000). Latin American Trends in Urban Environmental Management. Conference Habitus 2000: A Sense of Place, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia.
  • Edelman, Henny N. and David J. Edelman (04/21/1999). The Kratons of Cirebon: A Spatial Analysis of Recreational Potential. World Bank Associated Event at the World Conference on Model Cities, Singapore.
  • Edelman, David J. and Paul Procee (03/03/1998). Environmental Challenges of Urban Growth: An Overview of Environmental Management in Cities. World Bank Seminar the Urban Environment: Management Strategies, Action Plans and Metropolitan Changes, The World Bank, Washington, DC.
  • Edelman, David J. (02/13/1998). Innovative Training and Dissemination in Support of Urban Development in the South. N-AERUS Conference Urbanization Observed: Elements of a European Policy Supporting Urban Development in the South, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
  • Edelman, David J., Paul Procee and Claudio Acioly, Jr. (06/19/1997). Sustainable Urban Development and the Poor in Rio de Janiero. Conference on the Challenge of Environmental Management in Metropolitan Areas, Development Planning Unit & Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London, London, UK.
  • Edelman, David J. and Paul Procee (06/02/1997). The Role of Best Practices in Capacity Building for Urban Environmental Management. Pathways to Sustainability: Local Initiatives for Cities and Towns, Newcastle, Australia.
  • Edelman, David J. (05/20/1997). Emerging Issues in Urban Environmental Planning and Management: From Theory to Practice. World Bank Urban Forum: Responding to the Challenges of Urbanization, Baltimore, MD.
  • Edelman, David J. (03/15/1997). The City as an Ecosystem: Environmental Management and Pollution. City Symposium of the Annual Meeting of the Inter-American Development Bank, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Edelman, David J. (02/26/1997). The International Context of Urban Environmental Management. Seminar on Small Scale Industries and Environmental Pollution Control, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Edelman, David J. (03/26/1996). A Strategy for Capacity Building in Urban Environmental Management: From Concept to Implementation. B-National Forum Peru/Bolivia: Strategies for Capacity Building in Urban Environmental Management, Lima, Peru.
  • Edelman, David J. (07/10/1995). Defining a National Strategy for Capacity Building. Third Roundtable for Peru/Bolivia, Lima, Peru.
  • Edelman, David J. and Rupa Banerjee (10/08/1994). Case Study of India's Integrated Development of Small and Medium Towns Program in Karnataka State. XXXth Congress of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISoCaRP), Prague, The Czech Republic.
  • Edelman, David J. (03/22/1994). Energy and Habitat: An Introduction. Debate on Energy and Development (DEO) of the Netherlands Energy Research Foundation (ECN), Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Schuebeler, Peter and David J. Edelman (04/29/1993). The Role of Communities in Urban Infrastructure Development: Emerging Concepts and Practices Illustrated by the Cirebon Urban Development Project, West Java. 6th Annual Conference of the Social Science Java Network, the Graduate Institute of International Studies (IUHEI) and the Institute of Development Studies (IUED), Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Edelman, David J. and Donald M. Manson (07/04/1985). The Conceptual Model and Methodology of MICROCOSM - A Tool for Energy Sector Policy Analysis and Training in a Developing Country. 8th Conference on Energy Systems Modeling, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland.
  • Edelman, David J. (12/10/1980). Energy Policy Planning in Developing Countries. Energy Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN.
  • Edelman, David J. (03/19/1980). National Energy Planning in Jamaica: Institutional Capability for Renewable Energy Activities. Workshop on Energy and the Developing Nations, The Hoover Institution, Palo Alto, CA.
  • Edelman, David J. (11/13/1979). Economic Assessment of Specialized Energy Studies in Jamaica. Conference on New Horizons for Energy Development in Jamaica, Kingston, Jamaica.
  • Edelman, David J. (01/12/1979). A Macroeconomic Policy Simulation of the Energy Crisis and the Development of Low-Income Countries. International Conference on Energy and Environment for the Developing Countries, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
  • Edelman, David J. (11/11/1978). High Oil Prices and Economic Development. 25th North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association (RSA), Chicago, IL.
  • Edelman, David J. (06/15/1978). Cost-Benefit Analysis of Business Education in Liberia: A Program Evaluation in a Developing Country. Conference of the Liberian Research Association, Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County, Liberia.
  • Okumuş, Gökçer and David J.Edelman (08/10/2016). An Indicator Model of the Spatial Quantification and Pattern Analysis of Urban Sustainability in Cincinnati, Ohio using a Geomatic Approach. 1st Geoplanning International Conference on Geometrics and Planning, Kuta-Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.
  • Edelman, David J. (04-2016). The Environmental Management of Megacities: The Case of Metro Manila. International City Planning and Urban Design Conference on Cities and City Plans: The Past and the Future (CUPD 16), Istanbul, Turkey.

