co-director, Master of Real Estate Development
Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning
Professor, School Of Architecture
Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts
"Strategic Design and Policy for Improving the Livability and Multi-modal Use of U.S. Urban Arterials and Commercial Highways", Co-PI. 2012-13.
PI: Michael Larice.
Co-PI(s): Brenda Scheer.
National Institute of Transportation in Communities,
08/01/2012 - 08/01/2013.
Total project budget to date: $39,000.00
- The Utah Model - Brookings Institution.
PI: Brenda Scheer.
10/01/2010 - 12/31/2011.
- History in the Plan:why preserving the historic city pattern is key to building preservation and urban character.
Conference Paper, Refereed,
- Disruptions and Origins. Toward a Theory of the Urban Matrix. Presented at the International Seminar on Urban Form. Porto, Portugal. 2014.
- "Combining Practice and Teaching" Associated Collegiate Schools of Architecture Administrators Conference, Austin, TX.
- "The Suburban Arterial: A study of types," presentation to the International Seminar on Urban Form, Delft, Netherlands.
Geographical Regions of Interest
- The Epistemology of Urban Morphology, Urban Morphology, 2016.
In press, 02/01/2016.
- "A Classification and Analysis of Urban and Suburban Arterial Development: Toward an Understanding of the Strip," Proceedings of the International Seminar on Urban Form, Delft, 2013.
- "Strip Development and How to Read It", in Emily Talen (ed.) Fixing Sprawl. Routledge, 2015.
- Brenda C. Scheer. 2015. "Performing the Urban: Form-based codes as a method of architectural critique", in Preiser, W.F.E., Davis, Aaron T. , Salama, Ashraf and Hardy, Andrea, eds. Architecture: Beyond Criticism. London and New York: Routledge. pp. 217-223.
- A list of Brenda Scheer's recent publications can be found at http://publicationlist.org/scheer.
- "Metropolitan Form and Landscape Urbanism", in Tridib Banerjee and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, eds. Companion to Urban Design. London: Routledge. pp 611-18.
- The Evolution of Urban Form: Typology for Planners and Architects. Chicago: APA Planners Press.