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JACK L. NASAR (FAICP, Ph.D.), Professor City & Regional Planning, Graduate Faculty Landscape Architecture Editor, Journal of Planning Literature Phone: (614) 292-1457 (office); e-mail: [email protected] Web: http://facweb.knowlton.ohio-state.edu/jnasar/crpinfo/index.htm EDUCATION

1979 1973 1972 1969

Ph. D. Man-Environment Relations, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA. Masters Urban Planning, New York University, New York, NY. Certificate Planning, University of Manchester, Manchester, England. Bachelors Architecture, Washington University, St. Louis, MO.

HONORS, AWARDS, SPECIAL RECOGNITIONS

2006 2006 2005 2000 1994 1993

Career Achievement Award from the Environmental Design Research Association (edra) Elected Fellow American Institute of Certified Planners (FACIP) Distinguished Alumni Award, Washington University School of Architecture The Evaluative Image of the City cited in EDRA/Places Award. Places Magazine, 13, 33. Elected Fellow Div. 10 (Psychology & the Arts) American Psychological Association. Design studio project on Design Review received Ohio Planning Chapter Best Student Paper Award Elected Fellow Div. 34 (Population & Environment) American Psychological Association Planning Practitioner wins National Planning Practice award applying the method developed in JAPA evaluative image article

1992 1990

1988-89 Ethel Chattel Visiting Scholar, University of Sydney 1983 College Award for Excellence in Research, College of Engineering, The Ohio State University Lilly Endowment Post-Doctoral Fellowship Research Associate Westinghouse National Issues Center Research support, Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University

1979 1976 1976

EMPLOYMENT

1990-Present Professor City & Regional Planning, The Ohio State University, Columbus 1988-1989 1980-1984 Ethel Chattel Fellow The University of Sydney, N.S.W. Australia Assistant to Associate Professor City & Regional Planning, The Ohio State University, Columbus Consultant Human Factors Programming, Digital Equipment Corporation Assistant Professor Architecture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville Consultant Programmer/POE, Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, N.Y. Instructor Architecture, Pennsylvania State University, University Park Graduate Assistant, Man Environment Relations, Pennsylvania State University, University Park Assistant Planner, Yonkers Department of Development, Yonkers Planning Consultant, City of Orange, N.J., DIL Planners, Shelter Programs Inc, NY. Draftsman, Lev Zetlin Conklin & Rossant, N.Y.

1983 1977-1980 1977 1976-1977 1973-1976

1972-1973 1970-1972 1967

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Urban design/physical planning, environmental aesthetics, meanings, and cognition, fear of crime and crime in relation to the physical environment, design review, facility programming and evaluation, application of social science methods to urban design policy

PUBLICATIONS

Books Nasar, J. L. (Forthcoming, 2007). Visual Quality by Design. American Society of Interior Designer, Washington, DC Nasar, J. L. & Cowley, J. E. (Eds.). (2007). Universal Design and Visitability: From Accessibility to Zoning. Columbus, OH: The John Glenn School of Public Affairs. Nasar, J. L. & Preiser, W. (Eds.) (2007). Designing for Designers: Lessons Learned from Schools of Architecture.. New York: Fairchild Press.

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Nasar, J. L. (1999). Design by Competition: Making Design Competition Work. New York: Cambridge University Press. Released in paperback (2006). Nasar, J. L. (1998). The Evaluative Image of the City. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Released in paperback 1999. Nasar, J. L. & Preiser, W. (Eds.) (1999). Directions in Person Environment Research and Practice. Aldershot, England: Avery. Nasar, J. L. (Ed.) (1988) Environmental Aesthetics: Theory, Research and Applications. New York: Cambridge University Press. Released as well in paperback. Refereed Papers Nasar, J. L. (forthcoming, 2007). Assessing perceptions of environments for active living. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Nasar, J. L., Hecht, P., and Wener, R. (forthcoming, 2007). Mobile telephones, distracted attention, and pedestrian safety. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 39. Nasar, J. L., and Evans-Cowley, J. (2007). McMansions: The extent and regulations of supersized homes. Journal of Urban Design, 12, 339-358. Nasar, J. L., & Cubukcu, E. (2006). Preference and interest for environmental surprise. In J. A. Corralizo, J. Berenguer , & R. Martin (Eds.), Medio Ambiente, Bienestar Humano y Responsabilidad Ecologica, IX Congreso De Psicologia Ambiental (pp. 315-320). Madrid, Spain. Cubukcu, E., Cubukcu, K.M., Nasar, J. L. (2006). Spatial Knowledge and the Computer Game Playing Habit, Yapi, 293, 85-87. Nasar, J. L. & Cubukcu, E. (2005). Influence of physical characteristics of routes on distance cognition in virtual environments. Environment and Planning B., 32, 777-785. Nasar, J. L., Stamps, A.E., & Hanyu, K. (2005). Form and function in public buildings. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 25, 159-165. Cubukcu, E. & Nasar, J. L. (2005). Relation of physical form to spatial knowledge in large-scale virtual environments. Environment and Behavior, 37, 3, 397-417. Stamps, A. E., Nasar, J. L., & Hanyu, K. (2005). Planner's Notebook: Using Pre-construction Validation to Regulate Urban Skylines. Journal of the American Planning Association, 71, 7391. Evans-Cowley, J. & Nasar, J. L. (2004). Amarilllo yard art: Resident responses to yard signs and their regulations. Journal of American Planning Association, 79, 67-80.

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Nasar, J. L. & Li, M. (2004). Landscape mirror: The attractiveness of reflecting water. Landscape and Urban Planning, 66, 232-238. Evans-Cowley, J & Nasar, J. L. (2003). Yard art: Signs as yard in Amarillo Texas. Geographical Review, 93, 97-113. Nasar, J. L. & Lin, Y, (2003). Evaluative responses to five kinds of water features. Landscape Research, 28,441-450. Cackowski, J. M. and Nasar, J. L. (2003). Restorative effects of roadside vegetation: Implications for automobile driver anger and frustration. Environment and Behavior, 35, 736-751. Nasar, J. L. (2003). Does neo-traditional development build community? Journal of Planning Education and Research, 23, 58-68. Nasar, J. L. (2003). Prompting drivers to stop for crossing pedestrians. Transportation Research F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, 6, 175-182. Nasar, J. (2002). What design for a presidential library? Complexity, typicality, order and historical significance. Empirical Studies of the Arts, 20, 83-99. Nasar, J. L. & Devlin, A. (2000). Regional variation in preferences for vernacular housing. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30, 41-66. Heft, H., & Nasar, J. (2000). Evaluating environmental scenes using dynamic versus static displays. Environment and Behavior, 3, 301-323. Nasar, J. L. (2000). What design for a presidential library? (pp. 40-45) In A. E. Stamps III (ed.), EDRA 31/2000 Building Bridges: Connecting People, Research and Design. Nasar, J. L. & Grannis, P. (1999). Design review reviewed: Administrative versus discretionary methods. Journal of the American Planning Association, 65, 424-433. Nasar, J. L. & Hong, X. (1999). Visual preferences in urban signscapes. Environment and Behavior, 31, 671-691. Nasar, J. L. & Kang, J-M. (1999). House style preference and meaning across taste cultures. Landscape and urban Planning, 44, 33-42. Stamps, A. E. III & Nasar, J. L. (1997). Design review and public preferences: Effects of geographical location, public consensus, sensation seeking and architectural styles. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 17, 11-32.

