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					                                         VITA

                          JANE SCHLEICHARDT BROOKS


OFFICE ADDRESS:             Department of Planning and Urban Studies
                            University of New Orleans
                            New Orleans, Louisiana 70148
                            (504) 280-6514
                            jsbrooks@uno.edu

HOME ADDRESS:               3908 Tolmas Dr.
                            Metairie, LA 70002
                            (504) 831-2139


EDUCATION:

     Harvard University (1974-1976)
     Graduate School of Design
     Master of Landscape Architecture – June, 1976

     Louisiana State University (1969-1974)
     Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
     Magna Cum Laude - May, 1974


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

     DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING AND URBAN STUDIES
     SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND REGIONAL STUDIES
     (Formerly the COLLEGE OF URBAN AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS)
     UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS (1976-Present)

     Chair (2006-present)
     Professor (1994-present)
     Associate Professor (1984-1994)
     Assistant Professor (1979-1984)
     Instructor (1978-1979)
     Research Associate (1976-1978)

     Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, teaching urban design, historic preservation,
     environmental, recreation and general planning courses for the Masters of Urban and
     Regional Planning (MURP) and Masters of Science in Urban Studies (MSUS) programs.

     Program Coordinator for Master of Urban and Regional Planning program and
     Coordinator of the Preservation Planning Concentration.

     Former Special Assistant to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student
     Affairs managing University-wide Academic Planning process (1989-1991).


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Researched the changing land use patterns of the New Orleans Riverfront and Warehouse
District with emphasis on major development projects underway.

Conducted an analysis of the topographic history of the New Orleans area and the
character and development of various New Orleans neighborhoods.

Directed various neighborhood studies for the City of New Orleans with specific research
in the areas of neighborhood revitalization, recreational and open space planning.

Investigated problems resulting from urban development in the Louisiana coastal zone
and proposed guidelines for mitigating these problem areas in future development.

TOWN OF DUXBURY, MASSACHUSETTS (1975)

Member of consultant team working with local and regional planning agency
representatives to explore solutions to economic/environmental impacts of rapid growth
in a Metropolitan Boston South Shore community.


W.M. DESIGN GROUP (1975)

Consultant to New England-based architecture/planning firm on project for developing a
White Mountain Museum of Forest History in New Hampshire.


CASHIO, COCHRAN, INC. (1973)

Landscape architect involved in diverse phases of various design projects.


URBAN TRANSPORTATION AND PLANNING ASSOCIATES, INC. (1972)

Research and graphic assistant for Regional Planning Commission of New Orleans
publication of the "Open Space Resources Inventory: Regional Comprehensive Plan."


REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION FOR ORLEANS, JEFFERSON, ST.
BERNARD AND ST. TAMMANY PARISHES (1970-1971).

Recreation planning intern and research assistant investigating computer methods of
recreation user data retrieval and analysis as well as researching recreation networks of
major metropolitan areas.




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PUBLICATIONS:

               PROFESSIONAL REPORTS, BOOKS, AND MONOGRAPHS

Gentilly: Building on Diversity (with David Gladstone, et al.). A report to the Gentilly Civic
Improvement Association, May 2006.

Charting the Course for Rebuilding a Great American City: An Assessment of the Planning
Function in Post-Katrina New Orleans. A report prepared as part of the American Planning
Association Planning Assessment Team. Washington, D.C.: American Planning Association,
November 2005, 20pp.

Downtown New Orleans Growth Assessment (with David Gladstone, et.al.). A report to the N.O.
Regional Planning Commission, May 2005.

South Rampart Street: New Orleans Downtown Jazz and Entertainment District (with David
Gladstone, et.al.). A report to the Downtown Development District, December 2003.

Dillard CDC Land Use Analysis and Action Plan (with David Gladstone, et al.). A report to the
Dillard Community Development Corporation, December 2002.

Central Causeway Boulevard Corridor Study (with Robert Becker, et al.). A report to the
Jefferson Parish Planning Department, December 2001.

The Canal Street- Vieux Carre Connection (with David Gladstone, et al.). A report to the
Downtown Development District, December 2000.

On the Waterfront: A Plan to Revitalize Bywater and the St. Claude Corridor (with Fritz Wagner,
et al.). A report to the Bywater Community Development Corporation, December 1999, 62 pp.

Channeling Resources: New Directions for the Irish Channel (with Fritz Wagner, et al.). A report
to the Irish Channel Neighborhood Association, December 1998.

Urban Parks Initiative: Revitalizing Four Neighborhood Parks in New Orleans, Louisiana (with
Paula Berault and Yvan Lambert). A report to the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund, September
1998, 52 pp.

Old Algiers Main Street Program (with Walter Gallas, et.al.). A report to the Board of the Old
Algiers Main Street Area, June 1998, 56 pp.

Sala Avenue Historic District Study: Westwego, Louisiana (with James White). A report to the
City of Westwego and the Westwego Historical Society, June 1998, 91 pp.

Freret Neighborhood Study (with Fritz Wagner, et.al). A report to Neighborhood Housing
Services. UNO College of Urban and Public Affairs, Fall 1997, 177 pp.

On the Avenue: A Plan to Revitalize the Lower St. Charles Corridor (with Fritz Wagner, et.al).


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A report to the St. Charles Avenue Merchants Association. UNO College of Urban and Public
Affairs, December 1996, 120 pp.

The Effects of Land-Based and Riverboat Gaming in New Orleans (with J. Speyrer, T. Ryan, W.
Ragas, et.al). Task IV: Effects of Gaming on Real Estate and Land-Use. A report to the City
Planning Commission of New Orleans, June 1996, 80 pp.


