The University of Utah
College of Architecture + Planning

MRC & EPC Brown Bag Series

Please join us on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 1:00 - 2:00 PM (unless noted otherwise)

Bring your lunch and join us for the MRC & EPC Brown Bag Series!
Held in the Dean’s Conference Room (Enter through room 233) of the Architecture Building, this series is an opportunity for PhD students, faculty, and invited guests to present their research and receive feedback from peers, faculty, and industry professionals.

January 23, 2017

Sarah Hinners
Director, Ecological Planning Center
Economic Impacts of Streetcar Investments in Four US Cities

Pratiti Tagore
Research Assistant, Ecological Planning Center
Can Urbanization Level of a Place act as a Predictor for Water Saving Behavior?

February 13, 2017

Scott Hess
Active Transportation Planner, WFRC
&
Bret McIff
Utah Department of Health
Introduction to Health and Planning

February 27, 2017

Brenda Scheer
Professor, City and Metropolitan Planning

TBD

Matthew Miller
Research Assistant, Metropolitan Research Center

TBD

March 27, 2017

Debolina Banerjee
MPPD Doctoral Student and EPC Research Assistant
Green Transportation for Urban Sustainability: A Case Study of Electric Vehicle Adoption

Torrey Lyons
MPPD Doctoral Student and MRC Research Assistant
Coverage vs. Frequency

April 10, 2017

Matt Wheelwright
MPPD Doctoral Student and Former Developer

The Developers Perspective

April 24, 2017

Susie Petheram
MPPD Doctoral Student and Associate Principal, CRSA
TBD

Past Presentations

Robin Rothfeder
Doctoral Student City and Metropolitan Planning
System Dynamics Modeling for Water Resources Management in Clark County, Nevada

Susan Petheram
Doctoral Student City and Metropolitan Planning
Associate Principal, CRSA
Transportation, TODs, and Resilient Neighborhoods – a Case Study of Salt Lake City’s Vernacular Urbanism

Ted Knowlton
Deputy Director, Wasatch Front Regional Council

Utah’s Growth Inflection Point: Implications for Planners

Danya Rumore
Research Professor, City and Metropolitan Planning
Enhancing Sustainability and Resilience in National Parks and Gateway Communities through Collaborative Regional Planning

Guang Tian
Doctoral Student, City and Metropolitan Planning
Testing Newman and Kenworthy’s Theory of Density and Automobile Dependence

Michael Clay
Associate Proessor of Geography, BYU
The Necessity of Integrating Land Use Forecasting with Travel Demand Modeling

Lindsey Kass
Interviewing Skills and Creating an Elevator Pitch

Joanna Ganning
When it Comes to U.S. Shrinking Cities, What do we Mean?

Keunhyun Park
APA Presentation (Does TOD need a Park?)

Matthew Wheelwright
iUtah – RFA3: Social Vulnerability and Water Hazards

Matt Miller
March 2, 2016
Bus Rapid Transit

George Galster
February 17, 2016
Neighborhood Ethnic Composition and Outcomes for Low-income Latino and African American Children

Reid Ewing
January 27, 2016
Rail-Volution Presentation

Matt Wheelwright
December 9, 2015
iUtah – RFA3: Social Vulnerability & Water Hazards

Torrey Lyons
November 11, 2015
Analyzing Factors that Impact Transit Ridership

Matt Miller
November 11, 2015
Retail Near Transit

Mercedes Beaudoin
October 28, 2015
ISOCARP: National Spatial Planning Legal Frameworks

Keuntae Kim
October 14, 2015
ACSP: The Impact of Bus Rapid Transit Development on New Firm Formation

Guang Tian
October 14, 2015
ACSP: Student Travel: Evidence from 13 Diverse Metro Regions of the U.S.