Главная > Документ


2008. (and James White and Jamie Palmer). “Interim Executive Summary of After Action Report for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security: Weather Events, May 30 – June 7, 2008.” Prepared for the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. October.

  • 2008. (and K.J. Lisby, M. Nagle, W. Newby, D. Sapp). 2007 Indiana Crash Facts. Report 08-C11 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. October.

  • 2008. “Alcohol, 2007,” Indiana Traffic Safety Facts. Report 08-C09 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. June.

  • 2008. “ICJI Grant Assessments Synthesis Report.” Report 08-C37 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. June.

  • 2008. “Motorcycles, 2007,” Indiana Traffic Safety Facts. Report 08-C03 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Criminal Justice Research. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. May.

  • 2008. (and J. Palmer, A. Seymour, D. Klacik). City of Indianapolis/Marion County Continuity of Operations Planning Final Report. Report 08-C25 prepared for the Marion County Emergency Management Agency. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University.

  • 2007. (and T. Stucky, W. Newby, III). Analysis of Byrne/JAG ProgramsAdministered by the Indiana CriminalJustice Institute: Multijurisdictional Drug Task Forces, 2006 and 2007. Report 07-C47 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. November.

  • 2007. (and K.J. Lisby, M. Nagle, W. Newby, D. Sapp). 2006 Indiana Crash Facts. Report 07-C23 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. November.

    1. 2007. (and C. Garcia, R. Thelin, R. Brown, W. Newby, III). Analysis of Domestic Violence Programs Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute: Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Grant Awards, 2005 And 2006. Report 07-C34 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. July.

    2. 2007. “Alcohol, 2006,” Indiana Traffic Safety Facts. Report 07-C21 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. July.

    3. 2007. “Motorcycles, 2006,” Indiana Traffic Safety Facts. Report 07-C15 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. May .

    4. 2007. (and K.J. Lisby, M. Nagle, D. Sapp). “Pickup truck crashes and restraint usage, 2005,” Indiana Traffic Safety Facts. Report 07-C05 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. February.

    5. 2006. (and R. Brown, C. Garcia, W. Newby, III). Analysis of Domestic Violence Programs Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute: STOP Grant Awards, 2005 And 2006. Report 06-C28 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. December.

    6. 2006. (and T. Stucky, W. Newby, III). Analysis of Byrne/JAG ProgramsAdministered by the Indiana CriminalJustice Institute: Drug Court,Prosecution, and Law EnforcementGrants, 2005 and 2006. Report 06-C21 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. October.

    7. 2006. (and W. Newby, III). Analysis of Federal Grant Programs Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute: Substance Abuse Treatment Programs in Correctional Facilities. Report 06-C16 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. June.

    8. 2006. (and R. Thelin). A 2005-2006 Inventory of Methamphetamine Data in Indiana: Results from a Canvass of Public and Nonprofit Agencies. Report 06-C10 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. March.

    9. 2006. (and K. Quinet, T. Stucky, R. Brown, R. Jarjoura, C. Garcia, W. Newby, III). Performance Metrics for ICJI, 2006. Report 06-C06 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. March.

    10. 2006. (and K. Quinet). Phase I Due Diligence Report: Federal Funding Streams and Subgrantee Activities Administered by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2003-05. Report 06-C04 prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. February.

    11. 2005. (and K. Quinet and W. Newby). Indiana Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Forces, 2002 and 2003. Report prepared for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. June.

    12. 2004. (and J. Kirlin, J. Palmer, D. Klacik, J. Krauss) “Effective Government Reform Can Be Achieved in Indiana” Issue Brief 04-C16, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. July.

    13. 2004. “Airport Development Takes Flight,” Issue Brief 04-C09, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. May.

    14. 2003 “Building Metropolitan Landscapes: The Uneven Nature of Built Investments in Indiana’s Urban Regions, 1990-2001,” Technical Paper, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. May.

    15. 2001. (and A. Worgan) “Spaces of Innovation: Patent Activity in Indiana Metropolitan Areas, 1990-98.” Technical Paper, 01C05 Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. July.

    16. 2001. “Built Investment in Central Indiana and the United States, 1990-1999: Some Troubles Ahead?” Issue Brief, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. June.