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Nasar, J. L. (1997). Neo-traditional development, auto-dependency and sense of community. In M. Amiel, R. Bertrand, & J. Vischer (eds.) EDRA28: Space design and management for place making (pp. 39-43). Proceedings of the 28th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Edmond: OK. Nasar, J. L. & Jones, K. (1997) Landscapes of fear and stress. Environment and Behavior, 29, 291323. Nasar, J. L. & Julian, D. (1995). The psychological sense of community in the neighborhood. Journal of the American Planning Association, 61,178-184. Fisher, B. & Nasar, J. L. (1995). Fear spots in relation to micro-level physical cues: Group similarities and differences. Journal of Criminology and Delinquency Research, 32, 214-239. Nasar, J. L. (1995). Banking on design: Crime and proximate features of a design competition building. In A. Seidel (ed.) Banking on Design, refereed proceedings of EDRA 25, 147-155. EDRA: Oklahoma City, OK. Nasar, J. L. (1994). Urban Design Aesthetics: The evaluative qualities of building exteriors. Environment and Behavior, 26, 377-401. Nasar, J. L., Pawley, J., & Zoller, L. (1994). Preferences for citation and non-citation architecture over time. In R. Feldman & D. Saile (Eds.) Power by Design. EDRA 24, 46-50, Refereed proceedings. Nasar, J. L. & Fisher, B. (1993). "Hot Spots" of fear of crime: A multiple-method investigation. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 13, 187-206. Nasar, J. L., Fisher, B. & Grannis, M. (1993). Proximate Cues to Fear of Crime. Landscape and Urban Planning, 26. 161-178. Nasar, J. L. & Fisher, B. (1993). Hot spots of fear of crime at the micro- and macro-level. In M. Gross & E. Arias (Eds.), EDRA 23: Equitable and Sustainable Habitats, refereed proceedings, 187-199, EDRA, Oklahoma City, OK. Fisher, B. & Nasar, J. L. (1992). Student fear of crime and its relation to physical features of the campus. Security and Administration, 15, 65-76. Purcell, A.T. & Nasar, J.L. (1992). Experiencing other people's houses: A model of similarities and differences in environmental experience. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 12, 199-211. Nasar, J.L. (1992). Towards a new empirical aesthetics: Historiometric inquiry. In Bechtel, R. et al (Eds.) Refereed Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association.

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Nasar, J.L. & Fisher, B. (1992). Design for vulnerability: Cues and reactions to fear of crime. Sociology and Social Research, 76, 48-58. Fisher, B. & Nasar, J.L. (1992). Fear of crime in relation to three exterior site features: Prospect, refuge and escape. Environment and Behavior, 24, 35-62. Nasar, J.L. & Johnson, E. (1991). The personality of the profession, Landscape Journal, 9, 102-108. Nasar, J.L. (1990). The evaluative image of the city. Journal of the American Planning Association, 56, 41-53. Nasar, J. L. & Yurdakul, R. (1990). Patterns of behavior in urban public spaces: A case study. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 7, 71-85. Nasar, J.L. & Devlin, K. (1989). Beauty and the beast: Some preliminary comparisons of "Popular" vs. "High" architecture and public vs. architect judgments of same. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 9, 333-344. Nasar, J.L. & Kang, J. (1989). Symbolic meanings of building style in small suburban offices. In G. Hardie et al. (Eds.), Changing Paradigms: Proceedings of EDRA 20 (pp. 165-172). Nasar, J. L. (1989). A post-jury evaluation: The Ohio State University Design Competition for a Center for the Visual Arts. Environment and Behavior, 21, 464-484. Nasar, J.L. (1989). Symbolic meanings of house styles. Environment and Behavior, 21, 235-257. Nasar, J.L. (1988). Architectural symbolism: A study of house-style meanings. In D. Lawrence and B. Wasserman (Eds.) Paths to Co-existence: Proceedings of the EDRA 19 (pp. 63-171). Nasar, J. L. (1987). Physical correlates of perceived quality in lakeshore development. Leisure Science, 9, 259-279. Nasar, J. L. & Kunawong, C. (1987). Architect and lay judgments of architecture: Do they really differ? with Kunawong. In J. Harvey and D. Henning (Eds.) Public Environments: An International Forum on Environmental Design Research: Proceedings of EDRA 18 (pp. 205-210). Nasar, J.L. & de Nivia, C. (1987). A post-occupancy evaluation for the design of a light prefabricated housing system for low income groups in Colombia, Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 4, 199-211. Nasar, J.L. (1987). Effects of signscape complexity and coherence on the perceived visual quality of retail scenes. Journal of the American Planning Association, 53, 499-509. Nasar, J. L. (1987). Environmental correlates of affective appraisals of central business district scenes. Landscape and Urban Planning, 4, 117-130.

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Nasar, J. L. (1986). The shaping of design behavior: Case studies of trade magazines. In J. Wineman, R. Barnes, & C. Zimring (Eds.) The Cost of Not Knowing. Proceedings of EDRA 17 (pp. 77-86). Nasar, J. L & Julian, D. (1985). Effects of labeled meaning on the affective quality of housing scenes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 5, 335-344. Nasar, J.L. (1985). Out of sight, further from mind: Destination visibility and distance perception. Environment and Behavior, 17, 627-639. Nasar, J. L. & Farokhpay, M. (1985). Assessment of activity priorities and design preferences of elderly residents in public housing: A case study. The Gerontologist, 25, 251-257. Nasar, J.L., & Greenburg, M. (1984). The preparedness and reactions of citizens to warnings and crisis relocation for nuclear attack. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 14, 457-500. Nasar, J.L. (1984). Student recall in downtown scenes: a comparison between Japan and the United States. In D. Duerk, & D. Campbell (Eds.), The Challenge of Diversity, Proceedings of Environmental Design Research Association 15 (pp. 122-128). Nasar, J. L. (1984). Visual preferences in urban scenes: A cross-cultural comparison between Japan and the U.S., Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 15, 79-93. Nasar, J. L (1984). Modifiers of perceived spaciousness and crowding among different cultural groups, ERIC Reports, Nov., ED 257 734, 25 pages. Nasar, J. L (1983). Environmental factors, perceived distance and spatial behavior. Environment & Planning B, 10, 275-281. Nasar, J. L, Julian, D., Buchman, S., Humphreys, D., & Mrohaly, M. (1983). The emotional quality of scenes and observation points: A look at prospect and refuge. Landscape Planning, 10, 355-361. Nasar, J.L. (1983). Adult viewer preferences in residential scenes, Environment and Behavior, 15, 589-614. Mann, S., & Nasar, J.L. (1982). The economic utility of health affected by environmental change, Journal of Environmental Management, 15, 301-310. Nasar, J.L., & Arias, E. (1982). Japanese environmental preferences and cognition in relation to the street side environment. In P. Bart et. al. (Eds.) Knowledge for Design. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (pp. 119-127), University Park: EDRA.

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Nasar, J.L. (1981). Visual preferences of elderly public housing residents: Residential street-scenes. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1, 303-314. Nasar, J. L (1981). A model relating visual attributes in the residential environment to fear of crime, Journal of Environmental Systems, 11, 247-255. Nasar, J. L (1981). Environmental factors and commercial burglary, Journal of Environmental Systems, 11, 49-56. Nasar, J. L. (1981). Responses to different spatial configurations, Human Factors, 23, 439-46. Nasar, J. L. (1980). Third generation design methods, Design Methods & Theories, J.D.M.G., 14.2. Nasar, J. L (1980). Influence of familiarity on responses to visual qualities of neighborhoods. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 51, 635-642. Nasar, J. L., Bushrossnagel, N., Campbell, J., & Danish, S. (1980). An interdisciplinary approach to designing environments for young children, Journal of Man-Environment Relations, 1, 1-10. Nasar, J. L (1980). On determining dimensions of environmental perception. In R.R. Stough et. al., (Eds.) Optimizing Environments: Research, Practice and Policy. Proceedings of the 11th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (pp. 245-55), Charleston: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. (1979). Response predictors to visual aspects of the residential environment. Housing and Society. Nasar, J. L. (1979). The evaluative image of the city. In Seidel, A. & S. Danford (Eds.) Environmental Design: Research Theory and Application. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association (pp. 38-45). Buffalo, N.Y.: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. (1978). An operational methodology for assessing and planning human environment systems. Man Environment Systems, 8, 257-64. Wohlwill, J.F., Nasar, J.L. & DeJoy, D. (1976). Behavioral effects of a noisy environment: Task involvement vs. passive exposure. Journal of Applied Psychology, 61, 1, 67-74. Edited Conference Proceedings Nasar, J. L. & B. Brown (eds.) (1996) edra27/1996 Public and Private Places. Edmund, OK: EDRA. Nasar, J. L., P. Grannis, & K. Hanyu (eds.) (1995). Proceedings: 26th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Edmund, OK: EDRA.