Effects of Gaming on Public Facilities and Services (with J. Speyrer, T. Ryan, T. Joder, et.al.). A
report to the City Planning Commission of New Orleans, February 1996, 69 pp.

The South Shore Lake Pontchartrain: Assessing Public Access Potential (with Fritz Wagner,
et.al.). A report to the Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation, UNO College of Urban and Public
Affairs, Fall 1995, 86 pp.

Lee Circle Site Information and Design Parameters (with Suzi Spear). A report to the UNO
Foundation and the Arts Council of New Orleans, UNO College of Urban and Public Affairs,
July 1995.

Enhancing the Sense of Place in Treme: Mechanisms for Preserving a Unique, Historic
Neighborhood (with Fritz Wagner, et.al.). A report prepared for the New Orleans City Planning
Commission, UNO College of Urban & Public Affairs, December 1994.

Gambling With the Future of New Orleans' Newest Neighborhood: Confronting Accelerated
Change in the Historic Warehouse District (with Fritz Wagner, Walter Gallas, et al.). A report
prepared for the Downtown Development District, UNO College of Urban and Public Affairs,
December 1993, 64 pp.

The Effect of Waterfront Development on Historic Districts (with Mike Agnew, et.al.). A report
to the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Preservation Resource Center of New
Orleans, LA, June 1993, 116 pp.

Changing Land Use in the Vieux Carre: Managing Growth to Preserve a National Landmark
District (with Raymond Burby, et al.), UNO College of Urban and Public Affairs, December
1992, lllpp.

City of Kenner Area Redevelopment Strategy (with George Carbo, et. al). A report prepared for
the City of Kenner, Louisiana. UNO College of Urban and Public Affairs and Louisiana Urban
Technical Assistance Center, March, 1992, 161 pp.

UNO Campus Master Plan 2000 (with Earl Hedrick and Kristine Miranne). New Orleans, LA:
University of New Orleans, 1990, 24 pp.

Metairie Road Corridor Study. A report prepared for the Jefferson Parish Planning Department.
New Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, May 1989, 95 pp.

Planning and Design Recommendations for the Lower Garden District, (with Fritz Wagner, et
al.). A report prepared for the Preservation Resource Center, New Orleans, LA: University of
New Orleans, May 1987, 97 pp.

Urban Design Project for the Jefferson Parish C.B.D., (with Charles Apffel, Raymond C.


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Bergeron, et al.). A report prepared for the New Orleans Chapter, American Institute of
Architects. Jefferson Parish, Louisiana: New Orleans Chapter, AIA, January 18, 1985.

Rivertown: A Plan for Kenner, Louisiana's Historic District, (with Hilda Ojibway, et al.). New
Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, June, 1985, 83 pp.

Recreation in New Orleans: A Survey of Sites and Facilities, (with R. Dupont, J. Greene, and T.
Wilkinson). New Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, March 1984, 150 pp.

Bourbon Street Mall: Enhanced Marketability, (with M. Green-Harvey, et al.). A report to the
Vieux Carre Commission, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 1983.

Jefferson Parish Recreation Master Plan (with F. Wagner, P. Sorant, L. Krause and B. Krampe).
A report to the Jefferson Parish Recreation Department in cooperation with the Design
Consortium. New Orleans, Louisiana, March 1982.

Master Plan for the Louisiana Nature Center (with P. Finch). A report to the Louisiana Nature
Center Board of Directors, Fall, 1983.

Bogalusa's Columbia Street: Focal Point for Revitalization, (with E. Hedrick, B. Krampe, F.
Wagner, A. Young, and P. Sorant). A report to the Louisiana State Department of Urban and
Community Affairs. New Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, June, 1981.

Lower Ninth Ward Neighborhood Study, (with F.W. Wagner and P. Finch). A report to the
Mayor's Office of Planning and Community Services, City of New Orleans, New Orleans,
Louisiana: University of New Orleans, School of Urban and Regional Studies, December, 1980.

New Iberia/Weeks Island Channel Feasibility Study - Supplement, (with F.W. Wagner, et al.). A
report to the State of Louisiana Department of Natural Resources. New Orleans, Louisiana:
University of New Orleans, August, 1979.

Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Changing of a Landscape, (with A. Emmet, D. Allen, J. Burns,
M. Friedman, P. Rodgers, J. Wieneke). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, 1978.

The Value of Wetlands in the Barataria Basin, (with A.J. Mumphrey, Jr., T. Fox, C. Fromherz,
R. Marak, and J. Wilkinson). A report to the Coastal Resources Program, Louisiana Department
of Transportation and Development. New Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, Urban
Studies Institute, June, 1978.

OCS Development in Coastal Louisiana: A Socio-Economic Impact Assessment, (with A.J.
Mumphrey, Jr., R. Thayer, F. Wagner, J. Wildgen, A. Young). A report to the Louisiana State
Planning Office, New Orleans, Louisiana: UNO Urban Studies Institute, August, 1977.

Urban Development in the Louisiana Coastal Zone: Problems and Guidelines, (with A.J.
Mumphrey, Jr. and J.C. Miller, Jr.). A report to the Louisiana State Planning Office, New
Orleans, Louisiana: University of New Orleans, Urban Studies Institute, December, 1976.

Duxbury: An Alternative Future, (with D. Allen, I. Angelet, R. Belz and P. Parker). A report
prepared for the National Science Foundation/Graduate School of Design Public Agency
Collaborative Workshop. Cambridge. Mass: Harvard University, Graduate School of Design,
Fall. 1975.


