UBC Branchlines Interview

In a recent interview with Branchlines, the publication of the UBC Faculty of Forestry, I discuss my research on the accessibility and design of urban parks. The interview section with multiple faculty members and researchers in the Urban Forestry program at UBC can be found in the latest edition of Branchlines.

Research In Focus: A Weekly Digest of New Research from the NIDILRR Community

Our recent article was introduced in “Research In Focus” a publication of the National Rehabilitation Information Center (NARIC) (link) Survey Offers Insight into Impact of COVID-19 on Community Living and Travel Behavior of People with Disabilities A study funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR). The ability to participate…

[Book I read] Steal Like an Artist (Austin Klein, 2012)

I got to know about a series of books written by Austin Kleon from Ali Abdaall’s YouTube channel. Ali introduced those three books as one of “10 Cheap Purchases that Improved my Life.” He said that anytime he’s in a bit of a slump, he just picks up one of those books (which always live…

Landscape Architecture Faculty Citation Measures

I, with Dr. Tom Sanchez at Virginia Tech and Jessica Zuban (a graduate research assistant), published a paper at Landscape Journal, titled “Evaluating Scholarly Productivity and Impacts of Landscape Architecture Faculty Using Citation Analysis” (download). The citation data used in the paper are available here. A few notes about the data: The dataset includes 504…


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This is a place I share my blog posts periodically. I’ll try to post something at least every two weeks. Topics include my research, teaching, and life as a tenure-tract faculty member in the United States.

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