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Nasar J. L. (Editor) (1993). Landscape and Urban Planning Special Issue Urban Design Research. Elsevier. Chapters in Books Nasar, J. L. (forthcoming). Meaning Matters for Design: Planning Appearances. In G. T. Moore, D. Lu and R. J. Lamb (Eds.) The Built Environment For The 21st Century: Environment, Behaviour and Society. The Netherlands: Springer. Nasar, J. L., & Evans-Cowley, J. (2007). Preface. In J. L. Nasar, & J. Evans-Cowley (Eds.), Universal Design and Visitability: From Accessibility to Zoning (p. v-vii). Columbus, OH: The John Glenn School of Public Affairs. Nasar, J. L., Preiser, W. F. E., & Fisher, T. (2007). Introduction: The Context of Architectural Education Today. In Nasar et al. (eds.), Designing for Designers. New York: Fairchild. Preiser, W. F. E. and Nasar, J. L. (2007). Assessing Designs of Schools of Architecture. In Nasar et al. (eds.), Designing for Designers. New York: Fairchild. Nasar, J. L., Preiser, W. F. E., and Fisher, T. (2007). Lessons Learned and the Future of Schools of Architecture. In Nasar et al. (eds.), Designing for Designer s. New York: Fairchild. Nasar, J. L. (2007). Austin E. Knowlton Hall at The Ohio State University. In Nasar et al. (eds.), Designing for Designer s. New York: Fairchild. Nasar, J. L. (2001). Images of Cities. in P.B. Baltes and N.J. Smeiser (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Vol. 3, pp. 1821-5), E. Birch (section ed.) Urban Studies and Planning. Elsevier Sciences Ltd. Nasar, J. L. (2000). Journal of Planning Literature: A publication outlet and research tool for environmental design researchers. Invited chapter, EDRA 2000 Environmental Design Research Association Proceedings. Nasar, J. L. (2000) The evaluative image of places. Invited chapter in K. Craik, R. Price & B. Walsh (Eds.) Directions in Person-Environment Psychology, 2nd edition. (pp. 117-168), Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. Submitted to Editors in 1998. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Forward. In P. Rodeman Patterns in Interior Environments: Perception, Psychology, and Practice. John Wiley & Sons. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Perception and evaluation of street scenes. In Nasar, J. L. & Preiser, W. (Eds.). Directions in Person Environment Research and Practice (pp. 253-275). Avery Press. Nasar, J. L. (1997). New developments in aesthetics for urban design. in Moore, G. & Marans, R. (Eds.) Advances in Environment, Behavior, and Design, Vol. 4. New York: Plenum.

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Nasar, J. L., A. G. Keul & B. Martins (1996). Final discussion on architectural psychology. In B. Martins (Ed.) Full-Scale Modeling in the Age of Virtual Reality (pp. Appendix). Proceedings of the 6th European Full-Scale Modeling Association Conference (Appendix). Vienna, Austria, Sept. 4-6, 1996. Nasar, J. L. (1996) Designs by competition: Looking at competition architecture through time. In B. Martins (Ed.) Full-Scale Modeling in the Age of Virtual Reality (pp. 51-58). Proceedings of the 6th European Full-Scale Modeling Association Conference (51-58). Vienna, Austria, Sept. 4-6, 1996. Nasar, J. L., and B. Brown. (Eds.) (1996). Introduction. In edra1996: Public and Private Places (pp. iii-iv). Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1992). Urban design aesthetics: The evaluative quality of building exteriors. In B. Lightner & W. Preiser (Eds.) Design Review: Debating Practice and Issues Refereed Conference Proceedings. Nasar, J. L. (1992). Connotative meanings of house styles. In E. Arias (Ed.). The Meaning and Use of Housing. London: Gower. Nasar, J. L. (1989). Perception, cognition and evaluation of urban places. In I. Altman and E. Zube (Eds.) Human Behavior and Environment: Public places (pp. 31-56). New York: Plenum. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Visual preferences in urban street scenes: A cross-cultural comparison between Japan and the U.S. In J. L. Nasar (Ed.) Environmental Aesthetics: Theory, Research and Applications (pp.260-274). NY: Cambridge University Press. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Dimensions of perception and preference in housing environments. In J. L. Nasar (Ed.) Environmental Aesthetics: Theory, Research and Application (pp. 275-290). New York: Cambridge University Press. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Effects of signscape complexity and coherence on the perceived visual quality of retail scenes. In J. L. Nasar (Ed.) Environmental Aesthetics: Theory Research and Applications (pp.300-320). NY: Cambridge. Nasar, J. L. (1979). The impact of visual aspects of residential environments on hedonic response, interest and fear of crime, Dissertation, Pennsylvania State University. Summers, L., Douglas, T., & Nasar, J. L. (1978.) WESSPAC: Wesley Town Simulation package. In H. Sanoff (Ed.) Designing with Community Participation, New York: McGraw Hill. Mann, S., Douglas, T., & Nasar, J.L. (1976). Gaming approach to willingness-to-pay. A benefit-cost procedure for pesticide use decisions. University Park, P.A.: Pennsylvania State University Center for the Study of Environmental Policy.

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Bazan, E., Nasar, J. L., & Swanson, L. (1974). Planning aspects affecting the food services: Study of planning and spatial issues. In T.F. Powers & J. Swinton (Eds.) The Future of the Food services: A Basis for Planning. Nasar, J.L. et al. (1973). High Density Proposal. In O. Newman (Ed.) Lower East Side. New York: N.Y.U. Urban Design. Reviews and Abstracts Nasar, J. L. (2007). Book review. Inquiry by Design: Environment/Behavior/Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape and Planning. Journal of Environmental Psychology 27, 252­253 Nasar, J. L. and Preiser, W. F. E. (2007). The architecture of schools of architecture. In J. M. Bisell (Ed.) Building Sustainable Communities: edra 38 (p.169-170). Edmund, OK: edra. Nasar, J. with Sancar, F. (2006). Still walkable, still sittable: A pedestrian mall in Denver is a successful civic space. Landscape Architecture, 96, 5, pp. 56, 58, 60-61. Nasar, J. (2005). Teaching what by example? What design lessons will students take away from Ohio State's new school of architecture, Landscape Architecture, 95, 9, 70-72 Cubukcu, E. & Nasar, J. (2005). Wayfinding in large scale virtual environments. In Chaudhury, H. (Ed). Design for Diversity (p. 273). Edmond, OK: EDRA. Nasar, J. (2005). Letter to the editor, Landscape Architecture, response to Rob Livesey's October letter, Dec. Nasar, J. (2005). Wexner Center: Not a Minor Problem. Letter to the Editor, The New York Times, Sunday, Sept. 25. Nasar, J. and Moffat, D. (2005). The Heidelberg Project: Detroit, Michigan, Tyree Guyton. Places, 16, 3, 14-17. Nasar, J. (2004). Planning for visual appeal: Visual Quality Programming, Experts Corner, DesignResearch Connections, Summer, 10-11. Nasar, J., Hecht, P. & Wener, R. (2004). Cell phone use and situation awareness. EDRA 35 Design with Spirit, p. 152. Cubukcu, E. & Nasar, J. (2004). Influence of environmental factors on distance cognition in virtual environments. EDRA 35 Design with Spirit, 197. Nasar, J. (2003). Teaching Social Functions. Design Research News, 34, 4,6.

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Nasar, J. (2003). What a building says about us. Letter to the editor, The New York Times, Oct. 15, A 18. Nasar, J. L., Hecht, P., & Wener, R. (2003). Cell phones and safety among college students. In Robinson et al. (eds). EDRA 34 People shaping places shaping people. Nasar, J. L. Stamps, A., & Hanyu, K. (2003). Skyline control. In Robinson et al. (eds.) EDRA34 People shaping places shaping people. Nasar, J. (2002). Spatial enclosure and design review (Symposium abstract) in P. Hecht (Ed.) Community: Evolution or Revolution, Environmental Design Research Association, proceedings (p. 143) Nasar, J. (2002). The perception and preference for spatial enclosure. ) in P. Hecht (Ed.) Community: Evolution or Revolution, Environmental Design Research Association, proceedings (p. 143) Nasar, J. and Imeokparia, T. (2002). Skyline entropy, order and preference. in P. Hecht (Ed.) Community: Evolution or Revolution, Environmental Design Research Association, proceedings (p. 160) Nasar, J. L. (2000).Peter Eisenman Viewed from Below. Letter to the editor. The New York Times, Arts Section, Sunday, Feb. 13. Nasar, J. L. & Preiser, W. (2000). The architecture of Schools of Architecture (An international Project) (p. 126). A. E. Stamps III (ed.), EDRA 31/2000 Building Bridges: Connecting People, Research and Design. Nasar, J. L. and Stamps. A. E. (2000). Urban Design Aesthetics. (p.153) in A. E. Stamps III (ed.), EDRA 31/2000 Building Bridges: Connecting People, Research and Design. Nasar, J. (2000). In the event of a tie. Letter to the editor. The New York Times, Thursday, Nov. 23. Nasar, J. (1999). Evaluative image of places. Y2 KAB, 46th Annual, Keep America Beautiful National Conference, Dec. Nasar, J. (1999). Community image influence preference, Grounds Maintenance, February, C1-C2, C12. Nasar, J. (1999). Design by Competition. Pillars of Color, Framework of the Future, Color Marketing Group, Conference Proceedings. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Community image influences preferences. Grounds Maintenance, 34, c1-c2, c112.