Lectures

  • (1990). 1999 American Collegiate Schools of Planning Administrators Workshop. College of Urban Planning & Public Affairs, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL.

Honors & Awards

  • [To] Morrow: A Sustainable Development Plan for Morrow,Ohio, College of DAAP, 2013. Directors" Choice Award as one of the Best in Show (with Mahyar Arefi and Ico Abreu) from the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, University of Cincinnati, for the MCP Capstone Project for graduating students..
  • Senior Specialist Award for Teaching and Research, J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, 2012. Award to be a Fulbright Visiting Professor at Mahasarakham University, Thailand..
  • Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (FAICP), American Institute of Certified Planners, 2012. Nominated by the Ohio chapter of the American Planning Association and elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners by FAICP members nationwide. This career honor is the highest national award for professional planners..
  • Merit Award, Dean, College of DAAP, 2011 to 2012. for being "Superior in Teaching and Research" in the 2011-2012 academic year at the School of Planning, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, University of Cincinnati..
  • Award from the J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board to participate in the Seminar for American Administrators in International Education, Germany, J. William Fulbright Scholarship Board, 2000.
  • Special Dean's Award, Dean, DAAP, 1999. Given for contributions to the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, University of Cincinnati..
  • J. William Fulbright Scholar Award, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board , 2015 to 2016. Award to Turkey to be a Visiting Fulbright Professor of Planning at the Faculty of Architecture of Istanbul Technical University - not utilized.
  • Fellow of the Graduate School, 2016. Elected to the Fellows of the Graduate School, University of Cincinnati.

Experience & Service

Work Experience

  • 1969 to 1970, US Peace Corps Volunteer, G.W. Gibson School, Monrovia, Liberia.
  • 1976 to 1977, Lady Davis Research Fellow in Policy Planning, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.
  • 1978 to 1980, Senior Associate , Planning Research Corporation's Energy Analysis Company, McLean, VA, USA.
  • 1980 to 1981, Energy Consultant, Organization of American States, Washington, D.C., USA.
  • 1981Manager, Renewable Energy Programs, Syscon Corporation, Washington, D.C., USA.
  • 1981 to 1982, Staff Energy Consultant, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines.
  • 1982 to 1983, Senior Economic Development Consultant, The Futures Group , Washington, D.C., USA.
  • 1983Sector Modeling Consultant, United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, Rome, Italy.
  • 1984 to 1992, Chief Planner and Economist; Prokurist, Motor-Columbus Consulting Engineers Inc./Holinger Ltd., Baden, Switzerland.
  • 1990 to 1992, Associate Professor of Energy Planning and Policy, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 1992 to 1993, Principal Planner, WAP- Werkstatt fuer Architektur und Planung AG, Zuerich, Switzerland.
  • 1993 to 1998, Chairman, Department of Urban Enviromental Management (tenured 1995); Member, IHS Management Team (1996-1998); Director, IHS/Wageningen University Centre for the Urban Enviroment (CUE), Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studes, Rotterdam, the Netherlands .
  • 1998 to 2009, Professor and Director, the School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA.
  • 2012 to Present, Professor and Director of the Master of Community Planning Program (MCP), School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA.

Events Organized

  • Other. Exhibition In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983) (02/01/2015 to 03/31/2015) , Philip M. Meyers Memorial Gallery, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Other. Exhibition In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983) (10/25/2015 to 11/22/2015) , Bibliowicz Gallery, Millstein Hall, College of Art, Architecture, Art and Planning, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  • Other. Exhibition In the Public Interest: The Life and Work of Planning Pioneer Ladislas Segoe (1894-1983) (03/23/2016 to 05/22/2016) , P. K. Huenich Gallery for Experimental Art and Architecture (PeKA Gallery) Segoe Building/Amado Building, Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion City, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel.

