Affiliated Faculty

Dustin Allred

Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Land use, regional planning, governance, sustainable development

Lynne M. Dearborn

Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Community design, housing, community development

Joe Hooker

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Planning Law

Bruce Knight

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Growth management, metropolitan & regional planning, public management

Robert Kowalski

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Local government, community development, transportation planning, public management

Devin Lavigne

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Urban design, comprehensive planning, private planning consulting practice

Dan McMillen

Professor of Economics and Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Urban economics, real estate, and applied econometrics

Ruby Mendenhall

Assistant Professor Sociology, Black Studies, and Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Race and housing patterns, social networks, inequality, and public policy

Craig Rost

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Local economic development, development finance, public management

Anne Silvis

Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Economic and community development, primary data collection techniques

Kai Tarum

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Urban Design

Elizabeth "Libby" Tyler

Adjunct Lecturer in Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Local government, environmental planning, community development

Shaowen Wang

Professor of Geography and Geographic Information Science (Primary), Computer Science, Computational Science & Engineering, Informatics, Lirbary and Information Science, and Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Computational and data sciences, geographic information science and systems (GIS), cyberGIS and cyber infrastructure, multi-scale geospatial problem solving, parallel and distributed computing, spatial analysis and modeling

David Wilson

Professor of Geography and Urban and Regional Planning
Expertise: Social theory and the built environment, social dynamics of environmental issues, qualitative methods, political economy of U.S. cities