Grants and contracts

2017. Green gentrification in Chicago: Development, displacement, and community activism. Office of Research Services, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $3,000

2016. Bringing Stein back in: Regional planning and equity in the 21st Century American West. Clarence S. Stein Institute, Cornell University. (PI). $16,000

2013-15. Tri-County Health Department, Health Impact Assessment Grant, funded by Pew Trust. (PI). $25,000

2015. Colorado Center for Sustainable Urbanism. Gates Family Foundation. (PI). $98,500

2012-2015. National Park Service internship program. Master of Urban and Regional Planning program, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $149,595

2014. Sustainable Communities Initiative: Outcome Assessment and Knowledge Sharing. Denver Regional Council of Governments. (Contributor). $76,850

2014. NSF (RAPID): Affordable Housing and Equitable Recovery: A Study of the 2013 Colorado Flash Floods. National Science Foundation. (Co-PI). $35,000

2014. Income, Community Development, and Transit Quality in the Denver Region. Office of Research Services, University of Colorado Denver. (Co-PI). $12,000

2014. Toward Equitable Recovery: Affordable Housing after the 2013 Colorado Floods. Office of Research Services, University of Colorado Denver. (Co-PI). $2,981

2013. Understanding Household Recovery Following Colorado Flash Floods. Natural Hazards Center. (Contributor). $3,000

2011. Privatization of public space: Incentive Zoning programs in the US. Center for Faculty Development, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $1,000

2010. Spatial inventory training using various geospatial technology platforms. Center for Faculty Development, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $2,000

2010. Development of sustainable joint urban design studio with Tongji University. Institute of International Business (IIB) CIBER program, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $2,500

2009. Perceptions of publicness in NYC’s privately owned public spaces. Institute for the Social Sciences, Cornell University. (Co-PI). $5,000

2008. Lost space: Security zones and the shrinking of public space. Center for Faculty Development, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $20,000

2008. Denver Union Station public space studio course. Open Space Initiative Group, Denver. (PI) **Winner of APA Colorado Student Project Award** $8,000

2007. Control by design: Encouraging diversity in Denver’s public spaces. Center for Faculty Development, University of Colorado Denver. (PI). $5,000

2007. Inner ring suburb design/redevelopment study. Wheat Ridge 2020. (PI). $3,500

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