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Nasar, J. L. (1998). Private statements in public places. In Connell, B. R., & Sanford, J. (Eds.) EDRA1997. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1998). The evaluative image of cities. In Connell, B. R., & Sanford, J. (Eds.) EDRA1997. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1997). Perspectives on meanings of buildings, places. The Columbus Dispatch, Feb. 2, 7F. Nasar, J. L. (1996).Evaluating competition architecture through time. In Nasar, J. L. & Brown, B. (Eds.) edra1996: Public and Private Places. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Landscapes of Fear and Stress. In Nasar, J. L. & Brown, B. (Eds.) edra1996: Public and Private Places. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Design in the Context of Fear: Increasing compatibility in difficult settings. In Nasar, J. L. & Brown, B. (Eds.) edra1996: Public and Private Places. Edmond, OK: Environmental Design Research Association. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Design by competition: Looking at competition architecture through time. In B. Martins, (Ed.) Abstracts of the Sixth Conference of the European Full-Scale Modeling Association. Vienna. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Safe communities by design. Grounds Maintenance Magazine, 31, 11, 10-14. Nasar, J. L. (1995). Urban design aesthetics. In Nasar, J., et al. (Eds.) Proceedings: Twenty-sixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, 141. Oklahoma City: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. (1995). Landscape aesthetics and restoration. In Nasar, J., et al. (Eds.) Proceedings: Twenty-sixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, 142. Oklahoma City: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. & T. Imeokparia. (1995). Public evaluations of complexity and order in urban skylines. In Nasar, J., et al. (Eds.) Proceedings: Twenty-sixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, 142.Oklahoma City: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. & K. Upton. (1995) Landscapes of Fear. In Nasar, J., et al. (Eds.) Proceedings: Twentysixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, 163. Oklahoma City: EDRA. Nasar, J. L. (1994). "Defensible space" concept restores safety, community to neighborhoods, Columbus Dispatch, July 31 Nasar, J. L. (1994). Book review People Places: Design Guidelines for Urban Open Space. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 11, 4, 359-360.

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Nasar, J. L. et al. (1993) Evaluating the performance of a design review board. Crossing boundaries in Practice. Refereed. Nasar, J. L. (1993). Leading Architect Explored. The Columbus Dispatch. November 31. Nasar, J. L. (1993). Introduction: Urban Design Research. Special Issue of Landscape and Urban Planning, 26, Elsevier. Nasar, J. L. (1993). Convention center's interior an exciting space The Columbus Dispatch, March 14. Nasar, J. L. (1992) Urban Design Aesthetics. Conference Proceedings of the International Symposium, on Design Review: Debating Practice and Issues. University of Cincinnati. Nasar, J. L. and students (1992) South Linden Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan. Research Report. Dept. of City & Regional Planning. Nasar, J. L. (1991). Book review of History and Precedent in Environmental Design. Environment and Behavior, 23, 383-388. Nasar, J. L. (1991). Review Beyond Public Architecture: Strategies for Design Evaluations. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 11, 78-79. Nasar, J. L. (1991). America's front yards need a natural look. The Columbus Dispatch, May 12. Nasar, J. L. (1991). Russian perspectives are striking. The Columbus Dispatch, March 31. Nasar, J. L. & A. T. Purcell (1990). Beauty and the Beast Extended: Knowledge Structure and Evaluations of Houses by Australian Architects and Non-Architects. Chapter in Proceedings. Culture, Space, History. Sevki Vanh Foundation for Architecture. Purcell, A. T. & Nasar, J. L. (1990).Australian Architects and Non-Architect Student Experiences of American Houses. Proceedings, 11th International Congress on Empirical Aesthetics. International Association of Empirical Aesthetics. Nasar, J. L. (1990). Award to old post office highlights preservation. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 28. New landmark looms in Brewery District. The Columbus Dispatch, Sept. 23. Capitol overhaul long overdue. The Columbus Dispatch, July 29. Wexner Center panned in poll. The Columbus Dispatch, May 27. Buildings designed to scale. The Columbus Dispatch, March 18. Prince Charles's vision likely to irk architects. The Columbus Dispatch, March 18. Nasar, J. L. (1989). UA students put work into area where they'll play. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec. 10. Form follows gumption. The Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 12. Mall lacks link to rest of city. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 22.

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Despite its many flaws, Sydney Opera House is still sailing. The Columbus Dispatch, March 19. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Housing helps liven downtown. The Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 6. Juries should consult the public. The Columbus Dispatch, August 5. Deconstructivism hard to live with. The Columbus Dispatch, July 3. Same old, same old outerbelt. The Columbus Dispatch, June 5. Viewpoint: Design juries need to gauge public opinion. Planning Magazine, May. State office tower shows its purpose. The Columbus Dispatch, May 8. Readers are definite: Old is best. The Columbus Dispatch, April 3. Historical pearls stand tall in survey. The Columbus Dispatch, March 6. Firm wins renovation runaround. The Columbus Dispatch, March 6. 'Masks' exposes Wright. The Columbus Dispatch, Jan. 31. Function key to best, worst in buildings. The Columbus Dispatch, Jan. 3 Nasar, J. L. (1987). Design has its inn and outs. The Columbus Dispatch, Dec. 6. Bauhaus legacy captures functional attitudes. The Columbus Dispatch, Nov. 8. PBS's 5-part series goes beneath surface. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 18. Road to improvements paved with mistakes. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 11. Columbus has share of design. The Columbus Dispatch, Oct. 7. Artistic license. Letter to Newsweek, Sept. 14. Nasar, J. L. (1985). Book review Professionals and Urban Form. Environment and Behavior,17, 266-268. Architects should ask questions. Cleveland Plain Dealer, March 12 Nasar, J. L. (1984). Book Review Experimental Sociology of Architecture: A Guide to Theory, Research and Literature. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4, 377-379. Nasar, J.L. (1981). Book Review Inquiry by Design. Journal of the American Planning Association, 47,355-356.

Invited Lectures and Papers Presented at Conferences Nasar, J. L. (2007). Assessing building performance of design and planning schools: Lessons Leaned. Paper presented at the American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Oct. 1821, Milwaukee, WI. Nasar, J. L. and Cubukcu, E. (2007). Evaluative response to environmental surprise. Paper presented at Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA), Aug. 15-19, University Park, PA Nasar, J. L. (2007). Visual quality by design. Paper presented at the Neo-Con World Trade Fair, June 11-13, 2007, Chicago, IL

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Nasar, J. L. (2007). Designing for designers: lessons learned from the architecture of schools of architecture. Paper presented at the 38th Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, May 30-June 3, Sacramento, CA. Nasar, J. L. (2007). Evaluating the architecture of schools of architecture: Methods and findings for Mack Scogin's design at OSU, and across multiple schools. Paper presented at the 38th Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Sacramento, CA , May 30June 3. Nasar, J. L. (2007). Assessing environmental perceptions. Invited presentation at Active Living Research (ALR) Annual Conference, Coronado, CA, Feb. 22-24, 2007. Nasar, J. L., & Cubukcu, E. (2006). Preference and interest for environmental surprise. Paper presented at Medio Ambiente, Bienestar Humano y Responsabilidad Ecologica, IX Congreso De Psicologia Ambiental, Nov. 21-24, Madrid, Spain. Nasar, J. L. (2006). Meaning Matters for Design: Planning Appearances. Invited Keynote address, 1st International Symposium on Environment, Behaviour and Society, People in Place in People, February 9-11, Sydney, Australia. Nasar, J. L. (2006). Meaning Matters. Invited lecture, Interior Design Lecture Series, Bowling Green State University for March 15, 2006. Nasar, J. L. (2006). Measuring Environmental Perceptions for Active Living Research. Invited lecture, Active Living through the Physical Environment for the 37th Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference, in Atlanta, GA, May 2005. Nasar, J. L. (2005) Physical form & spatial knowledge in large scale virtual environments. Invited Presentation, University of Colorado, College of Architecture and Planning, Boulder, CO, July 20. Nasar, J. L. & Cubukcu, E. (2005). Wayfinding in large scale virtual environments. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Vancouver, CA April 27-May 1, 2005 Nasar, J. L. & Cubukcu, E. (2005). Computer game playing and spatial knowledge. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Vancouver, CA April 27-May 1, 2005 Nasar, J. L. (2004). Behavioral research for design. University of Michigan, City and Regional Planning. Nasar, J., Hecht, P. & Wener, R. (2004). Cell phone use and situation awareness. 35th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Albuquerque, NM, June 2-6.

