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Dr. Burby's research and publications are broad-ranging and include work on mitigation of natural hazards, land-use and environmental planning, housing and community development, and planning processes and administration. His classroom teaching has included courses in land use and environmental planning, development impact assessment, development management, coastal planning and management, mitigation of natural hazards, sustainable cities, and research design and methods.
B.Arch., MCP, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
AB, University of Minnesota
Dr. Godschalk's research and publications span three planning fields: 1) Growth Management and Land Use Planning, 2) Hazard Mitigation and Coastal Management, and 3) Dispute Resolution and Public Participation.
Dr. Goldstein teaches methods and techniques of urban and regional economic analysis, development planning, research design, and planning theory.
Dr. Kaiser's research and teaching interests included improving the quality of local land use plans
and developing land use planning strategies for hazard mitigation and environmental protection.