Urban + Environmental Policy + Planning
Justin Hollander is an Associate Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning. He has worked in land use and environmental planning at the local, regional, and federal levels, most recently for the Public Buildings Service of the U.S. General Services Administration as a Presidential Management Fellow. His research has focused on the role of planning and public policy in managing land use and environmental changes associated with shrinking cities. Dr. Hollander has written over 50 publications on these topics including four books: Polluted and Dangerous: America's Worst Abandoned Properties and What Can Be Done About Them (University of Vermont Press), Principles of brownfields regeneration: Clean-up, design, and re-use of blighted land (Island Press with Niall Kirkwood and Julia Gold), Sunburnt cities: The Great Recession, depopulation and urban planning in the American Sunbelt (Routledge), and Cognitive architecture: Designing for how we respond to the built environment (forthcoming, Routledge). He received his Ph.D. from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. While at Rutgers, he conducted research at the National Center for Neighborhood and Brownfields Redevelopment. Dr. Hollander’s research has been supported through grants from the Urban Land Institute, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the Government of Canada, Government of Quebec, Abell Foundation, and the Appraisers Research Foundation. He is regularly called upon as an expert for a variety of media sources on urban issues, including The New York Times, TIME Magazine, USA Today, NPR, and C-SPAN. Dr. Hollander received a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Tufts University and a Master's Degree in Regional Planning from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.
Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
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Medford, MA 02155