Student Advising

  • Capstone Project Coordinator for 38 MCP students, 2013.
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  • Faculty Advisor to all first and second year BUP and BS Urban Studies students, 2011-2012 .
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Service

  • Member, Ad hoc Graduate Grievance Committee of the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, 2013 to 2014
  • Member, School of Planning Selection Committee for the Annualized Adjunct in Urban Design, 2013 to 2014
  • Member, Faculty Innovation Council, and Judge, UC Forward Interdisciplinary Course Fellows Program, 2013 to 2014
  • Member, School of Planning PhD Task Force, 2012 to 2013
  • Member, Faculty Panel on the Fulbright Application Process, UC International, International Education Week, University of Cincinnati, 11-2012
  • Member, UC Forward: The Innovation Collaborative Action Team, to 2012
  • Member, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning’s Terence M. Fruth/Gemini Chair of Signage Design and Community Planning Advisory Committee, 2012 to Present
  • Member, University of Cincinnati Research Council Social and Behavioral Sub-Committee, 2011 to 2013
  • Member, University of Cincinnati Faculty Senate, 2011 to 2012
  • Member, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Retention, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2010 to 2012
  • Member, University Grievance Committee, University of Cincinnati, 2008 to 2010
  • Member, School of Planning Committee to Adapt the PhD Program to the Semester System, University of Cincinnati, 2008 to 2009
  • Member, Taft-Niehoff Community Scholar Faculty Committee, University of Cincinnati, 2007 to 2009
  • Member, All University Governance Committee on International Affairs and its Study Abroad and Exchange Subcommittee, University of Cincinnati, to 2007
  • Member, Committee to Review Graduate Review, the Graduate School, University of Cincinnati, to 2006
  • Member, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Scholarship Event Taskforce, University of Cincinnati, to 2006
  • Member, Standards on Education Abroad Committee, University of Cincinnati, to 2006
  • Member, Tenth Anniversary Celebration Committee for the Peter Eisenman designed Aronoff Center for Design and Art, University of Cincinnati, 2005 to 2006
  • Member, Graduate School Website Review Committee, to 2005
  • Member, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Taskforce, 2004 to 2005
  • Co-leader UC/21 strategic planning group for the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning with regard to resource allocation, to 2004
  • Member, C-Ring Selection Committee (UC’s top award for graduating women), 2003 to Present
  • Member, University of Cincinnati Civic Engagement Council, 2003 to Present
  • Member, Search Committee for the Facilities Manager and for the Audiovisual Services Manager, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, to 2002
  • Member, International Advisory Board, Institute for Global Studies & Affairs, University of Cincinnati, 2002 to 2004
  • Member, Fulbright Selection Committee, University of Cincinnati, 2002 to Present
  • Member, Strategic Planning Committee for the Chinese Market, University of Cincinnati, to 2002
  • Chair, Search Committee for the Director of the School of Architecture and Interior Design, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, 2002 to 2003
  • Chair, Search Committee for a Visiting Assistant/Associate Professor of Planning, to 2001
  • Member, University of Cincinnati Advisory Committee to the Maternal & Health Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) Project of CCCDD/Division of Developmental Disabilities of Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CHMC), , 2001 to 2006
  • Member, Search Committee for the new Director of the School of Architecture and Interior Design, to 2000
  • Member, Search Committee for the new Assistant Professor of Professional Education in Planning and Industrial Design, to 2000
  • Chair, University Graduate Council Program Review Committee for the Master’s degree program in secondary education, to 2000
  • Member of the Budget and Priorities Committee of the Faculty Senate, 2000 to 2002
  • Member of the Graduate Standards Subcommittee of the University Graduate Council, 2000 to 2001
  • Member, University New Faculty Mentoring Program, 2000 to 2001
  • Member, Search Committee for the new Associate Director of the Institute for Global Studies and Affairs, to 2000
  • Member, DAAP College Library Committee, 2000 to 2001
  • Member of the University Interdisciplinary Studies PhD Screening Committee, 1999 to 2001
  • Member of the University Executive Committee for Main Street, responsible for supervising student affairs and recreation redevelopment of the campus, 1999 to 2006
  • Member of the Graduate Faculty Nominations Committee, 1999 to 2000
  • Faculty Representative to the University Graduate Council, 1999 to 2001
  • Chair, Strategic Planning Committee of the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning and primary author of its five-year plan, “Design, Architecture, Art and Planning: Progress and Consolidation, 2000 - 2004", to 1999