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Cubukcu, E. & Nasar, J. (2004). Influence of environmental factors on distance cognition in virtual environments. . 35th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Albuquerque, NM, June 2-6. Nasar, J. L., Hecht, P., & Wener, R. (2003). Cell phones and safety among college students. Paper presented at 34th Annual conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, May 21-25, Minneapolis-St. Paul. Nasar, J. L. Stamps, A., & Hanyu, K. (2003). Skyline control. Paper presented at 34th Annual conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, May 21-25, Minneapolis-St. Paul. Nasar, J. (2002). Invited Keynote Speaker at American Institute of Architects (AIA) Dallas to talk on Foundations of Good Urban Design--People and Community. April 26. Nasar, J. (2002). The perception and preference for spatial enclosure. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association Conference. May 2226, Philadelphia, PA. Nasar, J. and Imeokparia, T. (2002). Skyline entropy, order and preference. Paper presented at 33rd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association Conference. May 2226, Philadelphia, PA. Nasar, J. L. (2001). Visual quality management. Invited speaker and critic, University of Illinois, Chicago, College of Urban Planning and Public Affairs. Nasar, J. L. (2001). Planning the appearance of the New York Times new corporate headquarters building. Paper presented. American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Cleveland, Nov. 8 ­ 11. Nasar, J. L. (2000). Invited keynote speech. The evaluative image of the city. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Recycling and Litter Prevention's 20th Anniversary Conference, Cleveland, July 18. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Invited keynote speech. Evaluative image of places. Y2 KAB, 46th Annual, Keep America Beautiful National Conference, Dec. Washington, DC. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Design competitions: Private statements in public places, presented ACSP, Chicago. Nasar, J. L. (1999). Visual preferences: understanding and using designer/public differences. Color Marketing Group, Chicago, April, 17. Nasar, J. L. (1998). Form follows gumption. ACSP, Pasadena, October. Nasar, J. L. (1998). Private statements in public places. EDRA1997. St. Louis, MO, March.

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Nasar, J. L. (1998). The evaluative image of cities. EDRA1997. St. Louis, MO, March. Nasar, J. L. (1997). Urban design aesthetics: findings and methods. University of Cincinnati. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Does competition architecture deliver better buildings? Ohio State University, C&RP Brown Bag lecture series. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Design research for public policy. Invited address. Capital University Bridge of Learning lecture series. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Chair, Paper Session: Applied Creative Processes. 104th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, CA. Aug. 9-12 Nasar, J. L. (1996). Design by competition: Looking at competition architecture through time. Invited Keynote Address, 6th Conference of the European Full-scale Modeling Association, Vienna, Austria, Sept. 4-6. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Evaluating competition architecture through time. Invited presentation. 104th Conference of the American Psychological Association, Div. 10., Aug. 9-12, Toronto, CA. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Design in the context of fear: Increasing compatibility in difficult settings. Paper presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Salt Lake City, UT. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Landscapes of fear and stress. Paper presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Salt Lake City, UT. Nasar, J. L. (1996). Evaluating competition architecture through time. Paper presented at 27th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Salt Lake City, UT. Nasar, J. L. (1995). Crime prevention through environmental design--controlling circulation. Presented at OSU Advisory Council Spring Meeting Campus Partners Changing Neighborhoods, April. Nasar, J. L. (1995). Evaluative responses to urban skylines. American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Detroit, Oct. 18-22. Nasar, J. L. & T. Imeokparia. (1994). Public evaluations of complexity and order in urban skylines. Twenty-sixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, Boston, March 1-5. Nasar, J. L. & K. Upton. (1994) Landscapes of fear. Twenty-sixth Environmental Design Research Association Conference, Boston, March 1-5.

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Devlin, A. S. & J. L. Nasar (1994). Regional variation in preferences for vernacular houses. Paper presented at the 36th Annual conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Tempe, AZ., Nov. 3-6. Nasar, J. L. (1994). Landscape of fear and stress. Cognitive Science Brown Bag Talk, The Ohio State University. Feb. 26. Nasar, J.L. (1993). Environment Behavior and Planning. Presented at Workshop, 25th Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference, San Antonio, TX. March. Nasar, J.L. (1993). Banking on design: Crime and proximate features of a design competition building. Paper presented at 25th Annual Environmental Design Research Association Conference, San Antonio, TX. March. Nasar, J.L. (1993). Moderator, Panel on Crime. American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Philadelphia, October 31- Nov. 1. Nasar, J. L. (1993). Applications of Environment and Behavior to Planning. Association of the Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference. Philadelphia, Oct. 31- Nov. 1. Nasar, J.L. et al. (1993). Evaluating the performance of a design review board. Crossing Boundaries in Practice, October 14-17, Cincinnati. Nasar, J.L., Pawley, J. & Zoller, L. (1993). Do architects' preferences stand the test of time. 24th Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Chicago, Ill., Mar 31-Apr.3, 93. Nasar, J.L. (1992). Aesthetic Programming. Invited Presentation. Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Illinois, Nov. 23. Grannis, M., Nasar, J.L. & Fisher, B. (1992). Proximate cues to fear of crime. Paper presented at the 34th American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Columbus, OH Oct. 29- Nov. 1. Nasar, J.L. (1993). Urban design aesthetics. International Symposium on Design Review, Cincinnati, OH, Oct. 9-11. Nasar, J.L. (1992) Neighborhoods and fear of crime. Invited paper at Spokane Conference on Neighborhoods, Sept. 11-14. Nasar, J.L. and Fisher, B. (1992). Hot spots of fear of crime at the micro- and macro-level. Paper presented at the 23rd International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. April 8-12. Boulder, CO. Nasar, J. L. & Fisher, B. (1991) Prospect, refuge and fear of crime on the college campus: Looking closer at building design. Paper presented at the Joint American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference and AESOP International Congress, July 12. Oxford, England.

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Nasar, J.L. (1991). Towards a new empirical aesthetics: Historiometric inquiry. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, March 12 15. Oaxtepec, Mexico. Nasar, J. L. (1991). Towards a More International Perspective on the Provision of Environmental Cues in Public Spaces. Presentation, The 22nd Annual International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Citation EDRA 22 Proceedings, p. 396. Nasar, J. L. (1990). The applications of computer video-imaging to problems in environmentbehavior practice and research. The 21st Annual International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, April 6-9. Citation. EDRA 21 Proceedings, p. 365. Nasar, J. L. (1990). The Future of Computerized Image Processing: Implications for Policy, Design and Research. The 21st Annual International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. April 6-9. Citation EDRA 21 Proceedings, p. 366 Fisher, B. & Nasar, J.L. (1990). Design for Vulnerability: Prospect, refuge, and escape. The American Society of Criminology Conference, Nov. 6 -10. Baltimore, Maryland. Nasar, J.L. & Purcell, A.T. (1990). Australian Architect and Non-architect students' experiences of American Houses, XIth International Congress on Empirical Aesthetics, Budapest Hungary, Aug. 22-25. Purcell, A.T., & Nasar, J.L. (1990). Beauty and the Beast Extended: Knowledge Structure and Evaluations of Houses by Australian Architects and Non-Architects. International Association for the Study of Persons and their Surroundings, Ankara, Turkey, July 8-12. Nasar, J.L. (1990). Environmental aesthetics in the public domain: The good, the bad and the ugly, Invited lecture, University of Washington, Architecture Spring Lecture Series. Nasar, J. L. (1989). Formal and Symbolic Aesthetics. Invited lecture, The University of Sydney, August. Nasar, J. L. (1989). Computer applications in urban design. Invited lecture, Urban Design Forum, University of Sydney, August. Nasar, J. L., & Kang, J. (1989). Symbolic meanings of building style in small suburban offices, EDRA 20, North Carolina, Spring. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Architectural symbolism: A study of house-style meanings. EDRA 19, Pomona, CA, May 11-May 15. Nasar, J. L. (1988). Urban design in landscape architecture. Invited lecture, Landscape Architecture BASH 88, BRANCHING. March 23-27.

