School of

Urban and Regional Planning

SCHOOL OF

Urban and Regional Planning

 

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Adjuncts and Visiting Scholars

Sukriti Agarwal B.Arch. (Punjab), MPL (U. Southern California), RPP, MCIP, AICP
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information

Telephone: N/A

Emailagarwals@queensu.ca

 

Sukriti Agarwal is a Senior Planner at the City of Kingston. She was previously an environmental planner for the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority and an urban planner/designer for a Los Angeles consulting firm. 

 

Sukriti teaches GIS in Planning and Land Development and Planning Using CAD Software.

 

Marni Cappe, B.A. (Smith), M.Sc.Pl.(Toronto) RPP, FCIP
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information

Office: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 529
Telephone: N/A
Emailcappem@queensu.ca

Marni Cappe is a professional planner and urban policy analyst. Her recent research has addressed urban governance, municipal immigration strategies, sustainable community planning, housing and homelessness, benchmarking cities, and community engagement strategies.  Marni has been a Senior Policy Advisor for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and managed both housing and land use policy for the Region of Ottawa Carleton, where she shared several professional planning awards. Marni served as President of the Canadian Institute of Planners from 2009-2011. She is a Director of the Canadian Urban Institute, and is a member of the Steering Committee for the Centre for City Ecology. In 2012, she was named a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Planners..

Marni was educated in economics and planning at Smith College and the University of Toronto. She recently moved to downtown Toronto, after several years in London (UK) and downtown Ottawa.

 

Carl Bray, BLA (Guelph), MAUD (Oxford Brookes), PhD (London) OALA CSLA CAHP RPP MCIP
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information

Office: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 529
Telephone: N/A
Emailcarl@brayheritage.com
Websitewww.brayheritage.com

Bray Heritage (Carl Bray & Associates Ltd.) is a heritage consulting firm specializing in the assessment, planning and development of cultural heritage resources. Carl Bray, Principal, is a heritage planner and landscape architect with graduate degrees in urban design and cultural geography. He has over 30 years of professional experience in both the public and private sectors and has successfully completed projects across Canada and in the United States, the Caribbean and Great Britain.

Dr. Bray teaches courses in heritage planning and community design.

 

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Sue Cumming BAA (Ryerson) RPP MCIP
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information

Office: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 529
Telephone: (613) 533-2188
Emailsusan.cumming@queensu.ca
LinkedIn: ca.linkedin.com/pub/sue-cumming/b/681/380
Twitter: @CummingSue

Sue Cumming is a professional planner and dynamic facilitator with over 25 years experience as a consultant designing and carrying out consultation programs directly related to building liveable communities, growth management, transportation planning and infrastructure undertakings. She is the Principal of Cumming and Company and a leading expert in Ontario known for her skills in constructive public engagement. Sue recently served as President of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute. She serves on the Board of the Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition and has been Ontario's representative on the National Council of the Canadian Institute of Planners.

Sue teaches courses on public participation techniques, planning ethics and healthy communities.

 

Patricia Streich, B.Sc.(London), M.S.(Wisconsin), Ph.D. (Queen's)
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information

Office: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 529
Telephone: N/A
Emailpatricia.streich@queensu.ca

Dr. Streich is a specialist in housing, urban studies, public policy and evaluation. She obtained her degrees in geography at London University (England) and her Master's at the University of Wisconsin before completing a doctorate at Queen's University (Kingston). Her work experience includes planning at the municipal and provincial levels, and evaluating housing policies and programs with Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation. Recent projects include work on Canada's Affordable Housing Initiative, family violence, and housing finance policies.

Dr. Streich teaches courses in housing policy, affordable housing and program evaluation.

 

Preston Schiller, Ph.D. (Washington University, St. Louis, Sociology)
Term Adjunct Instructor

Contact Information
Office: Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 529
Email: preston.schiller@queensu.ca 
 

Preston Schiller has worked on Washington State and U.S. Clean Air and Transportation Acts with environmental coalitions and has served on numerous state and regional transportation planning and policy committees and task forces. He has also advised transit agencies in the U.S. and Canada about how to improve their service and planning orientations. He is the principal author of Introduction to Sustainable Transportation: Policy, Planning and Implementation (2010) with co-authors Eric Bruun and Jeffrey Kenworthy.For more information, visit here.

Dr. Schiller teaches courses on sustainable transportation and transit planning.

 

Clarke Wilson MPL (Queen’s), Ph.D. (Cambridge) 
Visiting Scholar

Dr. Clarke Wilson conducts research to measure similarities between daily activity patterns of disabled and non-disabled Canadians and has taught population projections. He was previously with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.