    17. 2001. “Patterns of Built Investment in Central Indiana, 1990-1999,” Technical Paper, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis. March.

    18. 1999. (and J.B. Rubleske). Community Outreach Partnership Center Report #4: A Retail Market Analysis of the Indianapolis Near Westside. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. June.

    19. 1999 (and K. Quinet and N. Hardacre-Kincaid). The Use of Problem Oriented Policing by the Indiana State Police: Assessing the Effects of Training and Technology . Report prepared for the Indiana State Police. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. June..

    20. 1999 (and J.B. Rubleske). An Analysis of Retail Development in the Indianapolis Inner City. Report prepared for the City of Indianapolis. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. April.

    21. 1998 (and J.B. Rubleske). Community Outreach Partnership Center Report #3: Economic Structure of the Near Westside, 1998. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. December.

    22. 1998 (and J.B. Rubleske). Community Outreach Partnership Center Report #2: Workforce Development Programs and the Near Westside: A Review of Best Practices and Guidelines for Program Effectiveness. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. July.

    23. 1998 (and J.B. Rubleske). Community Outreach Partnership Center Report #1: Future Employment Trends and Their Relevance to the Near Westside. Report prepared for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. June.

    24. 1998 (and J.B. Rubleske). Pricing the Use of Local Public Rights-of-Way: The Development of a Compensation Model for Indiana Local Governments. Report prepared for the Legislative Services Agency of the State of Indiana. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. February.

    25. 1997 (and J.B. Rubleske). Pricing the Use of Local Public Rights-of-Way: An Interim Report. Report prepared for the Legislative Services Agency of the State of Indiana. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. December.

    26. 1996 (and K. Quinet and J.B. Rubleske). Street Lighting and Crime: An Assessment of the Near Eastside of Indianapolis . Report prepared for the Indiana Electrical Association and Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. September.

    27. 1996 (and W.Montgomery, J.Palmer, and mmel). Strategic Economic Development Plan. Report prepared for the Far East Side Community Development Council. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. March.

    28. 1996 (with J.J.Glass). Analysis of Fair Housing Impediments in the City of Arlington, Texas. Report prepared for the city of Arlington, TX. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment and James J. Glass and Associates. School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Indiana University. Indianapolis. January.

    29. 1995 (and M.Przybylski, bleske). Technical Appendix: Hendricks County Study Area: Business Firm and Employment Structure, 1994. Report prepared for the Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. November.

    30. 1995 (and M.Przybylski, bleske). Business Firm and Employment Structure of Hendricks County and Indianapolis International Airport Area, 1994. Report prepared for the Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. November.

    31. 1995 (and A.McFadden). Key Informant Opinions about Economic Development in the Far Eastside Area (42nd and Mitthoeffer Area). Report prepared for the Far East Side Community Development Council. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. November.

    32. 1995 (and J.Higbee, A.McFadden, W.Montgomery, mmel). The Impact of Demographic Characteristics, Industrial Structure, and Infrastructure on Economic Development Potential in the 42nd and Mitthoeffer Planning Area. Report prepared for the Far East Side Community Development Council. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. October.

    33. 1995 (and W.Montgomery, B.McCormick). Report for the Retail Market Analysis for the Far Eastside Community. Report prepared for the Far East Side Community Development Council. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. October.

    34. 1995 (and R.Glenn, J.Higbee, W.Montgomery, mmel). Detailed Economic Profile of the 42nd and Mitthoeffer Planning Area, 1995. Report prepared for the Far East Side Community Development Council. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. October.

    35. 1995 (and M.S. Rosentraub, J.D.Klacik, M.Przybylski, bleske). Building the Economic Future of Metropolitan Indianapolis: A Proposal for Regional Cooperation and Finance. Report prepared for the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. September.

    36. 1994 (and M.S. Rosentraub). City and Suburbs: Linkages, Benefits, and Shared Responsibilities. Report prepared for the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. September.

    37. 1994 (and M.S. Rosentraub). A Plan for Metropolitan Fiscal Stability in the Indianapolis Region. Report for the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. July.

    38. 1994 (and J.B. Rubleske). Executive Summary of Indianapolis Metropolitan and Central Indiana Regional Economic Study. Report for Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. and Public Service Energy, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. June.

