Department of City and Regional Planning

DCRP faculty member Danielle Spurlock

Assistant Professor

Specialization: Land Use and Environmental Planning
318 New East


Dr. Danielle Spurlock’s 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. Her 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. Dr. Spurlock’s most recent research investigates plan and policy implementation and the land use decision-making process at the parcel level.



Recognized as a Nancy Weiss Malkiel Scholar



Affiliations: Center for Urban and Regional Studies