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B.D. Wortham teaches in all three programs of the School on a wide variety of subjects including urban and architectural design and theory, adaptive reuse, community based design, and the everyday American built environment. She has received teaching and mentor awards from the University of Maryland and was named as a Fellow to the National Society of Collegiate Scholarship and Who's Who in Teaching. Professionally, she has formed her non-profit, Urban Dialogues, and continues working with the Mayors' Institute on City Design. Her scholarship focuses on how theories of the everyday can be applied to the design and stewardship of the American built environment. She just started the "Springfield Project" in which she is researching the various Springfields across the United States.