    39. 1994 (and M.S. Rosentraub). Financing Indianapolis: Demography and Patterns of Development that Affect the Shared Destinies of Cities and Suburbs. Report for the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. May.

    40. 1994 (and J.B. Rubleske). Regional Cooperation and Economic Development in Metropolitan Indianapolis: The Views of Key Informants and Results of a Survey of Existing Regional Programs. Report prepared for Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. and Public Service Energy, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. May.

    41. 1994 (and J.B. Rubleske). Institutionalizing Regional Cooperation: Detailed Profiles of Four Metropolitan Organizations in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Portland, and Toledo. Report for Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. and Public Service Energy, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. May.

    42. 1994. Measuring the Policy Environment for Metropolitan Cooperation: An Assessment of Development Policies and Incentives in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Region. Report for Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. and Public Service Energy, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. April

    43. 1994. (and J.B. Rubleske). A National Profile of Selected Approaches to Regional Cooperation for Economic Development. Report for Indianapolis Power and Light, Inc. and Public Service Energy, Inc. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. February

    44. 1993. (and M.S. Rosentraub.) A Definition of Fiscal Equalization and a Description of Metropolitan Tax Base Sharing Programs. Report for the Greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment. Indianapolis. December

    45. 1993. (and J.J. Glass.) Barriers to Fair Housing Choice and Remedial Activities. Report prepared for the Fair Housing Office, Office of Community Development, City of Dallas, Texas. December

    46. 1993. (and J.J. Glass.) Barriers to Fair Housing Choice. Report prepared for the Fair Housing Office, Office of Community Development, City of Dallas, Texas. September

    47. 1993. (and J. J. Glass.) Fair Housing Policy and Complaint Survey. Report prepared for the Fair Housing Office, Office of Community Development, City of Dallas, Texas. May

    48. 1993. (and J.J. Glass.) Jurisdictional Analysis. Report prepared for the Fair Housing Office, Office of Community Development, City of Dallas, Texas. March

    49. 1993. (and J.J. Glass and V.S. DeSantis.) A Feasibility Analysis of a Permanent Blinn College Campus in College Station. Report submitted to the City of College Station, Texas. February

    50. Summer 1992. (and J. J. Glass and V. S. DeSantis.) City of Fort Worth Citizen Survey. Report prepared for the City of Fort Worth. Center for Public Management. University of North Texas.

    51. 1992. City of Azle, Texas, Water and Wastewater Utility Rate Cost of Service Study. Report submitted to the City of Azle, Texas

    52. 1992. The Impact of Proposed Golf Course Irrigation Utility Projects on Water and Wastewater Rates. Report submitted to the City of Azle, Texas.

    53. 1989. Settlement of Wholesale Water Rate Payment Dispute between Southlake and Keller, Texas. Report submitted to the Fort Worth Water Department.

    PAPER PRESENTATIONS

    1. 2005 (and K. Quinet). “Testing the war on drugs: what’s the return from investments in multi-jurisdictional task forces?” Prepared for the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 16-19.

    2. 2005 “Spatial patterns of terrorism incidents in the U.S., 1997-2005,” Prepared for the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 16-19.

    3. 2004 “Preventing the next terrorist attack: the theory and practice of homeland security information systems,” Prepared for the annual conference of the American Society of Criminology, Nashville, Tennessee, November 17-20.

    4. 2004 “Do information technologies influence the operations of community development corporations?” Prepared for the Information Technology Adoption in the Nonprofit Sector: A Research Symposium, Sponsored by the Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management, University of San Francisco, October 23.

    5. 2004 “Flight plans for development: aviation investments and outputs in nine metropolitan regions, 1990 to 2001,” Prepared for the City Futures Conference, University of Illinois—Chicago, Chicago, IL, July 8-10.

    6. 2002 “Public and Private Built Investments in Metropolitan Development: Comparing Lead-Lag Relationships in Nine Regions, 1990-2001,” 44th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Baltimore, Maryland. November 21-24.

    7. 2002 “When Superman Used X-Ray Vision, Did He Have a Search Warrant? Advanced Technologies, Law Enforcement, and the Transformation of Urban Space,” 32nd Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association. Boston, MA. March 20-23.

    8. 2001 “Built Investments and Planning Environments in the New Economy: Exploring Regional Differences, 1990-2000,” 43rd Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Cleveland, Ohio. November 8-11.