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                       JOURNAL ARTICLES AND PROCEEDINGS

"Revitalizing the Central Business District in the Face of Decline: The Case of New Orleans,
1973-1993," (with Alma H. Young). Town Planning Review, vol. 64, no. 3 (July 1993), 251-271.

"Developing Coalitions in a Tourism-Based Economy: The New Orleans Joint Center for
Tourism," (with Kenneth J. Lacho). Teoros. Review of Research in Tourism. University of
Quebec at Montreal, vol. 10, no. 1 (March 1991), 21-25.

"Revitalizing the CBD in the Face of Decline: New Orleans, 1970-1985," (with Alma H. Young).
Housing and Human Services Quarterly, vol. 11, no. 1 (Spring 1991), 1-5.

"Changing Patterns of Urban Design in Downtown New Orleans," (with Alma H. Young), Urban
Design and Preservation Quarterly, vol. 14, no. 1 (Spring 1991), 11-15.

"Community Impacts of Tourism: The Case of the New Orleans Vieux Carre." in The Tourism
Connection: Linking Research and Marketing. Proceedings of the Travel and Tourism Research
Association Conference. New Orleans, LA (June, 1990), 135-139.

"Goin' Down to the River: The Future of the New Orleans Waterfront," (abstract) Proceedings of
the First National Conference on American Planning History. The Ohio State University,
Columbus, Ohio, (December, 1986) p. 29.

"Renaissance on the River: The New Orleans Experience," (with Richard Baumbach, and Susan
Drake), Proceedings of the International Workshop on Heritage and Conservation. Jerusalem as a
Laboratory (March, 1986), 32 pp.

"The Jackson Brewery: Resolving Land Use Change in a Cooperative Mode," (with Teresa
Wilkinson and Alma H. Young), Urban Land. vol. 43, no. 6 (June, 1984), 20-25.

"Doing More with Less in Urban Resource Planning and Development: Public-Private
Partnerships and the Rebirth of the Audubon Zoological Garden in New Orleans, Louisiana,"
(with F. Wagner). Proceedings of the 1982 Symposium on Leisure Research. National
Recreation and Park Association Congress: Louisville, Kentucky, October, 1982.

"Canal Place: A Clash of Values," (with D. Weeter). Urban Land. vol. 41, no. 7, July, 1982.

"Down by the Riverside: Focal Point for Revitalizing New Orleans," (with F.W. Wagner, R.
Dupont and I. Larson), Environmental Comment. April, 1981.

"Design for Maintenance: Planning Considerations for Parks and Playgrounds," (with P. Finch).
Proceedings of the Congress for Recreation and Parks. National Recreation and Parks
Association. October, 1979.

"Renovating the Squares of New Orleans: Preservationist Delight or Poorman's Nightmare," (with
F.W. Wagner). Proceedings of the Environmental Planning Section. American Institute of
Planners National Conference. New Orleans. Louisiana. September, 1978.

"Guidelines for Urban Development in Louisiana's Coastal Wetlands," (with A.J. Mumphrey,
Jr.,), Coastal Zone Management Journal, vol. 4, nos. 1/2, Winter, 1977.



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OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

                                     WORKING PAPERS

“Extending Design Review: Employing a Cultural Context to Shape the Future for South
Rampart Street in New Orleans,” (with Bill Fields). Division of Urban Research and Policy
Studies Working Paper, College of Urban & Public Affairs, University of New Orleans, March
2004, 25 pp.

"Whose City Is This Anyway?: Neighborhood Groups as Actors in the New Orleans' Casino
Planning Process," (with Mike Agnew and Walter Gallas). Division of Urban Research and
Policy Studies Working Paper, College of Urban & Public Affairs, University of New Orleans,
No. 26, March 1994, 34 pp.

"The Political Economy of Historic Preservation" (with Robert K. Whelan) Division of Urban
Research and Policy Studies Working Paper, College of Urban and Public Affairs, University of
New Orleans, No. 8, Spring 1992, 31 pp.

"Revitalizing the Central Business District in the Face of Decline: The Case of New Orleans,
1970-1990" (with Alma H. Young) Division of Urban Policy and Research Studies, College of
Urban and Public Affairs, University of New Orleans, No. 5, January 1991, 35 pp.

"Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization in New Orleans: A Citizen-Oriented Approach, "(with
P. Grewe-Carlucci and D. Weeter). SURS Occasional Papers, School of Urban and Regional
Studies, University of New Orleans, No. 3, January, 1982.


                                       BOOK REVIEWS

Review of Past Meets Future: Saving America's Historic Environments by Antoinette J. Lee, ed.,
in Journal of Urban Affairs, vol. 17, no. 4, 1995, pp. 424-425.

Review of Revitalizing the Waterfront: International Dimensions of Dockland Redevelopment by
B.S. Hoyle, D.A. Pinder, and M.S. Husain, eds. in Journal of the American Planning Association.
Vol. 57, No. 1, Winter 1991, pp. 110-111.

Review of Waterfront Development by L. Azeo Torre in Journal of the American Planning
Association. Vol. 56, No. 4, Autumn 1990, pp. 553-554.


ARTISTIC OR OTHER CREATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS:

                                 VIDEO DOCUMENTARIES

"Riverfront Renaissance," (with Marcia Kavanaugh). Associate Producer of a 30-minute video
documentary broadcast on WYES-TV twice in 1991.

"Selling the City...Without Selling Out," Executive Producer of a 90-minute live television panel
discussion and program on cultural tourism in New Orleans, broadcast on WLAE-TV New
Orleans, LA on September 19, 1988.



