FACULTY

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.

Featured Faculty Profiles

Joe Viteritti Feature

FACULTY PROFILE

Joseph Viteritti

UAP Chair Joseph Viteritti, who specializes in governance, public policy and education, was recently named Thomas Hunter Professor of Public Policy. Read more>>

Jill Gross Feature

FACULTY PROFILE

Jill Simone Gross

As a Fulbright Scholar based in Dublin, Professor Jill Gross sought to identify new definitions for urban citizenship in an age of increasingly intricate migration patterns. Read more>>

Peter Kwong Feature

FACULTY PROFILE

Peter Kwong

Professor Peter Kwong’s commitment to human rights and social justice transcends his academic reputation – he is also a journalist, advocate and documentary filmmaker. Read more>>

Tom Angotti Feature

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Tom Angotti

Through his work at the Center for Community Planning & Development, Professor Tom Angotti promotes knowledge, applied research, and innovative practice in community planning & development. Read more>>