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  • Stuart Chapin — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Faculty Emeriti Faculty Stuart Chapin Search Site only in current section Navigation Faculty Emeriti Faculty Stuart Chapin Students Alumni Staff Text Increase font size Decrease font size Info Stuart Chapin Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus planning unc edu B Arch MCP Massachusetts Institute of Technology AB University of Minnesota Chapin video Document Actions Send this Print this The Department of City and Regional Planning New East Building CB 3140 UNC CH

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/faculty/emeritifaculty/stuartchapin (2015-06-03)
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  • Myrick Howard — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Myrick Howard has been the Marion S Covington Visiting Lecturer in Historic Preservation at DCRP since 1988 As President of Preservation North Carolina PNC since 1978 he has helped to build the organization into one of the nation s most prominent preservation nonprofits He was hired by PNC shortly after receiving his Masters of Regional Planning and a law degree at UNC He has traveled extensively both nationally and internationally

    Original URL path: http://planning.unc.edu/people/faculty/myrickhoward (2015-06-03)
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  • Robin A. Howarth — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    Stanford University Food Research Institute Specialization International Economic Development B A Stanford University Human Biology Specialization Health and Economic Development Courses PLAN 054 First Year Seminar Bringing Life Back to Downtown PLAN 776 Economic Development Finance PLAN 823 Community Development Workshop Research teaching and professional background Dr Howarth has published in the Journal of Real Estate Research and The Appraisal Journal on the topic of best practices in real estate market analysis and prepared a number of technical reports and monographs The latter include a fiscal and economic impact study of a large multi phase development for Chatham County economic development staff an E NC sponsored study on barriers to internet use among residents and small businesses in North Carolina s distressed communities and a workshop based implementation plan for redevelopment of the MLK corridor in Kinston N C At UNC Dr Howarth has taught First Year Seminars in Downtown Redevelopment in North Carolina and Forecasting and Futures Analysis Since 2003 she has been the instructor for the Development Finance course in the MCRP economic development specialization In 2009 she led a one semester planning workshop for masters students in community development focusing on Kinston NC Howarth has facilitated several redevelopment workshops for economic development professionals sponsored by UNC the Lincoln Land Institute and the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond Past research activities at UNC s Center for Urban and Regional Studies CURS include investigator on a project studying internet connectivity issues in North Carolina s economically distressed areas sponsored by the E NC Authority and research consultant for the Program on Smart Growth Howarth periodically conducts grant reviews for the New Markets Tax Credit and Financial Assistance programs of the Community Development Finance Institutions Fund of the U S Treasury Prior to moving to North Carolina she held a

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  • Edward J. Kaiser — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    improving the quality of local land use plans and developing land use planning strategies for hazard mitigation and environmental protection A former department chair he also served as co editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association and on the executive boards of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and North Carolina Chapter of the American Planning Association Dr Kaiser is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners Selected publications Urban Land Use Planning 5th Edition Philip Berke David Godschalk and Edward Kaiser with Daniel Rodríguez University of Illinois Press Chicago 2006 in press Twentieth Century Land Use Planning A Stalwart Family Tree Journal of the American Planning Association 61 3 1995 with D Godschalk Received Honorable Mention as Best Article of the Year from JAPA Natural Hazard Mitigation Recasting Disaster Policy and Planning Washington D C Island Press 1999 with D Godschalk T Beatley P Berke and D Brower Integrating Hazard Mitigation and Land Use Planning in R Burby ed Cooperating with Nature Confronting Natural Hazards with Land Use Planning for Sustainable Communities Washington D C Joseph Henry Press 1998 with D Godschalk and P Berke Development Planning in F So L Dalton and C

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  • David Moreau — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    internships and other experiential learning opportunities Dr Moreau appointed to the Committee on New Orleans Regional Hurricane Protection Projects Hurricane Katrina and the subsequent flooding of much of the New Orleans metro area prompted many questions about the performance of the city s hurricane protection system To help provide credible scientific and engineering answers regarding the performance of this system the Committee on New Orleans Regional Hurricane Protection Projects has been convened to review data gathered by the U S Army Corps of Engineers and the American Society of Civil Engineers As a committee member Dr Moreau will focus his investigation on three primary topics a design capacity of the hurricane protection system b forces exerted against the system and system response and c factors that resulted in overtopping breaching or failure of levees and floodwalls David Moreau has twice been named director of the Water Resources Research Institute WRRI WRRI is a unit of The University of North Carolina system established in 1965 and is authorized by the Water Resources Research Act of 1964 to administer and promote federal state partnerships on water related issues WRRI identifies and supports research needed to help solve water quality and water resources problems in North Carolina and the region Dr Moreau also served as WRRI director from 1983 to 1995 Dr Moreau has research interests in the analysis planning financing and evaluation of water and related environmental programs His publications include work in systems analysis planning and management of urban water systems management of water supplies during droughts and planning and evaluation of watershed management programs He has chaired the board of a local water and sewer authority worked for the U S Environmental Protection Agency chaired several state level environmental committees and commissions and served on national advisory committees Dr Moreau