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"The Life and Times of the Vieux Carre," (with Marcia Kavanaugh Radlauer, Fritz Wagner, and
Richard Baumbach). Co-Executive Producer of 30-minute video documentary first screened on
WLAE-TV New Orleans, LA on Mary 6, 1988.

"A Walking Tour of the St. Louis Cemeteries I and II," (with Abbye A. Gorin and Barbara
Coleman). Co-Executive Producer of 30-minute video documentary screened on WLAE-TV New
Orleans, LA, in October, 1986.

"Samuel Wilson, Jr., Dean of Architectural Preservation in New Orleans," (with Abbye Gorin and
Barbara Coleman). Co-Executive Producer of a 30-minute video documentary screened on
WLAE-TV New Orleans in February, 1986.

"Angela Gregory: Master Sculptor," (with Abbye Gorin and Barbara Coleman). Co-Executive
Producer of a 30-minute video documentary screened on WLAE-TV New Orleans in October,
1985.

"Goin Down to the River," (with Marcia Kavanaugh Radlauer and Richard Baumbach). Associate
Producer for a 60-minute video documentary on the historical development and future of the New
Orleans riverfront screened on WYES-TV New Orleans in February, 1985.




CONTRIBUTIONS TO JURIED OR REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:

Selected to serve on Editorial Advisory Board for the Journal of the American Planning
Association (1999- 2004)

Referee for articles in:

        Journal of the American Planning Association
        Journal of Urban Affairs
        Cities
        Town Planning Review

Book reviews for:
       Journal of the American Planning Association
       Journal of Urban Affairs


PAPERS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (1990 – present):

“Reinventing Downtown: Planning Strategies to Revitalize Downtown Fairfax, VA. and New
Orleans, LA.” Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Annual Meeting, April 13-16, 2005.

“Extending Design Review: Employing a Cultural Context to Shape the Future for South
Rampart Street in New Orleans,” (with Bill Fields). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Annual
Meeting, March 31- April 3, 2004.




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“The Lost Landscape of the Cradle of Jazz: Resurrecting the Memory and Meaning of Perdido
Street in New Orleans” (with Bill Fields). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Annual Meeting,
Cleveland, Ohio, March 27-30, 2003.

“The New Urbanist Wal-Mart? Design Review and Forgotten City Form” (with Bill Fields).
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning,
Baltimore, Maryland, October 2002.

“Big Box Stores in Inner-City Settings: Enhancing or Eroding the Urban Fabric of Cities” (with
Cecelia Husing). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Boston,
Massachusetts, March 20-23, 2002.

“Planning or Not, Here it Comes: Tourism-led Redevelopment in Downtown New Orleans” (with
David Gladstone). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Detroit,
Michigan, April 25-28, 2001.

“Neighborhood Parks as a Focal Point for Revitalization: An Overview of Recent National
Initiatives.” Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles,
California, May 3-6, 2000.

“Designing Urban Parks – What Makes a Good Park.” Paper presented at the inaugural Mayors’
City Parks Forum of the American Planning Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, November 4-
6, 1999.

“Supporting Neighborhood Revitalization Through Park Planning and Design: Case Studies of
Four Parks in New Orleans, Louisiana.” Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association
Annual Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, April 14-17, 1999.

"Conceptualizing the New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park: The Challenges in Providing for
the Consumption of Culture through Tourism" (with Mike Agnew and Gregg Soll). Paper
presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Ft. Worth, Texas, April 22-25, 1998.

"Vice and Tourism: Bourbon Street as a Place of Memory of Historic Vice Districts" (with
Catherine Vesey). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Toronto,
Canada, April 16-19, 1997.

"New Orleans' Planning, Historic Preservation and Tourism Management Initiatives." Invited
presentation at the University of Laval, Quebec City, Canada, May 29, 1996.

"An Educational Forum: Environmental, Social and Developmental Issues Involving Freeport-
McMoRan Copper & Gold Operations in Irian Jaya." Public presentation at the UNO College of
Engineering auditorium. New Orleans, April 30, 1996.

"Bargaining with the Devil: The Promise and the Reality of Casino Development" (with Cheryl
Murphy and Mike Agnew). Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting,
New York City, March 13-16, 1996.

"What Have Cities Got To Do With It?" Panel presenter at Louisiana Environment '96: Law,
Science and the Public Interest, Tulane University Law School, New Orleans, LA, February 24,
1996.



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"Grand Schemes, Narrow Visions: A Critical Perspective on Tourism Development in New
Orleans," (with W. Gallas, R. Lambert and S. Spear). Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of
the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Detroit, Michigan, October 19-22, 1995.

"Unkept Promises: New Orleans Casinos Sing the Blues," (with Rick Lambert and Fritz Wagner).
Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning,
Detroit, Michigan, October 19-22, 1995.

"The Vieux Carre and Treme: A Tale of Two Neighborhoods." Public presentation to the
Louisiana Landmarks Society, New Orleans, October 3, 1995.

"The New Orleans Casino Planning Experience." Invited presentation at the Joint Annual
Meeting of the Tennessee and Mississippi Chapters of the American Planning Association,
Memphis, Tennessee, September 22, 1995.

"Rolling the Dice With U.S. Cities: How City Officials and Neighborhood Coalitions Mitigate the
Impacts of Gaming." Panel presenter at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Portland,
Oregon, May 3-6, 1995.

"The Political Dimension of Urban Tourism: Land-Based Casino Gambling, City Leadership, and
Changing Attitudes Toward Tourism Management in New Orleans," (with W. Gallas, et.al.).
Paper presented at a conference on "Quality Management in Urban Tourism: Balancing Business
and Environment" at the University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, November, 1994.