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Nasar, J. L. (1987). Home-style and meaning I: Commonalties in response. 95th Convention of the American Psychological Association, N.Y., N.Y., Aug. 28-Sept. 1. Nasar, J. L. (1987). Home-style and meaning II: Commonalties in response. 95th Convention of the American Psychological Association, N.Y., N.Y., Aug. 28-Sept. 1. Nasar, J. L. (1987). Architect and lay judgments of architecture. Environmental Design Research Association 18, Ottawa, Canada, Spring. Nasar, J. L. (1987). Meanings attributed to architectural styles in housing. North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, March. Nasar, J. L. (1986). Towards perceptually and sociologically relevant categories of environment. 33rd North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association, Columbus, Ohio November. Nasar, J. L. (1986). What the public notices and prefers in commercial signs. American Psychological Association, Aug. 22-26, Washington, D.C. Nasar, J. L. (1986). Architect and lay judgments of architecture: Do they really differ. Poster session, American Psychological Association, Aug. 22-26, Washington, D.C. Nasar, J. L. (1986). Preferences in urban signscapes. 21st International Congress of Applied Psychology, July 13-18, Jerusalem, Israel. Nasar, J. L. & Wener, R. (1986). Is Savanna Nirvana? 9th International Association for the study of people and their physical surroundings, July 10-13, Haifa, Israel. Nasar, J.L. (1986). The shaping of design behaviors: Case studies of trade magazines. 17th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Atlanta, Georgia, April. Nasar, J. L. & Johnson, E. (1985). Self-esteem, community-esteem and perceived value of environmental aesthetics. 93 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, August. Nasar, J. L. (1985). Retail signscapes: Effects of diversity and fittingness on emotional quality. 93 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California, August. Nasar, J. L. (1985). Physical correlates of perceived quality in lakeshore development. 9th International Colloquium on Empirical aesthetics. Santa Cruz, California, August. Nasar, J. L. (1985). Activities and Public Spaces: A methodological note. 16th Annual International Convention of the Environmental Design Research Association, New York, June 10-13.

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Nasar, J. L. (1985). Housing, neighborhood and planning for squatter settlements in Monrovia, Liberia: A case study. 16th Annual International Convention of the Environmental Design Research Association, New York, June 10-13. Nasar, J. L. (1985). Urban density, crowding and crime: A review of the literature. Regional Development, urban form and information systems, Symposium, May. Nasar, J. L. (1984). Modifiers of perceived spaciousness and crowding: a cross-cultural comparison. American Psychological Association, Toronto. Nasar, J. L. (1984). Environmental cognition: A cross cultural comparison between Japan and the U.S. Environmental Design Research Association, San Luis Obispo. Nasar, J. L. (1984). Papers presented at Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Conference Planning in transition, June. Human needs and environmental design: A background, rationale and description of methods to program and evaluate human habitats. Nasar, J. L. (1984). Papers presented at Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Conference Planning in transition, June. Environment-behavior research: Issues, approaches and directions Nasar, J. L. (1984). Papers presented at Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Conference Planning in transition, June. Personality, decision-making and the environment. Nasar, J. L. (1983). Visual preferences in urban scenes: A cross-cultural comparison between Japan and the United States. Paper presented at the International Conference on Psychology and the Arts, Cardiff, Great Britain, Sept. Nasar, J. L. (1983). Affective responses to urban scenes: A field study. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, April. Nasar, J. L. (1983). A post occupancy evaluation of the Port Columbus Airport: Landside users. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, April. Nasar, J. L. (1983). The relationship of enclosure of observer's location and view to environmental affect. Paper presented at the 14th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lincoln, Nebraska, April. Nasar, J. L. (1982). Environmental evaluation and cognition: A Japan-U.S. Comparison. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on People and their Physical Surroundings, Barcelona, Spain, July.

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Nasar, J. L. (1982). Japanese environmental preferences and cognition in relation to the street-side environment. Paper presented at the 13th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, College Park, MD, April. Nasar, J. L. (1982). Environmental psychology for planners and architects: An applied perspective. Paper presented at 53rd Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, Md. April. Nasar, J. L. (1982). The establishment of design guidelines for interiors of public housing for the elderly. Paper presented at the Third National Symposium on Human Factors and Industrial Design in Consumer Products, Columbus, Ohio, August. Nasar, J. L. (1981). The quantification of environmental preferences for use in modeling migration. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Pittsburgh Conference on Modeling and Simulation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Nasar, J. L. (1981). A preliminary view of visual aspects of the commercial strip. Paper read at the 12th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Ames, Iowa, April. Nasar, J. L. (1980). On determining dimensions of environmental perception. Paper read at the 11th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Charleston, South Carolina. Nasar, J. L. (1979). Papers presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Buffalo, N.Y. Nasar, J. L. (1979). Housing preferences of the elderly. Papers presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Buffalo, N.Y. Nasar, J. L. (1979). The evaluative image of the city. Papers presented at the 10th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Buffalo, N.Y. Summers, L., Nasar, J. L. & Douglas, T. (1975). WESSPAC: Wesley Town Simulation Package. Paper presented at 6th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lawrence Kansas. Nasar, J.L. & Tector, J. (1975). An application of some principles of ecological psychology for design decision-making. Paper presented at 6th Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lawrence Kansas. Summers, L. Douglas, T., & Nasar, J.L. (1975). Modular gaming: Notes on an emerging methodology. Paper presented at the Annual North American Simulation and Gaming Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Nasar, J. L. (1974). A reinforcement analysis of design behavior. Paper presented at the 5th Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. GRANTS

2007-2009. Nasar, J. L. & Gordon, S. I. Environmental perception, evaluation, and desirability for physical activity among African-American families of different incomes. Active Living Research, $ 149,689. 2006. Evans-Cowley, J., Nasar, J. L., & Lissner, S. Universal Design Leadership Project Inclusive Environments for Inclusive Communities. National Endowment for the Arts. $152,990. 2005. Nasar, J. Wayfinding in the environment. TELR Research on Research Grants, OSU, $ 5,000 2003. Nasar, J. & Osei, Appiah. Cell Phones, Perceived Safety and Crime Victimization. Center for Research on Criminal Justice. $ 5,483. 2003. Nasar, J. Mt. Vernon Design Plan presentation. Columbus Health Department, & Center for African American Studies. $850. 2002. Nasar, J. Driving Park Urban Design Plan. Driving Park Area Commission, $500. 1998-1999. Nasar, J. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus, Contract, $267,000 1997-98 Nasar, J. Graham Foundation Grant for "Exemplary Design Research Awards Program," with Environmental Design Research Association (edra) and Places magazine, $ 20,400. 1996-1997. Nasar, J. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus, $253,419. 1995-1996.Nasar, J. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus, $ 222,333. 1994. Fisher, B., Sloan, J., Nasar, J. L. & F. Cullen. Understanding Crime Victimization on College Campuses: Implications for Crime Prevention, National Institute of Justice, $ 202,130. 1994. Nasar, J. L. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus. 1993-1994. Nasar, J. L. & Gordon, S. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus, $ 229,036 1992-1993. Nasar, J. L. & Gordon, S. Columbus Neighborhood Technical Assistance Program, City of Columbus, $ 193,986.

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1992. Nasar, J. L. University Area Design Review Project. D epartment of Development, City of Columbus, $ 500. 1992. Nasar, J. L. South Linden Development Guidelines. Downtown Columbus, Inc. $ 500. 1990. Nasar, J. L. I-670 Development Corp. Simulation of I-670 development. $ 600. 1989. Nasar, J. L. University of Sydney, Typicality and Evaluation of Popular and High-style American Homes, with T. Purcell, $12,000. 1988. Nasar, J. L. Visiting Lecture Series on Urban Design, The Graduate School, The Ohio State University, $2,000. 1985-1987. Nasar, J. L. Ohio State University, Department of Traffic and Safety. Campus signage study, $ 40,000. 1984-1985. Nasar, J. L. Ohio State University Office of the Graduate School and Research Grants to study development options for North High Street. With Gordon, $20,000. 1984-1985. Nasar, J. L. Ohio State University Seed Grant. Determination of Salient Dimensions in Commercial Strips, $15,000. 1984. Nasar, J. L. Ohio Sea Grant. Examination of Visual Quality of Shoreline scenes, $1500. 1983-1984. Nasar, J. L. Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies, Ohio State University, Development Options for North High Street, $5200. 1982-1983. Nasar, J. L. Small Research Grant, Ohio State University, The relation of environmental factors to perceived travel time, $7,374. 1981. Nasar, J. L. and Arias, E. U.S. Japan Friendship Commission, Perceptual & cognitive aspects of urban street-side environment: A Japan U.S. cross-cultural comparison, $17,000. 1981. Nasar, J. L. Ohio State University Learning Resources Council, Urban Model, $2,000. 1980. Nasar, J. L. Lindhurst Foundation, Survey of Chattanooga, $800. 1978. Nasar, J. L. Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, Visual Analysis of Knoxville, $200. 1976. Nasar, J. L. Pennsylvania State University, Development of a behavioral program for a preschool playground, $1,000, co-principle investigator. 1976. Nasar, J. L. Westinghouse National Issues Center. Study of environmental correlates of crime, $1000.

