Professor, Urban Affairs and Planning (UAP)
- Ph.D., Urban and Regional Planning, Cornell University, 1991
- M.R.P., City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, 1989
- M.S., Water Resources, University of Wisconsin Madison, 1983
- B.S., Geography, Western Michigan University, 1980
- International Policy and Planning
- Environmental Policy and Planning
- Decision Making Under Uncertainty
- SPIA 6104: Knowledge Theory & Planning
- UAP 5114: Computer Application in Planning
- UAP 5424: International Policy & Planning
- UAP 5494: Advanced Quantitative Techniques for Urban Research
- “Biases and Environmental Risks in Urban Africa: Household Solid Waste Decision-Making,” (with Jacob Kihila and Mengiseny Kaseva) Journal of Environmental Planning and Management (2020).
- “How Emergency Managers (Mis?) Interpret Forecasts,” (with Patrick S. Roberts, Joseph Arvai, and Kelly Redmond) Disasters 43(1): 88-109 (2019).
- “Decision Biases and Heuristics Among Emergency Managers: Just Like the Public They Manage For?” (with Patrick S. Roberts), American Review of Public Administration 49(3): 292–308 (2019).
Coordinated, Behaviorally-Aware Recovery for Transportation and Power Disruptions (National Science Foundation)
- Natural Hazards and Disasters
- Urban Water, Sanitation, and Solid Waste
- Urban Management in the Global South