  • Initiator (with Roger Barry) of articulation agreements with community colleges in the states of Ohio and Kentucky. Agreements were reached with six community colleges in Ohio and with the state system of Kentucky, 1999 to 2002
  • Member, Executive Committee of the College, 1998 to 2009
  • Member of the University Graduate Assistant Teaching/Research Effectiveness Workshop Committee, 1998 to 1999
  • Developed and supervised an internship program for Bachelor’s and Master’s students with the Community Development Corporation Association of Cincinnati. Students are placed with individual CDCs throughout the region to gain community and NGO planning experience for academic credit, while each participating CDC is able to utilize the professional skills of an intern to expand its activities. Over 35 students have been placed, to 2012
  • Member, Urban Renaissance Team of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Shared Civic Agenda Taskforce; also member of the leadership team, Cincinnati, OH, 2007 to 2009
  • Member, Mayor’s Working Group for the Reestablishment of the City Planning Department, Cincinnati, OH, to 2006
  • Member of the Board, Citizens for Civic Renewal, Cincinnati, OH, 2005 to 2011
  • Member, Master in Public Policy (MPP) Task Force, a committee to establish this degree within the Institute for Public Leadership and Public Affairs at Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY, 2005 to 2006
  • Member, Commercial Investment Associates, a civic affairs grouping of the commercial and industrial real estate community in Cincinnati, OH, 2004 to 2012
  • Founding member, Greater Cincinnati Humanities Circle, Ohio Humanities Council, Cincinnati, OH, to 2004
  • Member, Research Council, United Way and Community Chest of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, to 2003
  • Professional Host, International Visitors’ Council of Greater Cincinnati, to 2003
  • Member, Advisory Committee for Eastern European Technical Assistance to the City Manager, City of Cincinnati, OH, to 2003
  • Chair, United Way Strategic Direction Environmental Scan & Situation Analysis Group, Cincinnati United Way and Community Chest, to 2001
  • Member of the Ohio Department of Transportation Interstate 75 Corridor Study Steering Committee, 2000 to 2001
  • Moderator, Forum on “Smart Growth Solutions to Urban Sprawl,” an initiative of the Hamilton County Environmental Priorities Project (HCEPP), to 01/11/2000
  • Moderator, Plenary Session: American Issues at the 1999 National United Way Community Leader’s Conference, Albert B. Sabin Cincinnati Convention Center, to 04/15/1999
  • Board Member, Cincinnati – Kharkiv (Ukraine) Sister City Project, 1999 to 2005
  • Member, International Advisory Board, International Program on Urban Governance, College of Public Affairs, National Taipei University, New Taipei City, Taiwan, 2013 to Present
  • Member, Fulbright Hays Program National Screening Committee for Architecture,
  • Member of the Panels on Establishing Priorities and Refocusing and Curriculum Revisions at the New Chairs’ School of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Bethesda North, MD, to 10/23/2008
  • External reviewer of graduate degree program in urban planning, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, to 02-2006
  • Member, President’s Panel on International Exchanges, Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Portland, OR, 10/20/2004 to 10/24/2004
  • Member, Board of Trustees of the Ohio chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-OH), the national organization of professional planners, and its committees on education and communications, 2004 to Present
  • Member, ACSP Committee on the Incorporation of the Issues and Perspectives of Planning Practice in Planning Education, to 2004
  • Member, ACSA/ACSP Taskforce on Architecture and Planning, to 2003
  • Member, Scientific Committee, International Conference on “Quality of Urban Life: Policy versus Practice,” Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, 12/03/2003 to 12/05/2003
  • Member, Performance Evaluation and Accountability Panel, Administrator’s Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Amelia Island, Fl, 10/24/2003 to 10/25/2003
  • Member, Site Visitor Pool, Planning Accreditation Board, 2001 – present; team leader at Eastern Michigan University (2009), Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California (2011), Missouri State University (2013) and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (2014); team member at Florida Atlantic University (2004), Ball State University (2004) and Harvard University (2007),
  • Panelist for the roundtable, “The Potential Role of Experiential Learning and Community Service in Planning Education,” held at the 41st Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Chicago, IL, to 10/23/1999
  • Developed and hosted (with Michael Romanos) two roundtables on planning education in Indonesia, Los Angeles and Cincinnati, to 11-1998

