September 5, 2022

Autumn 2022 City and Regional Planning Colloquium

The weekly meetings bring faculty and doctoral students to present research and discuss topics of interest to the Knowlton School and affiliated fields.

The City and Regional Planning Section at the Knowlton School is pleased to announce the Autumn 2022 City and Regional Planning Colloqium.

Faculty and graduate students are invited to attend. Meetings are 12:10–1 p.m. on Mondays (except where noted) in Knowlton Hall 175.

  • September 5
    No colloquium in observance of the Labor Day holiday
  • September 12
    Guest Research Presentation: Dr. Jason Reece
  • September 19
    Guest Research Presentation: Dr. Tijs Van Maasakkers
  • September 26
    No colloquium in observance of Rosh Hashanah
  • October 3
    “Data Visualization Resources and Tools”
    Sarah Murphy, Data Literacy and Visualization Librarian,
    Ohio State University Libraries
  • October 10
    No colloquium in observance of Indigenous People’s Day
  • October 12 (Wednesday, 5:30 p.m., Knowlton Hall 250)
    Baumer Lecture: Dr. Kian Goh, UCLA
  • October 17
    City and Regional Planning PhD Student and Faculty ACSP Presentations: “Vacant urban land and neighborhood sustainability”
    Liang Chen, PhD candidate
  • October 19 (Wednesday, 5:30 p.m., Knowlton Hall 250)
    Baumer Lecture: Dr. Laura Wolf-Powers, Hunter College, CUNY
  • October 24
    Guest Research Presentation: Dr. Yas Motoyama
  • October 31
    Guest Research Presentation: Marlise Schneider, PhD Candidate, Technical University of Munich
    “On innovation, regional development, and Intel in Ohio”
  • November 7
    “GIS and Spatial Analysis Data Resources”
    Joshua W. Sadvari, Geospatial Information Librarian,
    Ohio State University Libraries
  • November 14
    Guest Research Presentation: Professor Karen Lewis
    “Enacting the Underground Railroad: Landscapes of Resistance and Ingenuity”
  • November 21
    Guest Research Presentation: Jeeson Oh, CRP PhD Candidate
  • November 28
    Guest Research Presentation: Professor Michelle Franco
    Invisible Labor: Precarity, Ethnic Division, and Transformative Representation in Landscape Architecture
  • December 5
    PhD Student Research Presentations from CRPLAN 7000