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1975. Nasar, J. L. & Potter, J. Pennsylvania State University. Program and development of a restaurant-teaching laboratory. $49,000. 1975. Nasar, J. L. American Institute of Architects Conference on the disabled. $1,500. TEACHING

Student evaluations of my teaching have been consistently favorable and better than the College, and University average. Students have twice nominated me for a university-wide award for teaching excellence. In 2006 with Jennifer Evans-Cowley and I launched and headed the Graduate Level Certificate Program in Facility Planning and Management, and I taught the on-line distance education Architectural Programming and Evaluation course. Courses · Psychological Functions of Urban Form (seminar) examines the way individuals experience (perceive, construe, evaluate, and use) their surroundings, and the use of that information in physical planning. Sociological Functions of Urban Form (seminar), an applied urban sociology course, deals with the social variables in relation to the physical environment, and the use of that information for physical planning. Managing the Urban Spatial Environment: Regulatory Techniques (seminar) explores physical planning, urban design policy, implementation, and mechanisms to shape urban form. Research and analytic methods for urban design (seminar) covers quantitative and qualitative social science research methods. Environmental Programming and Evaluation for Human Use (seminar) covers user-oriented environmental programming and evaluation methods and has students conduct a postoccupancy evaluation for a real client. Separate section taught as on-line distance education class for Graduate Certificate Program in Facility Management and Programming Precinct planning (studio) an urban design, neighborhood planning studio uses participatory methods to have students prepare a detailed physical development plan and implementation program for an underrepresented neighborhood in the city. Practicum Facility Management and Programming Studio. Capstone studio.

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Dissertations Supervised 2005. The design, implementation and evaluation of an interactive multimedia environmental design research information system: Architectural design review as a case study. Dissertation: T. Imeokparia. 2003. Investigating wayfinding using virtual environments. Dissertation: E. Cubukcu. 2003. Reasoned action versus planned behavior in bus use. Dissertation: P. Joshi. 2000. The primacy of affect in environmental response: Identifying environmental preferences using experimental priming with optimal and suboptimal stimulus exposure. Dissertation: M. Grannis. 1998. Children's perception of urban waterfronts and their responses to them: Emotional reactions and perceived opportunities for activities. Dissertation, A. Ataov. 1995. Visual Features and Emotional Responses to Residential Neighborhoods, Dissertation, Kazunori Hanyu 1990. Symbolic Inferences and Typicality in Five Taste Cultures, Dissertation J. Kang. Theses Supervised 2005. Observed social behavior of pedestrians in a shopping center parking lot. C&RP Thesis: L. L. Russell 2005. Responses to warm and cool landscape colors. Landscape Architecture (LA) Thesis: S. A. Heeter. 2002. Perceptions of safety and the rights to space: Limitations and strategic responses. C&RP Thesis: S. Starkweather. Best thesis award. 2002. Urban mixed-use developments. A case study: The arena district, Columbus, OH, C&RP Thesis: R. James. 2001. Landscape mirror: People's aesthetic appraisals of water and reflection. LA Thesis: M. Li. 2001. The evaluation of human emotional responses to inscriptions in Chinese classical gardens. LA Thesis, Y. Chen. 2000. Human emotional responses to visual aspects of water features. LA Thesis: Y. Lin. 2000. A perception and preference study of enclosure. LA Thesis: R. Surendran.

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1999. The restorative effects of roadside vegetation: Implications for automobile driver anger and frustration. LA Thesis: J. M. Cackowski. 1997. Perception, Evaluation and Preference of Sign Scenes, C&RP Thesis, X. Hong 1994. Neo-Traditional Town Planning, Sense of community and Automobile Dependence. C&RP Thesis, S. Cochrun. 1994. Proximate Physical Cues to Fear. C&RP Thesis: M. Grannis. 1987. Transportation needs of elderly suburban residents. C&RP Thesis: S. Buchman. Winner Best Thesis award. 1987. Personality characteristics of landscape architects. LA Thesis: E. Johnson 1987. The effects of traffic on perceived quality of life: A comparison of urban and suburban settings. C&RP Thesis: F. Tzemos. 1987. Public evaluation of the Center for the Visual Arts: An evaluation of an architectural jury. CRP Thesis: J.Kang. 1986. A comparison of architects' and non-architects' descriptive and affective responses for "High" and "Vernacular" residential architecture. C&RP Thesis: K. Devlin. 1985. An investigation of dual-earner role overload and its implications for housing and the environmental structure. C&RP Thesis: C. Van Allsburg. 1984. Problems and planning of urban renewal and up-grading projects in Monrovia: The West Point experience. C&RP Thesis: M. Kromah. 1983. The effect of traffic patterns and street design on territoriality and the psychological sense of community in three suburban neighborhoods. C&RP Thesis: D. Julian. 1983. Resident attitudes toward higher residential densities in Columbus, Ohio: Private vs. public advantage and the acceptance of urban megastructures. C&RP Thesis: J. Karas. 1983. The ideal birthing environment: A survey of mothers and their primary support persons who have participated in prepared childbirth education. C&RP Thesis: J. Hallas. 1983. Behavior patterns of downtown environments. C&RP Thesis: A.R. Yurdakul. 1983. The preparation of Columbus, Ohio for nuclear war: A study of citizen reaction to warning and evacuation. C&RP Thesis: M. Greenberg 1981. Salient activities and the requisite needs of the handicapped in public housing. C&RP Thesis: A. Sadeghi.

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1981. User needs in housing for the elderly. C&RP Thesis: M. Farokhpay. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Fellow American Institute of Certified Planners American Institute of Certified Planners Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Planning Advisory Board (site visit teams) Council of Landscape Architecture Educators Environmental Design Research Association (former chair and board member) Fellow, American Psychological Association

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2006

PAB Site Visit, Rutgers City & Regional Planning Program.

Editorial Board Journal of Planning Education and Research Journal of Urban Design Journal of Environmental Psychology Research-Design Connections Architectural Science Reviewer American Collegiate Schools of Planning, Conference Presentations Environment and Behavior Environment and Planning A Environment and Planning B Journal of Environmental Psychology Journal of the American Planning Association Journal of Planning Education and Research Journal of Architectural and Planning Research Journal of Urban Design Landscape and Urban Planning Landscape Research Perceptual and Motor Skills Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin Population and Environment Proceedings, Environmental Design Research Association Psychological Bulletin

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Psychological Reports Town Planning Review Other Professional Service 1999-pre.Editor, Journal of Planning Literature 2004. Member Program Review Team for Design and Environmental Analysis Program at Cornell University. 2004. Jury member, EDRA/Places Awards Program (April 2-April 4). 2004. Panel for Active Living through Physical Environment Research--Physical Measure Development, U.C. Irvine 1996-1998. Chair Board of Directors, Environmental Design Research Association. 1995-1999.Editorial Board, Journal of Planning Education and Research 1995-1996. Conference co-organizer, Environmental Design Research Association, EDRA27, Salt Lake City 1994-1998. Board Member, Environmental Design Research Association 1994-Present. Reviewer, American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Urban Design. 1994-1995. Conference Organizer, Environmental Design Research Association EDRA26 Conference, Boston; 1992-93 Editor and Reviewer, Special Issue of Landscape and Urban Planning. 1990-99 Membership Chair, Div. 34 American Psychological Association. 1987-89 Architectural critic, The Columbus Dispatch. 1985-98 Advisory Editor, Journal of Planning Literature. 1992. Co-chair, 34th American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Columbus, Oct. 29Nov. 1. 1992. Organizer Workshop, Directions for research on Urban Design, at 27th Environmental Design Research Association Conference, Boulder, CO May. 1992. American Psychological Association, Div. 34 Program Committee 1989-1991. Editorial board, Journal of Architectural and Planning Research.

