Faculty, Adjuncts and Staff
The multi-disciplinary expertise of both our full-time and part-time faculty extends beyond traditional foci to include related specialties such as urban public health, history, governance, design and media. This unique blend of knowledge informs work in both the classroom and on the ground in communities, neighborhoods and cities around the world. As an added benefit, our part-time faculty is made up of working professionals who are experts in their own right and are able to bring volumes of experience and capacity to the classes they teach.
Please meet some of our newest faculty. Nicholas Dagen Bloom and Karina Moreno will join us in the Fall 2019. Vivian Louie joined the department in Fall 2017.
News Feed: Faculty
10.12.2018 | UPP Chair Prof. Joseph Viteritti Quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Oct. 8 UPP Chair Professor Joseph Viteritti was quoted in a Wall Street Journal (October 8) article on Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision to replace his SUV and other...Read More
10.12.2018 | Prof. Laura Wolf-Powers Co-Authored Article is Published in Urban Geography Laura Wolf-Powers recently published an article (co-authored with Naomi Adiv) in the journal Urban Geography: "User Fees and the permeability of public space at municipal pools and bathhouses in...Read More
10.12.2018 | Prof. Victoria Johnson's Book Named Finalist for the 2018 National Book Award in Non-fiction Professor Victoria Johnson's book American Eden has just been named one of five finalists for the 2018 National Book Award in Nonfiction: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/10/books/national-book-foundation-announces-finalists-for-69th-annual-award.html....Read More
10.08.2018 | Prof. Mattew Lasner's latest essay in UK journal AD Prof. Matthew Lasner’s latest essay, “Architecture’s Progressive Imperative: Housing Betterment in the 19th and 20th Centuries” appears in a special issue of the UK journal AD devoted...Read More
09.20.2018 | UPP Chair Joseph Viteritti Interviewed by WAMU Radio, Sept. 17, 2018. UPP Chair Joseph Viteritti was interviewed by WAMU Radio, the NPR station in Washington D.C., regarding the merits (and limits) of governance arrangements that give...Read More