"Controlling the Form of the New Orleans Land-Based Casino: The Role of Neighborhood
Leadership," (with F. Wagner, W. Gallas, and M. Agnew). Paper presented at the Annual
Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Phoenix, Arizona, November 3-6,
1994.

"New Orleans: Will You Survive Another 250 Years?" Panel participant at the Urban Affairs
Association 24th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2-5, 1994.

"Whose City Is This Anyway? Neighborhood Leadership in Controlling the Form of the New
Orleans' Land-based Casino?" (with M. Agnew and W. Gallas). Paper presented at the Urban
Affairs Association 24th Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2-5, 1994.

"The Burden of Success: Escalating Development Pressures on the Vieux Carre," (with Walter
W. Gallas). Invited presentation at the Forum on Tourism in Vieux-Montreal, Montreal, Canada,
November 4-5, 1993.

"Tiles of the Mosaic: The Relationship Between Neighborhoods and the Metropolis, A Four-City
Comparison" (with Karen Pinnell and Anthony J. Mumphrey). Paper presented at the Urban
Affairs Association 23rd Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 21-24, 1993.

"Waterfront Development and its Impact on Historic Districts: A Study of Four Cities." (with
Michael Agnew). Public presentation sponsored by the Preservation Resource Center of New
Orleans, Old U.S. Mint, December 10, 1992.

"Empowering Historic Districts: A Strategy for Quantifying Neighborhood Impacts." (with
Michael Agnew). Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association,
Cleveland, Ohio, April 29 - May 2, 1993.


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"Recreational Tourism Planning on the New Orleans Riverfront." Paper presented at the
International Symposium on Waterways for the World, Montreal, Canada, October 13-15, 1992.

"Planning for Tourism in an Urban Environment." Presentation to Tour and Travel Research
Association South Central States Chapter Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 17,
1992.

"Riverfront Development as a Permanent Exhibition." Paper presented at the 1991 Annual
Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Vancouver, Canada, April 17-20, 1991.

"Evaluating the Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Revitalizing Neighborhoods" (with
Christine C. Cook and Catherine Fabacher). Paper presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the
Urban Affairs Association, Vancouver, Canada, April 17-20, 1991.

"Evaluating Public-Private Partnerships: A Model for Public Policy Analysis" (with Anthony J.
Mumphrey, Jr.). Paper presented at the 1991 Annual meeting of the Urban Affairs Association,
Vancouver, Canada, April 17-20, 1991.

"Symposium on Riverfront Development." Symposium organizer and presenter at the American
Planning Association 1991 National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 23-27, 1991.

"Evaluating Public-Private Partnerships in Revitalizing Neighborhoods: The 'Operation
Comeback' Project in New Orleans, Louisiana," (with Christine Cook). Paper presented at the
32nd Annual Meeting of the Association of the Collegiate Schools of Planning, Austin, TX,
November 1-4, 1990.

"Fish or Cut Bait: CBD Riverfront Planning and the Development Decision to Build the New
Orleans Aquarium of the Americas," Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Austin, TX, November 1-4, 1990.

"The Political Economy of Historic Preservation: The Case of New Orleans," Paper presented to
the 1990 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Hilton Hotel, San
Francisco, CA, August 29-September 2, 1990 (co-authored with Robert K. Whelan).

"Community Impacts of Tourism: The Case of the New Orleans Vieux Carre." Presentation to the
21st Annual Conference of the Travel and Tourism Research Association in New Orleans, LA,
June 12, 1990.

Developing Coalitions in a Tourism-Based Economy: The New Orleans Joint Center for
Tourism," (with Kenneth J. Lacho). Paper presented at the 20th Annual Meeting of the Urban
Affairs Association in Charlotte, North Carolina, April 18-21, 1990.

"Louisiana's Jean Lafitte National Park: Preservation of the Unique Culture and Environment of
the Mississippi Delta Region." Paper presented at the France-Louisiana-Quebec Cultural Tourism
and Waterfront Development Conference in Tours, France, March 26-29, 1990.

"Gentrification: A Tale of Four Cities," Panel Discussant at the 31st Annual Conference of the
American Collegiate Schools of Planning in Portland, Oregon, October 4-7, 1989.




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"Non-Profit Leadership in Rebuilding Neighborhoods: The Case of the Preservation Resource
Center's 'Operation Comeback' Project in New Orleans, LA." (with Kristine Miranne). Paper
presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning in
Portland, Oregon, October 4-7, 1989.

"Cultural Tourism: Enhancing Community Image through Promotion of the Arts and
Architectural Heritage." Presentation to Mid-South Women in Travel, Metairie, LA, June 27,
1989.

"Tourism Planning." Panel organizer and participant for the American Planning Association 1989
National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, April 29-May 3, 1989.

"Cultural Tourism: A Downtown Redevelopment Strategy," (with Anne Rheams). Paper
presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Baltimore, Maryland,
March 15-18, 1989.

"Tourism Planning as a Component of Downtown Economic Development: The Case of the
Vieux Carre of New Orleans," (with Ann Masson, Richard 0. Baumbach, Jr. and John Elstrott).
Paper presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the American Collegiate Schools of Planning,
Buffalo, New York, October 27-30, 1988.

"Tourism Planning," Panel participant at Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Chapter of the
American Planning Association, Shreveport, LA, October 5-7, 1988.

"Issues and Opportunities for Cultural Tourism in New Orleans," Panel participant and
Conference Coordinator for Selling the City...Without Selling Out, a three day International
Symposium on Cultural Tourism, New Orleans, March 24-26, 1988.

"Comparative Waterfront Redevelopment: St. Louis and New Orleans." Panel organizer and
participant at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association in St. Louis, Missouri,
March 9-12, 1988.

