Jeffrey P. Tiell, PhD Student
Jeffrey P. Tiell is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. He received his A.B. from Brown University and a Masters in City Planning (MCP) from the University of Pennsylvania. His academic interests include how communities cope with loss, community action and participatory-based research, social and spatial justice in planning, transformative education in planning, and the value of institution building and collaborative governance. He presently works with Margaret McFarland in the Real Estate Development Program at Maryland conducting research and providing programmatic assistance and his academic advisor is Howie Baum.
He has published widely in the urban affairs magazine Next American City and is the recipient of a 2011 RGK Center Summer Fellowship at the University of Texas, Austin. In February 2011, he participated and presented in a symposium in Amsterdam, The Netherlands on The Just City. He currently serves on both the Dean's Student Advisory Board at the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation and the Provost Student Advisory Council at Maryland.
Jeffrey P. Tiell
Urban Studies and Planning Program
School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation
University of Maryland