    9. 2000 “The New World of Law Enforcement Technologies: Impacts on Urban Spaces” 30th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. Los Angeles, CA. May.

    10. 1999 “Planning for Inner City Retail Development.” 41st Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Chicago, Illinois. October 24.

    11. 1999 (and R. Warren). “The Intrametropolitan Distribution of Computer Services in US Metropolitan Economies.” 29th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. Louisville, KY. April 15-17.

    12. 1998 “Information Technologies and Community Development Organizations: Comparing Promise and Performance.” 27th Annual Conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Seattle, WA. November 5-7

    13. 1998 “Public Rights-of-Way, Public Management, and the New Urban Telecommunications Infrastructure.” 28th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. Fort Worth, TX. March.

    14. 1997 (and R. Warren and J. Rubleske). “The Changing Structure of Urban Information Economies: Comparing the Distribution of Computer Services Employment Among US Metropolitan Areas.” 27th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. Toronto, Canada. April-16-19.

    15. 1996 (and R. Warren). “The Future of the Future in Planning Theory: Appropriating Cyberpunk Visions of the City.” Joint International Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and the Association of European Schools of Planning. Toronto, Ontario. July 25-28.

    16. 1996 (and R. Warren, S. Warren, and C. Warren). “Cyberpunk Visions of the City.” 26th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. New York City. March 13-16.

    17. 1996 (and R. Warren). “Metropolitan Areas and the Infocom Infrastructure: Who’s Building and Maintaining the Information Highway?” 26th Annual Meeting Urban Affairs Association. New York City. March 13-16.

    18. 1995 (and W. Montgomery). “Privatization, the Planning Process, and Equity: A Case Study of Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure in Indianapolis.” 37th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Detroit, Michigan. October 19-22.

    19. 1995 (and M. S. Rosentraub). ";Sports Wars: Suburbs and Center Cities in a Zero Sum Game."; 56th National Conference of the American Society for Public Administration. San Antonio, Texas. July 22-26,.

    20. 1995 (and C. Schoedel). ";Agents of the Urban Built Environment: A Comparative Analysis of Capital Spending by City Governments and Special Districts."; 25th Annual Meeting. Urban Affairs Association. Portland, Oregon. May 4-6.

    21. 1994 ";Analyzing the Policy Environment for Urban Infrastructure Planning and Development."; 36th Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. Tempe, Arizona. November 3-6.

    22. 1994 (and M. S. Rosentraub). ";Promoting the Shared Destiny of Central Cities and Suburbs: An Analysis of Approaches to Cooperation in Selected North American and European Metropolitan Areas."; International conference on ";Shaping the Urban Future."; School for Advanced Urban Studies, University of Bristol. Bristol, England. July 11-13.

    23. 1994 (and D. Klacik and C. Schoedel). ";Landing the Big One: Interurban Competition for Private Airline Infrastructure in Denver, Fort Worth, Indianapolis, Louisville, and Oklahoma City."; 24th Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. New Orleans, Louisiana. March 2-5.

    24. 1993 ";Four Arguments for the Elimination of Local Tax Abatements."; 23rd Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. Indianapolis, Indiana. April 21-2.

    25. 1993 (and J.J. Glass and V. S. DeSantis.) ";Town Hall Planning Initiatives in Fort Worth, 1963 to 1993."; 23rd Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. Indianapolis, Indiana. April 21-24.

    26. 1992 ";The Impact of Capital Technologies on Municipal Crime Rates: The Case of Mobile Digital Computers in Police Cars."; 22nd Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. Cleveland, Ohio. April 29-May 2.

    27. 1991 ";The Price of Public/Private Infrastructure Deals in Municipal Government: Estimating the Costs of Approval, Momentum, Incentive, and Operations Spending."; 21st Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association. Vancouver, British Columbia. April 17-20.

    28. 1991 (and Robert L. Bland). ";A Pooled Time Series Analysis of the Effects of Capital Spending in 48 Large U.S. Cities."; 52nd Annual Meeting, American Society for Public Administration. Washington, D.C. March 24-27.

    29. 1990 “Public Investment in the Built Environment: Economic and Social Overhead Capital Investments in Fort Worth, Texas, 1969-1988."; 32nd Annual Meeting, Western Social Science Association. April 26-28,. Portland, Oregon.