"The Olmsted Legacy: Managing and Expanding Park Systems in New Orleans and Elsewhere."
Panel participant in Seventh Annual Conference of the National Association for Olmsted Parks,
New Orleans, April 25-26, 1987.

"The Future Value of the Past." Forum presentation for 50th Anniversary of the Vieux Carre
Commission held at the Old U.S. Mint, November 1, 1987.

"Downtown Design and Retailing Patterns: The Changing Face of Canal Street, New Orleans,
Louisiana, 1887-1987." (with Barry Keim). Paper presented at the 29th Annual Conference of the
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Los Angeles, California, November 5-8, 1987.

"Cities Awash: The Phenomenon of the Aquarium as a Catalyst for Downtown Economic
Development." (with Monica Reilly). Paper presented at the 17th Annual Meeting of the Urban
Affairs Association, Akron, Ohio, April 22-25, 1987.

"The Malling (Mauling) of Urban America: An Analysis of the Tarnished Image of Downtown
Pedestrian Malls." (with Monica Reilly). Paper presented at the 1986 American Society of
Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 10-12, 1986.



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"Renaissance on the River: A History of Recent Riverfront Development in New Orleans," (with
Richard 0. Baumbach, Jr. and Susan Drake). Paper presented to the International Workshop on
Heritage and Conservation: Jerusalem as a Laboratory, Jerusalem Israel, March 15-22, 1986.
"Litigation as a Sword or a Shield: The Case of the New Orleans Preservation Resource Center."
Paper presented at the 1986 Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Ft. Worth, Texas,
March 5-8, 1986.

"The Evolving Cityscape: Socio-Economic Impacts of the Louisiana World Exposition," (with
Alma H. Young and Mary-Kate Tews). Paper presented at the 1985 Annual Meeting of the Urban
Affairs Association, Norfolk, Virginia, April 17-20, 1985.

"The Resurgence of Urban Waterfronts: Redevelopment Along the Mississippi River's Edge in
New Orleans," (with Richard 0. Baumbach, Jr. and Susan Drake). Paper presented at the 1985
Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Norfolk, Virginia, April 17-20, 1985.

"A Strategy for Managing Land Use Change: The Case Study of the Historic Warehouse District,
New Orleans, Louisiana," (with Teresa Wilkinson). Paper presented at the 1985 Annual
Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Atlanta, Georgia, November 1,
1985.

"New Orleans Architectural Guide" member of Architectural jury at Tulane University School of
Architecture, February 16, 1984.

"Urban Riverfront Development: The Future of the New Orleans Riverfront." Presentation at the
International Symposium on Urban Riverfront Development, New Orleans, Louisiana, October
30, 1984.

"Redevelopment Process in Urban Centers: The Urban Design Response." Presentation at the 26th
Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, New York, New York,
October, 19-21, 1984.

"Revitalizing the Central Business District: A Case Study of New Orleans, 1965-1983," (with
Alma H. Young and Janet C. Brown). Paper presented at the 1984 Annual Meeting of the Urban
Affairs Association, Portland, Oregon, March 21-24, 1984.

"New Orleans Historic Warehouse District: The Planner's Role in Managing Land Use Change."
Presentation at the Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association Annual Conference,
Shreveport, Louisiana, October, 1983.

"The Olmsted Tradition in the American Park Movement: Influence on the Development of New
Orleans Parks." Presentation to the New Orleans League of Women Voters, Park and Open Space
Planning Committee, New Orleans, Louisiana, August, 1983.

"Central City, New Orleans: Historical Development and Architectural Significance,"
Presentation to the Board of the Central City Resident Improvement Association, City Planning
Commission, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 1983.

"Determining Local Recreation Needs," Presentation at the fall meeting of the Recreation,
Tourism and Wildlife Committee, Office of Program Development, Louisiana State Department
of Culture, Recreation and Tourism. Chicot State Park, Ville Platte, Louisiana, October, 1981.



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"Public-Private Partnerships in Delivery of Recreation Services," (with R. Biava). Paper
presented
at the Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association Annual Conference, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, October, 1981.

"Case Study: 1984 World's Fair Site," Presentation and Session Moderator at the 35th National
Trust for Historic Preservation Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, October 1981.

"Neighborhood Commercial Revitalization in New Orleans: A Citizen-Oriented Approach," (with
P. Grewe-Carlucci). Paper presented at the American Planning Association National Conference,
Boston, Massachusetts, April, 1981.

"Reducing Recreation Vandalism: A Planning Approach," Paper presented at the Louisiana Parks
and Recreation Association Conference, New Iberia, Louisiana, December, 1980.

"Design for Maintenance: Planning Considerations for Parks and Playground," (with P. Finch).
Paper presented at the Congress for Recreation and Parks, National Recreation and Parks
Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, October, 1979.



PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS / INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Breaking Ground in New Orleans, Invited Panel Presentation at the University of Pennsylvania,
Penn Institute for Urban Research Public Interest Series, Philadelphia, PA., January 22, 2007.

Building in the Aftermath: On the Ground – An Update on the Rebuilding of the Gulf
Coast, Invited Panel Presentation at the National Building Museum, Washington, D.C.,
October 4, 2006.

Towns, Gowns, and Outreach from Academia: University Partnerships for Recovery and
Restoration, Panel Presentation at ICMA Conference – Restoration 2006: Community and
Economic Recovery After a Disaster, New Orleans, LA., May 17, 2006.

Restoring Historical and Cultural Assets after a Disaster, Panel Presentation at ICMA
Conference - Restoration 2006: Community and Economic Recovery After a Disaster, New
Orleans, LA., May 16, 2006.

