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

Associate Professor Sociology, African American Studies, Social Work, and Urban and Regional Planning and Affiliate at the Institute for Genomic Biology and Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (I-CHASS)
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