KEITH BARTHOLOMEW

Curriculum Vitae Biosketch

Keith and his hat
  • Associate Dean, College of Architecture + Planning, University of Utah
  • Acting Dean College of Architecture + Planning, Coll Of Architect & Plan-Dean, University of Utah
  • Acting Dean, College of Architecture + Planning, University of Utah
  • Associate Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning, University of Utah
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family & Consumer Studies, Family And Consumer Studies, University of Utah

Biography

Education

  • Diploma 1978, Music, Interlochen Arts Academy
  • Bachelor of Music 1983, Percussion Performance, Northern Illinois University
  • Certificate in Environmental Law 1987, Law, University of Oregon
  • Certificate in Ocean & Coastal Law 1987, Law, University of Oregon
  • Juris Doctor 1987, Law, University of Oregon

Honors & Awards

  • Professor of the Year. College of Architecture + Planning, 2010
  • Service-Learning Class of the Year. University of Utah, 04/01/2008
  • University Professorship. University of Utah, 04/01/2006
  • Honors Innovative Teaching Grant. Univeristy of Utah, 04/01/2005

Biography

Keith Bartholomew is an associate professor in the University of Utah’s Department of City & Metropolitan Planning and is the associate dean of the College of Architecture + Planning.  An environmental lawyer, Professor Bartholomew received a Juris Doctor and a Graduate Certificate in Environmental Law from the University of Oregon.  He clerked for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, then served as a staff attorney for 1000 Friends of Oregon, a growth management and land use planning advocacy organization in Portland.  While at 1000 Friends, Professor Bartholomew was the director of “Making the Land Use, Transportation, Air Quality Connection” (LUTRAQ), a nationally recognized research program examining the interactive effects of land use development and travel patterns.  After coming to Utah, Professor Bartholomew was the associate director of the Wallace Stegner Center for Land, Resources and the Environment at the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law.  

Professor Bartholomew became an assistant professor in the University of Utah’s College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and then transferred in 2004 to the Department of City and Metropolitan Planning in the College of Architecture + Planning.  In 2010, Professor Bartholomew received tenure, and was promoted to associate professor.   

Professor Bartholomew’s primary research area is the development and application of integrated land use-transportation scenario analysis as the basis for community visioning, long-range transportation planning, and transportation project analysis.  With funding provided by the Federal Highway Administration, Professor Bartholomew has studied scenario planning projects in more than 100 U.S. metropolitan areas and the results from this research have been presented in peer-reviewed transportation and urban planning journals, in widely distributed books (including ULI’s Growing Cooler), at conferences for academics, professionals, and policy activists, and through a unique digital library of scenario planning source materials. A recent offshoot of this research has focused on the use of scenario analysis as the basis for the development of climate action plans, particularly in states that now require such plans, such as California and Oregon. 

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Affiliations

  • WTS, member, 07/2012 - present
  • American Planning Association (APA), Member, 01/2000 - present
  • Oregon Bar Association (OBA), Member, 09/1987 - present

Languages

  • Italian, basic.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Photography

 

2008          Best of Show, Amateur Division, Utah State Fair.

2008          Second Place(2), Utah State Fair: Architecture and Unclassified, Amateur Division.

2007          First Place & Honorable Mention, Utah State Fair: Human Subject and Unclassified, Amateur Division.

2006          Third Place & Honorable Mention, Utah State Fair: Architectural Photography, Amateur Division.

2005          First & Second Place, Utah State Fair: Architectural Photography, Amateur Division.

2005          Cover photos, Hiking Guide to the Geology of the Wasatch Mountains: Mill Creek and Neffs Canyons, Mount Olympus, Big and Little Cottonwood and Bells Canyons by William T. Parry.  Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

2004          Second Place, Utah State Fair: Architectural Photography, Amateur Division.

2004          Cover photo, Persuasions of Fall by A. Lauinger.  Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

2003          First Place, Utah State Fair:  Architectural Photography, Amateur Division.

2003          Cover photo, Gravity: The Allure of Distance by W.S. Olsen.  Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

2003          Cover photo, Surveying the Literary Landscapes of Terry Tempest Williams:  New Critical Essays by K. Chandler and M. Goldthwaite (eds.).  Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press.

2002          Second Place, Utah State Fair:  Architectural Photography, Amateur Division.