Bloustein School Presenters at ACSP 2018

The following presentations, roundtables and posters will be presented by Bloustein School faculty and PhD candidates at the 2018 ACSP conference.


Are you interested in joining our faculty?

Visit the Bloustein School’s Information Session
to speak with the urban planning program director and other school faculty
on Friday, October 26th, 2:00pm-3:00pm in Room 101D


RUTGERS/BLOUSTEIN ALUMNI RECEPTION

Friday, October 26
7:30-9:30 p.m.
Room 106A of the Convention Center (visible from the lobby)

with Cornell, Columbia, Harvard, MIT, NYU, and the University of Pennsylvania


Thursday, October 25

8:00 a.m.—Bicycling in Walkable Environments

Or Caspi, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author and Mike Smart, co-author

9:45 a.m.—Left Behind in an Auto-Dominated Landscape: The Increasing Role of Cars in Economic Mobility, 1968-2015

Mike Smart, Bloustein School, presenting author; Nicholas Klein, Cornell University, co-author

1:00 p.m.—Credit, Community and Risk

Group Submission: Privately-Owned Rental Housing in the US: Changes in Tenant & Owner Behavior

Katharine Nelson, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author; Kathe Newman, Bloustein School, co-author

1:00 p.m.—Spatial Work Flexibility and Demand to Travel: Findings from a Study of Work Location Decision-Making in the New York City Metropolitan Area

Jonathan Stiles, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

1:00 p.m.—Nationwide Travel Trends 1990-2017

Kelcie Ralph, Bloustein School, presenting author

2:45 p.m.—Shaping the Place of Suburban Poverty: A Political Economy Perspective on the Suburbanization of Poverty

Nathan Foote, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

2:45 p.m.—Roundtable: What is Land? New Perspectives Through Regulation and Financialization

Mattijs Van Maasakkers, Ohio State University, moderator; Sai Balakrishnan, Harvard University; Nicholas Marantz, University of California Irvine; Frank Popper, Bloustein School

4:45 p.m.—POSTER: Cabby Crisis: The Threatened Livelihoods of Traditional Taxi Drivers in the Era of Ridesharing

Sicheng Wang, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author; Mike Smart, Bloustein School, co-author; Nicholas Klein, Cornell University, co-author

 5:45 p.m.—Roundtable: Who Benefits from “Smart City” Technologies? How Can They be a Piece of the Puzzle Toward Social and Environmental Justice?

Mehdi Heris, University of Colorado Denver, moderator; Clinton Andrews, Bloustein School; Lisa Schweitzer, University of Southern California; Tom Sanchez, Virginia Tech; Ceasar McDowell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Geoff Boeing, University California, Berkeley

 

Friday, October 26

8:30 a.m.—Unpacking Logistics Clusters

Matthew Campo, Bloustein School PhD Candidate presenting author

11:30 a.m.—Communicating About Flood Risks with Real Estate Market Actors

Clinton Andrews, Bloustein School, presenting author

7:30-9:30 p.m.—Rutgers/Bloustein Alumni Reception

Room 106A of the Convention Center (visible from the lobby)

 

Saturday, October 27

8:00 a.m.—Distracted by “Distracted Pedestrians”?

Kelcie Ralph, Bloustein School, primary author; Ian Girardeau, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

8:00 a.m.—Misperceptions of Walking Time and Distance

Robert Noland, Bloustein School, presenting author; Kelcie Ralph, Bloustein School, primary author; Mike Smart, Bloustein School, co-author; Sicheng Wang, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, co-author

9:45 a.m.—Recognizing Sewage Infrastructure in Urban India

Angela Oberg, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

9:45 a.m.—Land Markets as Expropriation: The Market Value Analysis in Philadelphia

Group Submission: The Political Economy of Urban Decline

Lee Polonsky, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

9:45 a.m.—Editorial Patterns in Bicyclist and Pedestrian Crash Reporting

Kelcie Ralph, Bloustein School, primary author; Calvin Thigpen, Arizona State University, co-author; Tara Goddard, Texas A&M University – College Station, co-author; Evan Iacobucci, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

11:30 a.m.—Roundtable: Experimental Methods in Urban Planning – Lessons from the Field and the Laboratory

Kelcie Ralph, Bloustein School, moderator; Paavo Monkkonen, University of California Los Angeles; Marlon Boarnet, University of Southern California; Jordi Honey-Roses, University of British Columbia; Arlie Adkins, The University of Arizona

11:30 a.m.—Roundtable: From Critical Urban Theory to Critical Methods – Applying Post-Positivism in Research Practice

Lee Polonsky, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, moderator; Robert Lake, Bloustein School; Aretousa Bloom, Bloustein School PhD Candidate; Katharine Nelson, Bloustein School PhD Candidate; Dillon Mahmoudi, University of Maryland Baltimore County

2:00 pm—Measuring Energy and Air Quality in Public Housing Sites during Heat Waves

Ioanna Tsoulou, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author; Clinton Andrews, Bloustein School, co-author;  Jennifer Senick, Bloustein School, co-author; Gediminas Mainelis, Rutgers University, co-author; Ruikang He, Rutgers University PhD Candidate, co-author

3:30 p.m.—On Questions of Urban Social Justice in an Immigrant City

James DeFilippis, Bloustein School, presenting author

 

Sunday, October 28

8:00 a.m.—The Marketization of Public Land under Austerity: The Case of Local Authority Housing Companies in London

Aretousa Bloom, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author

8:00 a.m.—Negotiating Density to Finance Public Goods in Vancouver and New Taipei City: A Comparative Framework

Group Submission: Givings and Takings: Financing Urban Public Goods in Different Planning Cultures

Mi Shih, Bloustein School, presenting author; Leslie Shieh, Take Root Studio, co-author

9:45 a.m.—Are People Ready for Fully Autonomous Vehicles?

Sicheng Wang, Bloustein School PhD Candidate, presenting author; Zhiqiu Jiang, University of Virginia, co-author; Robert Noland, Bloustein School, co-author; Andrew Mondshein, University of Virginia, co-author