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1987-1989. Reviewer Cambridge University Press. 1984. Book review, Professionals and Urban Form, in Environment and Behavior. 1984. Book review, Sociology of Architecture, in Journal of Environmental Psychology 1981. Book review, Inquiry by Design, in Journal of the American Planning Association, July, 355-356. 1981. Reviewer, 2nd edition of Kevin Lynch's Site Planning, for third edition COMMUNITY SERVICE

2007. Fifth Avenue Urban Design Plan (with students) 2005-2007. Executive board and Communications co-chair, Upper Arlington Progressive Action, UA, OH 2004. Founding member, board member, Co-chair Communications Committee, UniDems 2004. The Greater Woodland Meadows Neighborhood Plan, with students 2003-2005. Board and Program Committee Member, Crighton Club, Columbus, OH 2004. Ward chair, Ward 3, Precinct Chair 3B 2004. Invited speaker, "Talking to undecided voters" Bexley, OH. 2004. Invited speaker, "Talking to undecided voters," Worthington, OH 2004. Invited Speaker, "Talking to undecided voters," Westerville, OH 2004. Invited Speaker, house parties for Kerry. 2004. Board and Program Committee Member, Crighton Club 2003. Board and Program Committee Member, Crighton Club 2003. Mt. Vernon Design Plan (with students) 2003. Fischer hall Post occupancy evaluation (with students) 2003. Gerlach Hall Post occupancy evaluation (with students) 2003. Mason hall Post occupancy evaluation (with students) 2003. Pfahl Hall Post occupancy evaluation (with Hoffman, N.) 2002. Driving Park Urban Design Plan (with students) 2002. University Area Neighborhood Plan (with students)

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2000. Center for Science and Industry (COSI) Post occupancy evaluation (with students) 1999. East Main Street Plan (with students) 1998. North Central Plan (with students) 1997. North Linden Plan (with students) 1996. Newman & Wolfrom Lab Building Post Occupancy Evaluation (with students) 1996. Dresserton Design Concept: A proposal for a Neotraditional development (with students) 1996. The Franklinton Peninsula Plan, With Neo-Traditional Planning Principles (with students) 1996. Rediscover Downtown Columbus (with students) 1996. Top of the Hill: A Plan for the Hilltop State Lands (with students) 1995. Clintonville Plan (with students) 1995. Post Occupancy Evaluation of the Math Tower (with students) for OSU Architect 1994. Victorian Village Plan (with students) 1994. Member, Focus Group on University Area Improvements 1993. Safety Manual for the City of Columbus (with students) 1992-1995. Coordinator, Columbus Area Commission Intern Program 1991-1995. Board Member, Columbus Landmarks 1993. Advisor, Near East Area Commission Meeting 1993. Evaluation of University Area Interim Design Review (with students) 1992. South Linden Urban Design Plan (with students) 1991. Franklinton Urban Design Plan (with D. Georg and students) 1991. Cleveland Park Study for Department of Natural Resources (with D. Georg and students) 1990-1992. Recchie Design Awards Screening Committee 1990. Visual simulation for I-670 Corridor Development Corp. 1990. Radio appearance on Radio Reader, Columbus 1990. Commentaries on architecture, WCBE 1990. Advisory board, Metropolitan Learning Guild 1989. Participant in Pyrmont Urban Design Forum, Sydney, Australia. 1988. Member, Downtown Strategic Plan Task Force 1988. Advisor, Ohio Arts Council survey of use 1988. Supervised three Urban Design Projects in Columbus, Ohio 1987. Adviser, Neighborhood Design Assistance Center

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1987. Supervised three student Urban Design Projects in Columbus 1986. Organizer and chair, four Symposia, "Advances in environmental design research," at Regional Science Convention, Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 1986. Symposium organizer and chair, "Emotional quality of environment," at the Conference of theInternational Association of Applied Psychologists, Israel, July. 1986. Symposium organizer and chair, "Similarities and differences in environmental response," for International Association for the Study of Persons and their Surroundings in Israel, July. 1986. Directed student urban design projects. North High Corridor Revitalization plan. 1985-1986. Board member, Ohio Arts Council, Design Initiatives Program. 1985. Presentation to the University Women's' club on user sensitive design 1985. The study of German Village (with students) 1985. North University Neighborhood Plan (with students) 1985. South Parsons Avenue: Physical Improvements Plan (with students) 1984-1986. Member, University District Office, and High Street Task Force 1984. Columbus Skyline study (with students) 1984. A Development Plan for the Hilltop Business District (with students) 1984. Milo-Grogan West Neighborhood Revitalization Project (with students) 1981-1984. Vice President and President Board of Directors, Chatham Village Homeowners Assoc. 1983. Organizer and chair of three sessions at 14th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, Lincoln, NE. 1983. Columbus Neighborhood Design Center Task Force Member 1983. Design assistance to Metropolitan Learning Community 1983. Columbus Neighborhood Design Center Task Force Member 1983. Livingston Avenue Design Plan (with students) 1983. Balance High Street at OSU (with students) 1983. Yale/Glenwood Neighborhood Improvement Plan (with students) 1983. Space usage of O.S.U library (with students). 1983. Evaluation of St. Stephens Community Health Center (with students). 1983. Bicycle theft prevention on the O.S.U. Campus (with students). 1982. Organizer and chairman of four sessions at the 13th International Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association, College Park, Md.

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1982. Post occupancy evaluation of Port Columbus Airport 1982. Short North General Guidelines for Revitalization (with students).. 1982. Sullivant Avenue Neighborhood Plan (with students). 1982. University North High Street Commercial Area Improvement Plan (with students). 1982. Columbus Zoo facility improvement program (with students). 1981. For O.S.U. Office of Student Development, studied relationship of academic performance to dorm living conditions. 1981. Linworth Planning Study (with students). 1981. Highland Heights Design Study (with students). 1981. South Linden Precinct Plan (with students). 1981. Clintonville: A Precinct Planning Study (with students). 1981. Tri-village Community Precinct Plan (with students). 1981. Town East Development Plan (with students). 1981. Workshop on renewable energy resources, Chairman of Committee on Institutional, Regulatory, Individual Attitudes and Public Participation, and prepared committee report. 1980. Chattanooga Preference Survey and Design Recommendations 1979. Member, Knoxville Community Appearance Committee. 1979. A Visual Analysis of Knoxville, with students for Knoxville Beautification Committee of Knoxville International Energy Exposition. 1979. Participant Livable Cities Project, Community Design Center, Knoxville 1978. Documentation for Knoxville R/UDAT visitors, with students 1978. Design program for Child and Family Services Sheltered Facility, with students 1977. Program for Knoxville Animal Shelter Expansion UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2007. Member KSA P&T Committee Member OSU Graduate Council Landscape Architecture Search Committee 2006. Member Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA), Design Research Initiative Committee

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Member Landscape Architecture Search Committee Member OSU Graduate School Curriculum Committee Member OSU Graduate Council Member OSU Rules and Standards Committee. Member KSA Exhibit Committee Member KSA Speaker Committee 2007 Member OSU Curriculum Committee 2004-07 Member OSU Senate Council on the Physical Environment (COPE) Member KSA P&T Committee Member OSU Graduate School Policy and Standards Committee Member OSU Graduate Council 1992-pr.Member KSA Curriculum and Academic Affairs Committee 1990-pr. Member Graduate Faculty Landscape Architecture 1986-pr. Member C&RP Ph.D. Committee 2005. Post occupancy evaluation of KSA, Columbus, OH 2003-Pres. Mentor Jennifer Evans-Cowley 2004-2005. Member Annual Review of Untenured Faculty for Jennifer Evans-Cowley. 2003. Member Landscape Architecture Search Committee 2003. Member KSA P& T Committee 1992-2005. Member KSA Computer Committee 1992-1999. Manager Columbus Area Technical Assistance Program (Intern Program) 1990-1995. Chair C&RP Graduate Curriculum Committee 1987-1996. Member KSA Exhibitions Committee 1992. Co-coordinator 34th American Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Columbus, OH. 1990-1995. Chair Department Promotion and Tenure Committee 1989. Lectures on applications of Image Capture Technology to urban design, University of Sydney 1989. Faculty Participant in Pyrmont Urban Design Studio 1988. Reviewer proposals to Center for Teaching Excellence. 1987-1988. Affirmative Action Advocate, C&RP Faculty Search Committee 1986-1988. Chair School of Architecture Urban Design Committee 1986-1988. Chair Graduate Curriculum Committee, C&R Planning 1986-1987. Chair City & Regional Planning Urban Design Search Committee

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1980-1987. Member Curriculum Committee, School of Architecture 1980-1986. Member Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, C&R Planning 1985. Chairman Tenure and Promotion Committee, C&R Planning 1980-1987. Guest lecturer and juror in classes in Landscape Architecture and Architecture 1982-1983. Initiator and Chairman City and Regional Planning Seminar Series 1979-1980. Faculty advisor to student run publication, Portfolio 1979. First and Second Year Design Coordinator, School of Architecture, School of Architecture 1979. Chair Research Committee 1979. Member Committee on Housing 1979. Member Interior Design Curriculum Review Committee 1977-1979. Member Design Committee, School of Architecture 1977-1979.Member First and Second Year Design Committee, School of Architecture 1977-1979. Member School of Architecture Research Committee

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