#81 Health and Suburban Form

Number of presentations - 12 - including:

Healthier Living Through Design (Slides, Paper and Audio) Richard J. Jackson, MD MPH, Professor, Chair, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

Principles For Reshaping Suburbia (Slides and Paper) Suzanne H. Crowhurst Lennard, Ph.D.(Arch.), Co-founder and Director, International Making Cities Livable Conferences, Portland, OR

Retrofitting Suburbia (Slides, Paper and Audio) Ellen-Dunham-Jones, AIA, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design, Georgia Tech School of Architecture, Atlanta, GA

Urban Acupuncture in Portland And Beyond (Slides) Michael Mehaffy, CNU-A, MICTP, Executive Director, Sustasis Foundation, Portland, OR

Village Design as a Retrofit Solution for Suburbia (Slides and Paper) Christopher Mare, Doctoral Student, Village Design Institute, Bellingham, WA

The Pathology of Suburbs (Slides) David Green, Principal/Professor of the Practice, Perkins+Will/Georgia Tech College of Architecture, Atlanta, GA

How Comprehensive Planning Makes Suburbia More Sprawling (Paper) Michael Lewyn, Associate Professor, Touro Law Center, Central Islip, NY

The Impact of Regulatory and Contractual Bias in Building on Community Health and Amenity (Slides and Paper) Peter Sarlos, FRAIA, MRICS, MIAMA, MCiArb, MLEADR, Architect, Lawyer, Chartered Surveyor Lane Cove, NSW, AUSTRALIA

From Town to Suburb: The Loss of Urban Form in America after WWII (Slides and Paper) Selena Anders, Professor, University of Notre Dame, Rome, ITALY

Making Suburbs Lovable: Grounding Suburban Residents in Their Homes, Neighborhoods and Public Spaces as a Foundation for Sustainability (Slides and Paper) Laura Banks Bochinski, Student, Prescott College, Bellingham, WA

The Suburban Shopping Mall: Can it Contribute to the Health and Well-Being of an Aging Population? (Slides and Paper) Melissa Cannon, Student, Portland State University - Institute on Aging, Portland, OR

Multi-Generational Planning to Reshape Suburbia: Demographic Change and Theoretical Insights (Slides and Paper) Amanda Micklow, PhD Student, Cornell University, Department of City and Regional Planning, Ithaca, NY

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