    30. 1990 ";A Local History of Public Capital and Economic Growth: Lessons for the 1990s."; 51st National Conference, American Society for Public Administration. April 7-11,. Los Angeles, California.

    1. 1990 ";Formal and Informal Policymaking in the Provision of Infrastructure Capital by City Governments."; 68th Annual Meeting, Southwestern Social Science Association. March 28-31,. Fort Worth, Texas.

    PRESENTATIONS AND SPEECHES

    1. “Measuring alcohol-drug court outcomes,” presentation to the Indiana Judicial Center in-service training for alcohol-drug court judges and administrators, Indianapolis, February 27, 2008.

    2. “Indiana traffic safety overview of alcohol-related crashes, 2006,” presentation to the ICJI Fatal Accident Crash Teams and County Law Enforcement groups,” Indianapolis, July 27, 2007.

    3. “Indiana traffic safety overview, 2006,” presentation to the ICJI Law Enforcement traffic safety subgrantee group,” Columbus, IN, July 20, 2007.

    4. “Indiana traffic safety overview, 2006,” presentation to the Indiana Big City/Big County Law Enforcement group,” Indianapolis, July 13, 2007.

    5. “Indiana traffic safety overview, 2006,” presentation to the Indiana Governor’s Council on Impaired and Dangerous Driving,” Indianapolis, June 8, 2007.

    6. “Intelligence, warning, and counter-terrorism,” facilitator, Indiana Homeland Security Forum on Information Sharing, Indiana Counter-Terrorism and Security Council (C-TASC). Indianapolis, February 20, 2003.

    7. “Affordable Housing: Creating Sustainable and Inclusive Communities,” panel moderator, conference on Livable Communities, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and LISC. Cincinnati, November 7, 2002.

    8. “Property Tax Reassessment: A Guide to the Issues,” Seymour City Hall, Seymour, Indiana, Indiana Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, October 29, 2001.

    9. “Central Indiana’s Future: Understanding the Region and Identifying Choices.” Terre Haute, convened by the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, February 26, 2001.

    10. “Central Indiana’s Future: Understanding the Region and Identifying Choices.” Bloomington Convention Center, convened by the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, February 2, 2001.

    11. “Central Indiana’s Future: Understanding the Region and Identifying Choices.” Regional meeting convened by the Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, November 10, 2000.

    12. “Cluster Development in Central Indiana.” A presentation to the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership. Indianapolis, IN. December 6, 1999.

    13. “Retail Development in the Indianapolis Inner City.” A presentation to the Indianapolis Inner City Conference. Indianapolis, IN. October 6, 1999.

    14. “Defining, Managing, and Pricing Public Rights-of-Way.” A presentation to the Midwestern Regional Planning Conference -- Ohio-Indiana-Kentucky. Annual Meeting. Indianapolis, IN. September 24. 1998.

    15. “The Use of Planning in Hancock County.” A presentation to the Hancock County (Indiana) County Commissioners, Greenfield, Indiana. December 1, 1997.

    16. “The Future of Utility Management.” A panel discussion organized by the Water Environment Federation, Washington, D.C. December 9, 1996.

    17. “Privatization and Water Utilities.” A panel discussion organized by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission, “Privatization of Water Companies: Pro and Con.” Indianapolis, Indiana. February 23, 1996.

    18. ";Models of Metropolitan Cooperation and the Central Indiana Metropolitan Region."; First Annual Metropolitan Association of Greater Indianapolis Communities (MAGIC) Regional Summit. Indianapolis, Indiana. October 25, 1994.

    19. ";Cooperation in Regional Planning and Local Economic Development: Indianapolis."; American Planning Association Regional Conference, ";Toward Livable Communities."; Cincinnati, Ohio. September 13, 1994.

    1. ";Local Government Regulation of CATV Franchises."; Indiana Association of Towns and Cities. Evansville, Indiana. September 22, 1993.

    2. ";The Impact of Tax Abatements, Informal Development Policies, and Public Infrastructure Provision on the Costs of Public/Private Partnerships."; The University of Michigan Frances Wilson Thompson Critical Issues Forum, ";On Creative Responses to Economic Development in Industrial Communities."; Flint, Michigan, May 4-6, 1993.

