“The relationship between public transportation and urban land use is highly complex. As transit oriented development (TOD) has become a new paradigm for growth in Metro Vancouver it is essential to critically unpack TOD to expose its policy contradictions.”
Supervisor: D. Ley
Entry Date: 2014-09-01
Honours: J. Lewis Robinson Memorial Scholarship 2016, Joseph Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholarship 2015, Faculty of Arts Graduate Award 2014, Walter G. Hardwick Scholarship in Urban Studies 2014, Robert S. Wyly Scholarship in Urban Studies 2013, Faculty of Arts Graduate Award 2013, UBC Dean’s List Recipient 2012, Geography Alumni Scholarship 2011, Jimmy Grewal Memorial Award in Geography 2011, Walter G. Harwick Scholarship in Urban Studies 2011
GEOG457 Social and Behavioural Geography Sections
Theories of social change in the global city; labour markets; poverty and inequality; social polarization; housing markets; gentrification and housing affordability; immigration and segregation; diversity and multiculturalism; transnationalism; the entrepreneurial state; the convivial city.
One fine body…