Dr. Ajay Agarwal
Associate Professor, MCIP, RPP
Admissions, School of Urban and Regional Planning
Department of Geography and Planning
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room E322
Ajay Agarwal teaches Physical Planning, Community Design, Healthy Communities, and Employment Analysis at Queen’s University. Ajay earned his Ph.D. from University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles where he also taught Urban and Regional Economics, and The Urban Context of Planning. Ajay was born and raised in India where he practiced as a consulting architect for several years before commencing his graduate studies in the United States.
- B.Arch. (Lucknow University, India)
- M.Tech. (CEPT University, India)
- M.Pl., Ph.D. (USC, Los Angeles)
- MCIP, RPP
Ajay's research interests are in exploring the determinants of Urban spatial structure, and examining the emerging travel behaviour of Generation Y. Presently, he is investigating mobility patterns of Generation Y using household travel survey data from the Greater Toronto Area.