    3. ";Local Economic Development Incentives: Objectives, Tools, and the Dangers of Tax Abatements."; William Cole Workshop on Effective Local Government Management, sponsored by the Texas Foundation for the Improvement of Local Government, San Antonio, Texas, April 8, 1992.

    RECENT UNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

    Current service responsibilities

    1. Chair, SPEA-IUB/IUPUI University-wide Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2008-09

    2. Director, Center for Criminal Justice Research, August 2003 to present.

    3. Member, SPEA-IUPUI Faculty Evaluation Committee, 2004 to present.

    4. Member, SPEA-IUPUI Budgetary Affairs Committee, September 2007 to present.

    5. Member, SPEA CJ faculty group

    Previous service responsibilities:

    1. Member, SPEA Policy Committee, 2004 to August 2006.

    2. Chair, SPEA-IUPUI Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2004 to August 2006.

    3. Chair, SPEA Budgetary Affairs Committee, IUPUI, September 2004 to November 2005.

    4. Secretary, SPEA-IUPUI faculty meetings, 2004-05.

    5. IUPUI Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2004 to August 2005.

    6. Member, SPEA Dean’s Research Advisory Cabinet, 2003-August 2006.

    7. Member, IUPUI Budgetary Affairs Committee, Fall 1998 to June 2004.

    8. Member, IUPUI Board of Review, Spring 1999 to June 2004.

    9. Member, MPA curriculum review committee, Indianapolis, Fall 1995 to June 2004.

    10. SPEA-IUPUI Director of Graduate Programs in Planning and Public Affairs, July 2001 to July 2003.

    11. Associate director, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, Fall 1995 to August 2003.

    12. Member, IUPUI Graduate Advisory Committee, July 2001 to August 2003.

    13. Member, IUPUI Block Grant Fellowship subcommittee, July 2001 to August 2003

    14. Member, SPEA policy committee, systemwide, Fall 1999 to Fall 2000.

    15. Member, search committee, criminal justice tenure track, Indianapolis, Fall 1998.

    16. SPEA-IUPUI Budget Advisory Committee, Spring 1998 to Fall 2000.

    17. Faculty governance leader, SPEA-IUPUI faculty, Spring 1997 to August 1999.

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

    1. Program chair, “Crime and technology,” 2006 Annual Conference of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, Maryland, March 15, 2006.

    John R. Ottensmann

    Email: jottensm@iupui.edu

    School of Public and Environmental Affairs

    Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    801 West Michigan Street

    Indianapolis, IN 46202

    Telephone: (317) 274-7371

    FAX: (317) 274-7860

    Center for Urban Policy and the Environment

    Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    342 North Senate Avenue

    Indianapolis, IN 46204

    Telephone: (317) 261-3000

    FAX: (317) 261-3050

    EDUCATION:

    California Institute of Technology, 1965-1967

    Major in Engineering (Applied Physics)

    University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1968-1970

    B.A. in American Institutions (Urban Studies) with honors

    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1970-1974

    Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning.

    ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:

    Assistant Professor, University of California, Irvine, Program in Social Ecology, 1974-1978

    Professor and Director, Urban Policy and Planning, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    Assistant Professor, 1978-1981

    Associate Professor, 1981-1997

    Professor, 1997-present

    Adjunct Associate Professor of Geography, 1982-1997

    Adjunct Professor of Geography, 1997-present

    Director, Graduate Program in Planning, 1990-2001

    Chair, Urban, Regional Analysis and Planning Faculty, 1990-1995, 1999-2000

    Director, Graduate Programs in Public Affairs, 1996-2001

    Interim Director, Graduate Program in Health Administration, 1997-1998

    Associate Director, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment, 1999-2005

    Director, Urban Policy and Planning, Center for Urban Policy and the Environment,

    2005-present

    OTHER EMPLOYMENT:

    VISTA Volunteer, assigned to the Community Action Agency, Baltimore, Maryland, 1967-1968

    U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Housing Programs Management Division, Washington, D.C. Intern, 1970

    PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANTSHIPS:

    Region J Council of Governments, Research Triangle, North Carolina, 1974

    University of Louisville, 1979

    D. E. McGillem & Associates, Indianapolis, 1980

    School of Urban Planning and Policy, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1983