The Cultural Mosaic: Post-Katrina Planning and Historic Preservation to Safeguard Cultural
Uniqueness in New Orleans, Invited Keynote Address for AIA Seattle Conference – Historic/
Cultural Crossroads: Historic Buildings and Neighborhoods in the Context of Cultural Design,
Seattle, WA., May 11, 2006.

APA’s Response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Panel Presentation at the American Planning
Association National Conference, San Antonio, TX., April 24, 2006.

Reframing Neighborhoods: New Orleans and the Post-Katrina Era, Invited Plenary Panel
Presentation at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada, April 21, 2006.




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Rebuilding New Orleans, for Whom? Planning, Design and Environmental Issues, Invited Forum
Panel Presentation at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs, Cleveland State
University, Cleveland, OH., March 9, 2006.

AICP Charter Members Roundtable at the American Planning Association National Conference,
Washington, D.C., April 24-28, 2004.




HONORS, AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS:

       Personal Achievement

       Seraphia D. Leyda University Teaching Fellowship (2003)
       Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners (1999)
       Louisiana Preservation Alliance Education Award (1997)
       Vieux Carre Commission - Elizabeth T. Werlein Medal (1995)
       New Orleans Magazine - Iberville Award for Riverfront Revival (1994)
       College of Urban & Public Affairs, UNO - Outstanding Teacher (1993-94)
       Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association-Distinguished Professional
               Achievement Award (1985)
       Environmental Protection Agency Fellow (Academic Year 1975-1976)
       American Society of Landscape Architects - National Certificate of Merit (1974)

       Awards for Projects and Video Documentaries

       1999 Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association Outstanding Planning Award
             for a
        Special Community Initiative – “New Orleans Urban Parks Initiative”

       Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association AICP Student Project Award as
       director of the following studies:

       1992    "Kenner Area Redevelopment Strategy"

       1993    "Changing Land Use in the Vieux Carre: Managing Growth to Preserve a
               National Landmark District"

       1994    "Gambling with the Future of New Orleans Newest Neighborhood"

       1995    "Enhancing the Sense of Place in Treme: Mechanisms for Preserving a Unique
               Historic Neighborhood"

       1997    "On the Avenue: A Plan to Revitalize the Lower St. Charles Corridor

       Louisiana Chapter American Planning Association Broadcast Journalism Award (1985)
               for "Goin' Down to the River"




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GRANTS AND CONTRACTS FUNDED:

City-wide Unified New Orleans Plan ($136,760)                               Oct. 2006- Jan. 2007
       Project participant for preparation of the Community Facilities Assessment and planning
       component of the post-Katrina recovery city-wide plan in New Orleans, Louisiana

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers / GCR and Associates, Inc. ($47,000)                  2000-2005
       Project participant for Citizen-Based Mitigation Committee of the Inner Harbor
       Navigation Canal Lock Replacement Project in New Orleans, Louisiana

Earth Search, Inc. ($25,300)                                                                 2002
        Project director for preparation of historic district conservation plans for the Bywater and
        Holy Cross National Historic Districts in New Orleans, Louisiana

Jefferson Parish Planning Department ($50,000)                                         2002
        Co-project director for preparation of a Zoning Analysis of Causeway Boulevard between
        West Napoleon Avenue and Metairie Road

Jefferson Parish Planning Department ($745,000)                                    2001-2002
        Project participant in the Envision Jefferson 2020 parish-wide comprehensive planning
        process

Jefferson Parish Planning Department ($35,000)                                           2002
        Co-project director of a land use and zoning analysis for Crown Point, Louisiana

New Orleans City Park ($3,000)                                                              2002
      Project director to develop a visioning presentation for the City Park Board

City of Covington ($17,500)                                                       1998-2002
        Co-project director to develop a Covington Courthouse Overlay District zoning proposal

Downtown Development District ($1,500)                                                  2000
      Co-project director for preparation of a report on the Canal Street – Vieux Carre
      Connection in New Orleans, Louisiana

Vieux Carre Property Owners, Residents, and Associates ($2,000)                             1999
       Project director on a study of condominium conversions in the Vieux Carre

The Trust for Public Land ($7,500)                                                          1999
       Project director for G.I.S. mapping project for CBD riverfront open space land
       acquisition in New Orleans, Louisiana

Lila Wallace-Readers Digest Foundation/Parkway Partners ($50,000)                       1998
       Project director of Urban Park Initiative study for four neighborhood parks in New
       Orleans, Louisiana

St. Charles Avenue Association ($3,000)                                                 1997
        Co-project director for study of land use and development issues in the commercial sector
        of St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, Louisiana

Lake Pontchartrain Basin Foundation ($3,000)                                                1995


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        Co-project Director with Fritz Wagner for study of "Environmentally Sensitive Uses on
        the South Shore of Lake Pontchartrain."

New Orleans City Planning Commission ($56,793)                                         1995
      Faculty Participant in Multi-University "Study of Land-based and Riverboat Gaming in
      New Orleans." Co-project Director for Task IV to study real estate and land-use impacts
      of gaming.

PTFI/UNO                                                                           1994-1997
Irian Jaya New Town ($395,455)
         Co-project Director to study Quality of Life and Governance Issues for Mining
         Community in Irian Jaya, Indonesia.

