Associate Professor Landscape Architecture & Architecture
College of Arts and Architecture
Phone number(s): 
(814) 865-0685
Office Address: 
228 Stuckeman Family Building
Research Summary: 

How practitioners and educational institutions engage design in the public interest; how entrepreneurial action in the public realm by groups at the margins of formal structures creates citizenship and is evidenced in the built environment; the history and current state of the community design movement; and the role of inquiry in design, particularly the development of tools and methods to increase the agency of public interest designers.

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