    Urban Forestry/Global Releaf, Franklin, Indiana, 1989

    R. W. Armstrong, Indianapolis, 1994-1995

    Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library and POLIS Center, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1995-1996

    Beam, Longest, and Neff, 1996

    United States Environmental Protection Agency, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2007

    Christopher B. Burke Engineering, 1998-1999

    Prosser, Hallock, Jacksonville, Florida, 1999

    Rutgers University, 2000-2001

    Smart Growth America, 2000-2002

    Aerofinity, Incorporated, Indianapolis, 2002-2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

    PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

    American Institute of Certified Planners

    American Planning Association

    Indiana Planning Association

    Regional Science Association

    HONORS:

    Member, Phi Beta Kappa, 1970

    Morehead Fellow, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1970-1974

    Awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship, 1970

    Awarded National Science Foundation Dissertation Grant GS-36875 for research on ";The Changing Spatial Structure of an American City: Milwaukee, 1927-1963,"; 1973

    SPEA IUPUI Outstanding Faculty Award (Graduate), 1982

    BASIC Microcomputer Programs for Urban Analysis and Planning selected by Choice as one of the ";Outstanding Academic Books of 1985-1986";

    Award for Best Paper at Annual Meeting, Urban Affairs Association, 1993 for the paper ";Evaluating Equity in Service Delivery for Public Library Branches by Assessing Service Levels, Distance, and Accessibility";

    Indiana Planning Association, Earl Franke Award for Contributions to Planning, 2001

    Indiana Land Use Consortium, Models of Success Award for Land Use in Central Indiana Model, 2003

    SPEA IUPUI Excellence in Graduate Teaching by Full-time Faculty; Outstanding Faculty Graduate Teaching Award, 2007

    TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS:

    University of California, Irvine, 1974-1978:

    Introduction to Planning and Public Policy

    Research Design

    Methods of Systematic Planning

    Land Use and Public Policy

    Housing and Public Policy

    Undergraduate Field Study

    Seminar in Urban Planning

    The Spatial Structure of American Social Problems

    Indiana University, 1978-present:

    Introduction to Public Affairs

    Environment: Problems and Prospects

    Urban Structure and Policy

    Computer Applications in Public Affairs

    Statistical Techniques

    Statistics Laboratory

    Urban Development and Planning

    Mapping for Crime and Public Safety Analysis

    Metropolitan Development

    Professional Development Practicum: Information Technology

    Statistical Analysis for Effective Decision Making

    Public Management Information Systems

    Microcomputer Applications in Public Management

    The Planning Process

    Urban and Regional Science

    Land Use Planning

    Foundations of Planning

    Social and Economic Aspects of Human Settlement

    Analytical Methods for Planning and Policy Analysis

    Geographic Information Systems for Planning

    Planning Applications of Geographic Information Systems



  • Скачать документ

    Похожие документы:

    1. International Society for Environmental Ethics

      Документ
      ... conser­vation andenvironmentalaffairs. Job listings and advice on launching a conservation career. Published by the Student ... socialjusticeandenvironmental goals. The anthology results from a workshop sponsored by the India Institute ofPublic ...
    2. Cyclopedia of economics 3rd edition

      Документ
      ... all lead to equally desirableresults. On the other hand, ... social (or public) goods carry social costs and bring on negative externalities (such as environmental ... affairs (and in criminalaffairs) of its military, police, and bloated bureaucracy, and ...
    3. School of business administration turiba faculty of public relations accreditation papers professional master’s study programme

      Документ
      ... Ethics andSocial Responsibility Organisation of Research Work Organising Public Relations Campaigns 3.2. Analyse resultsof personnel surveyon ...
    4. Bibliography for peace and stability operations and counterinsurgency

      Документ
      ... : Srebrenica, International Court ofJustice, Convention on the Safetyof United Nations and Associated Personnel * Background ... and diplomacy demand more immediate results than what are achievable given the nature ofsocial ...
    5. Table of contents title 48 public healthgeneral

      Документ
      ... on the licensed premises: 1. the most recent annual surveystatementof deficiencies; and 2. any complaint surveystatementof ... abuse programs and activities with publicand private school systems and with the CriminalJustice system. k. OFS ...

    Другие похожие документы..