Downtown Development District ($6,500)                                                 1993
      Co-project director for Warehouse District Land Use Study

National Trust for Historic Preservation/Preservation Resource Center                  1990
of New Orleans ($15,200).
       Project Director for study of "Waterfront Development and its Effects on Adjacent
       Historic Districts"

Louisiana Division of Historic Preservation, Department of Culture                     1989
Recreation and Tourism ($7,000)
        Project Director for "Historic Structures Survey of Old Metairie"

National Trust for Historic Preservation ($12,000)                                     1988
       Co-Project Director for Cultural Tourism Study and Symposium

National Endowment for the Arts and Downtown Development District ($1,500)             1987
       Project Director, Loyola-Poydras Corridor Study.

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities ($1,000)                                        1986
        Project Director, St. Louis Cemeteries Video Documentary

City of Gretna, Louisiana ($3,000)                                                     1986
        Co-Project Director for Gretna Economic Development Study

City of Kenner, Louisiana ($3,000)                                                     1984
        Project Director for Rivertown Historic District Study

Mayor's Office, City of New Orleans ($12,000)                                          1983
       Co-Project Director, City of New Orleans Recreation Master Plan

Jefferson Parish Recreation Department ($13,750)                                       1981
        Project Director, Jefferson Parish Recreation Master Plan

Louisiana Department of Urban and Community Affairs ($10,000)                         1981
        Faculty Participant, Downtown revitalization study of Bogalusa, LA’s Columbia St.
Mayor's Office, City of New Orleans ($1,000)                                          1980
        Project Director, Lower Ninth Ward Neighborhood Study



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Louisiana Department of Natural Resources ($20,000)                                       1979
        Co-Project Director on feasibility study of alternative means of developing a channel
        from New Iberia/Weeks Island Strategic Petroleum Reserve Area to the Gulf of Mexico.

National Trust for Historic Preservation ($9,000)                                      1978
       Project Director, Preservation Education Fund Grant




MAJOR AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST:

       Historic Preservation Planning
       Urban Design
       Architectural and Environmental History
       Land Use Planning
       Downtown Growth Management
       Neighborhood Planning
       Tourism Planning
       Parks and Open Space Design and Management

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

Documentation of Teaching Activities:

       Courses currently taught:

       MURP 4200       American City Planning
       MURP 4400       Introduction to Preservation Planning
       MURP 6720       Capstone/Site Planning

       Courses also taught:

       MURP 4750       Design and Management of Urban Parks and Open Spaces
       MURP 4800       Culture and Planning
       MURP 4001       Comparative Urban Planning: Canada / England and Scotland / Boston
                       and Baltimore / Charleston and Savannah / Chicago
       MURP 4710       Introduction to Urban Design
       MURP 6180       Advanced Urban Design
       MURP 4140       Environmental Planning
       MURP 4600       City and Regional Planning
       URBN 4000       The New Orleans Metropolitan Region




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ACADEMIC SERVICE

University Service:

        Department Chair (2006-present)
        Program Coordinator of Master of Urban and Regional Planning program (2002-present)
        Graduate Coordinator of Master of Urban & Regional Planning and Master of
                Science in Urban Studies (1985-2001)
        Coordinator of Preservation Planning Concentration (1980-present)
        Coordinator of Peace Corps Fellows Program (2000-2003)
        Program Director, DeBlois Endowment (1987-1992)
        Policy Committee.University Senate (1992-1994), Vice Chair (1992-93),
                Strategic Planning Committee (1992-1994)
        Special Assistant to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student
                Affairs - University Academic Planning Process (1989-1991)
        University Planning Advisory Committee, ex-officio (1989-1991)
        SACS Institutional Effectiveness and Institutional Research Committee (1991-1994)
        Graduate Council (1987-1992 and 1995 –2006)
        Graduate Council Curriculum Sub-Committee - (Chair, 1990)
        Graduate Council Nominations Sub-Committee (1995-96, 2003-06)
        Technology Transfer Review Committee (1988-1990)
        Faculty Council Committee on Awards and Honors (1986-1988, 2005)
        Faculty Council Committee on Library and Audio-Visual Services (1991-1992)
        Faculty Council Hearings Committee (2001-2002)
        Provost Search Committee (1988-89)
        Graduate Dean Search Committee (1993 and 1996)



Public Service/Professional Memberships:

        Member of APA Planning Assessment Team following Hurricane Katrina (Nov. 2006)
        Member of Urban Design Sub-Committee of Mayor Nagin’s Bring New Orleans Back
                Commission
        Urban Affairs Association - National board member (1995-2001)
                Secretary-Treasurer of Board (1996-97)
                Chair, National Conference Site Selection Committee (1995)
        American Planning Association (APA) - member
        APA 1991 and 2001 National Conference Host Committees
        APA National Conference Policy Task Force (1997)
        Louisiana Chapter, APA - Member, State Vice-President (1980-82),
                Executive Committee (1991-present)
        American Institute of Certified Planners - member
        Registered Landscape Architect - State of Louisiana
        New Orleans City Park – Board of Directors (2007-present)
        Louisiana Society of Landscape Architects - member
        N.O.Historic District Landmarks Commission - Commission member (1983-1992)
        Vieux Carre Property Owners, Residents and Associates - Board member (1997-2001)
        Preservation Resource Center - Board of Directors (1985-1990)
                Executive Committee Member (1988-89)



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Historic Faubourg St. Mary Corporation - Chairman of Board (1994-1996),
        Vice Chairman (1991-1993)
        Executive Committee Member (1989-1996)
Top 10 by 2010 / Metrovision – Technical Advisory Committee member (2001-2002)
Downtown Development District - St. Charles Avenue Task Force and
        Task Force on Downtown Housing (2000)
National Council for Preservation Education
Joint Center for Tourism Research, Education and Planning - Founding member
Step Together New Orleans – Technical Advisory Committee member (2004-2005)




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