Geography, Geology and Planning
I have been researching the tiny house movement; specifically, land use barriers to tiny home integration. I am also interested in international planning studio education and rural/small town community planning.
Top Scholarly Accomplishments
Last October I presented preliminary findings on my tiny house research in Portland, Oregon, and the "Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP)" annual conference. In 2016 I also published an article on the importance of international planning studio education in "Town Planning Review."
I taught the graduate-level Planning Studio at Clemson University, located in Clemson, SC, for the past three years.
- Listening to bluegrass music
Future Goals and Aspirations
- I would like to be a professor that truly inspires students and challenges their current patterns of thinking.
- I also would like to learn to play banjo.
Life Outside of the University
I have two small rescue dogs, Parnell and Calhoun, that are very playful and energetic.