Zhenhua Chen Named 2022 Geoffrey J.D. Hewings Award Winner
Knowlton City and Regional Planning Professor Zhenhua Chen was recently named the 2022 Geoffrey J.D. Hewings award winner at the 69th annual North American meeting of the Regional Science Association International. The award recognizes distinguished contributions to regional science research by scholars who have completed their doctoral studies in the last ten years. Besides Chen, three other members of Ohio State’s faculty have received this award, including Harvey Miller (Geography, 1997), Elena Irwin (AEDE, 2008), and Alessandra Faggian (AEDE, 2015).
Read more at North American Regional Science Council
September 24, 2021
Junmei Cheng and Zhenhua Chen's "Socioeconomic impact assessments of high-Speed rail: A meta-Analysis" Published
Planning PhD Candidate and Assistant Professor published by Taylor & Francis Online.
Zhenhua Chen Receives ODOT Grant for Distracted Driving Study
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