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  • Danielle Spurlock — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    dspurloc at email dot unc dot edu My work focuses on plan and policy implementation and addresses policy questions in the areas of planning public health environmental and social justice and dispute resolution Courses PLAN 246 Cities of the Future Introduction to Planning PLAN 725 Development Dispute Resolution PLAN 740 Land Use and Environmental Policy Research My research explores the relationships among land use the environment human behavior and structural inequality on a variety of research projects including social stratification and its impact of the siting of hazardous land uses social vulnerability and emergency preparedness and the impact of land use decisions on ecosystems services My most recent research investigates plan and policy implementation and the land use decision making process at the parcel level Selected Publications Berke Philip Danielle Spurlock George Hess and Larry Band 2013 Local Comprehensive Plan Quality and Regional Ecosystem Protection The Case of the Jordan Lake Watershed North Carolina U S A Land Use Policy 31 450 459 Berke Philip John Cooper David Salvesen Danielle Spurlock and Christina Rausch 2011 Building Capacity for Disaster Resiliency in Six Disadvantaged Communities Sustainability 3 1 1 20 Berke Philip John Cooper David Salvesen Danielle Spurlock and Christina Rausch

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  • Andrew H. Whittemore — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    focuses on urban form and design planning history and theory land use planning and zoning primarily in the North American context Research teaching and practice Whittemore especially focuses on planning s influence on the built form and design of North American cities and the politics associated with planning for neighborhood change His research asks how regulatory forces shape the built environment and how communities understand and use regulatory approaches in guiding development He principally uses archival and ethnographic methods to explore these questions He has published on the history of zoning and land use politics in Los Angeles the FHA s impact on local zoning redevelopment politics in conservative contexts the uses and politics of planned unit development the history of American urban form and planning theory with a focus on phenomenological or humanist procedural approaches in planning Course PLAN 752 Principles of Site Planning and Urban Design PLAN 651 Urban Form and Design of Cities PLAN 057 What is a Good City Publications Dr Whittemore is the illustrator and co author with Sam Bass Warner of American Urban Form A Representative History MIT Press 2012 The book follows the development of a hypothetical metropolis on the eastern seaboard of

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  • Dale Whittington — UNC Department of City & Regional Planning
    China Philippines Vietnam Thailand Indonesia Bulgaria and Ukraine His current research focuses on the following four areas 1 the development of planning approaches and methods for the design of improved water and sanitation systems for the rapidly growing cities of Asia 2 the design of municipal water tariffs in developing countries 3 estimating the economic benefits of vaccines for malaria typhoid cholera and HIV AIDS and 4 Nile water management issues Prof Whittington is the author with Prof Duncan MacRae of a graduate textbook on public policy analysis Expert Advice for Policy Choice Please select one of the following topics for more research information Vaccine Health Policy Nile Water Management Contingent Valuation Method LDCs Water Sanitation in LDCs Water Resources Misc Cost Benefit Analysis Development Development Misc Professional Activities Invited Lecturer Rethinking the Economics of Water and Sanitation Investments Department of Urban Studies and Planning M I T SPURS Seminar 2005 Invited Lecture Rethinking the Millennium Development Goals for the Water and Sanitation Sector Implications for India Institute of Development Studies University of Calcutta 2004 Invited Seminar Presentation Household Willingness to Pay for Typhoid and Cholera Vaccine in Kolkata National Institutes for Cholera and Enteric Diseases Kolkata India 2004 Conference Paper Presentation The Use of the Contingent Valuation Method and Travel Cost Models in Developing Countries World Bank Training Program Economics and the Environment 2004 Invited Address The Investment Case for New Generation Vaccines for Typhoid in Vietnam Pakistan and Indonesia 3 Plenary Lectures International Conference on Tranrelational Research on Typhoid Vaccines Hanoi Vietnam Sponsored by the International Vaccine Institute and the National Institutes of Health and Epidemiology Vietnam 2005 Invited Lecture The Consequences of Trade Liberalization for the Water and Sanitation Sector in Developing Countries Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Paris France 2005 Keynote Address Do Municipal Water Supply and Sanitation Investments Pass a Cost Benefit Test Biannual Meetings of the Economy and Environment Program for Southeast Asia Bangkok Thailand 2004 Selected Recent Publications Opportunities for Cooperative Water Resources Development on the Eastern Nile Risks and Rewards Final Report of the Scoping Study Team to the Eastern Nile Council of Ministers October 2008 85 pages Washington D C World Bank with Don Blackmore Estimation of Water Demand in Developing Countries An Overview The World Bank Research Observer November 11 2009 pp 1 32 with Celine Nauges Estimating the private benefits of vaccination against cholera in Beira Mozambique A travel cost application Journal of Development Economics Vol 91 Issue 2 March 2010 pp 310 322 with Marc Jeuland Marcelino Lucas and John Clemens What Have We Learned from Twenty Years of Stated Preference Studies in Less Developed Countries Annual Review of Resource Economics Vol 2 2010 pp 209 236 Costs of Illnesses due to Endemic Cholera Epidemiological Infections 2011 doi 10 1017 S0950268811000513 10 pages Cambridge University Press with C Poulos A Riewpaiboon JF Stewart J Clemens S Guh M Agtini D Sur Z Islam M Lucas and the DOMI Cholera COI Study Group Costs of illness due to

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