Board Certifications/Licenses

  • American Institute of Certified Planners, AICP 1978
  • Swiss Society of Engineers and Architects, SIA 1985
  • Royal Dutch Institute of Engineers, KIVI 1994
  • European Federation of National Associations of Engineers, FEANI 1994
  • American Society of Civil Engineers ACSE, Affiliate Member 2008
  • College of Fellows of the American Institute of Certified Planners, FAICP 2012
  • Swiss Federation of Urban Planners, FSU 2013

Other Experience and Professional Memberships

  • American Planning Association (APA),
  • Fulbright Association,

Courses Taught

  • Management of Industrial Investment Projects
    Comments: Germany Society for Project Management, Munich, Germany (1989)
  • Introduction to the Headquarters of Swiss Development Cooperation (SDC)
    Comments: Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, Bern, Switzerland (1990)
  • Management Advancement Program
    Comments: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA (2001)
  • Academic Leadership Program
    Comments: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA (2002)
  • Assessment Institute
    Comments: The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning at the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH (2013)
  • International Program on Urban Governance
    Comments: Visiting Professor, National Taipei University, New Taipei, Taiwan, November 2013
  • Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design and Creative Arts,
    Comments: Visiting Professor, Mahasarakham, Thailand, May 2013
  • Faculty of Architecture, Urban Design and Creative Arts
    Comments: Visiting Fulbright Professor, Mahasarakham University, Mahasarakham, Thailand, June and July 2012
  • Summer School in Sustainable Development
    Comments: Visiting Professor for project of the School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, conducted for the government of Santorini, Greece, August 2005
  • Energy Production, Use and Conservation
    Comments: Taught at the MSc program in Urban Environmental Management at Wageningen University and the Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, March 2000
  • Introduction to Urban Planning
    Introduction to Urban Planning

  • Senior Capstone: Urban Futures, Innovation and the Public Good
    Senior Capstone: Urban Futures, Innovation and the Public Good

  • Planning Design Studio (Topical) Anyang, China
    Planning Design Studio (Topical) Anyang, China

  • Independent Study (Undergraduate)
    Independent Study (Undergraduate)

  • Research Methods I
    Research Methods I

  • Ethical Issues in Planning
    Ethical Issues in Planning

  • Planning Abroad Studio
    Planning Abroad Studio

  • Exchange Study
    Exchange Study

  • International Field Study
    International Field Study

  • International Field Study
    International Field Study

  • Workshop in Urban Design: Anyang, China
    Workshop in Urban Design: Anyang, China

  • The City in Cinema
    The City in Cinema

  • Managing the Urban Environment in Developing Countries
    Managing the Urban Environment in Developing Countries

  • Energy Planning, Conservation and the Environment in Developing Countries
    Energy Planning, Conservation and the Environment in Developing Countries

  • International Development Planning Policy
    International Development Planning Policy

  • Introduction to Graduate Research
    Introduction to Graduate Research

  • Community Planning Practicum – HUD Students
    Community Planning Practicum – HUD Students

  • Graduate Project Preparation
    Graduate Project Preparation

  • Graduate Project I
    Graduate Project I

  • Graduate Project II
    Graduate Project II

  • Independent Study in Community Planning (Graduate)
    Independent Study in Community Planning (Graduate)

  • Graduate Planning Abroad Studio
    Graduate Planning Abroad Studio

  • Graduate Planning Abroad Studio
    Graduate Planning Abroad Studio

  • Graduate Exchange Study
    Graduate Exchange Study

  • Peace Corps International Guided Study
    Peace Corps International Guided Study

  • Planning Internship Seminar I
    Planning Internship Seminar I

  • Planning Internship Seminar I
    Planning Internship Seminar I

  • Master’s Thesis for Community Planning
    Master’s Thesis for Community Planning

  • Master’s Capstone for Community Planning
    Master’s Capstone for Community Planning

  • All SOP independent study and directed reading courses at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels
    Comments: 1998 - 2009
  • Guest Lecturer in the short course for mid-career professionals, “Sustainable Environmental Policies and Pollution Control Strategies in Cities,”
    Comments: Environmental Training Centre, Tongji University, Shanghai, China, 18 – 30 October 1999

Master of Community Planning

 

Admission Requirements

Curriculum

 

Additional Information
for the Master of Community
Planning Program
 

Joint Degrees

Career Opportunities

Financial Assistance

Concentrations

 

Additional Educational Opportunities
through the School of Planning
 

International programs

US Peace Corps

Study Abroad