People

Through the Faculty Fellows Program, the Institute fosters an environment that encourages cross-disciplinary connections and nurtures a collaborative spirit among faculty across the 12 schools. This program identifies faculty with a demonstrated interest in urban research and provides research and communication services.

View by:
,
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
clear
Faculty Fellow

John Landis

x

Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning

About

John Landis is Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning in the School of Design, the faculty advisor for the MUSA program, as well as the faculty coordinator for both the Real Estate Design and Development Certificate and the GIS Certificate. He served as the Department Chair of City and Regional Planning 2009 to 2017. Prior to arriving at Penn in 2007, he was on the planning faculties of the University of California-Berkeley (1987–2007), Georgia Tech (1985–1986), and the University of Rhode Island (1983–1984). Professor Landis serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Planning Association, the Journal of Planning Education and Research, and Housing Policy Debate. His research interests span a variety of urban development topics; his recent research and publications focus on gentrification and neighborhood change, affordable housing, sprawl and growth management, metropolitan economic resilience, and smart cities technologies. Professor Landis currently serves as Penn’s team leader on the joint University of Texas/University of Pennsylvania Transportation Center on Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions.

Selected Publications

Landis, John, Erick Guerra, and David Hsu. 2017. “Intersecting residential and transportation CO2 emissions: Metropolitan climate change programs in the Age of Trump.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 1-21.

Landis, John. 2017. “The end of sprawl? Not so fast.” Housing Policy Debate 27(5): 659-697. 

Landis, John. 2016. “Tracking and explaining neighborhood socioeconomic change in U.S. metropolitan areas between 1990 and 2010.” Housing Policy Debate 26(1): 2-52.

x

Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning

About

John Landis is Crossways Professor of City and Regional Planning in the School of Design, the faculty advisor for the MUSA program, as well as the faculty coordinator for both the Real Estate Design and Development Certificate and the GIS Certificate. He served as the Department Chair of City and Regional Planning 2009 to 2017. Prior to arriving at Penn in 2007, he was on the planning faculties of the University of California-Berkeley (1987–2007), Georgia Tech (1985–1986), and the University of Rhode Island (1983–1984). Professor Landis serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of the American Planning Association, the Journal of Planning Education and Research, and Housing Policy Debate. His research interests span a variety of urban development topics; his recent research and publications focus on gentrification and neighborhood change, affordable housing, sprawl and growth management, metropolitan economic resilience, and smart cities technologies. Professor Landis currently serves as Penn’s team leader on the joint University of Texas/University of Pennsylvania Transportation Center on Cooperative Mobility for Competitive Megaregions.

Selected Publications

Landis, John, Erick Guerra, and David Hsu. 2017. “Intersecting residential and transportation CO2 emissions: Metropolitan climate change programs in the Age of Trump.” Journal of Planning Education and Research 1-21.

Landis, John. 2017. “The end of sprawl? Not so fast.” Housing Policy Debate 27(5): 659-697. 

Landis, John. 2016. “Tracking and explaining neighborhood socioeconomic change in U.S. metropolitan areas between 1990 and 2010.” Housing Policy Debate 26(1): 2-52.

Bring our latest initiatives, publications and events to your inbox.