UAP Faculty

The multi-disciplinary expertise of both our full-time and part-time faculty extends beyond traditional foci to include related specialties such as urban public health, history, governance, design and media. This unique blend of knowledge informs work in both the classroom and on the ground in communities, neighborhoods and cities around the world. As an added benefit, our part-time faculty is made up of working professionals who are experts in their own right and are able to bring volumes of experience and capacity to the classes they teach.
Tom Angotti Lecturing About Unity Plan
Faculty Profile
Through his work at the Center for Community Planning & Development, Professor Tom Angotti promotes knowledge, applied research, and innovative practice in community planning & development. Read More
Joe Viteritti at Panel Discussion
Faculty Profile
UAP Chair Joseph Viteritti, who specializes in governance, public policy and education, was recently named Thomas Hunter Professor of Public Policy. Read More
Peter Kwong with the Dalai Lama
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Professor Peter Kwong’s commitment to human rights and social justice transcends his academic reputation – he is also a journalist, advocate and documentary filmmaker. Read More
Jill Gross visiting the Design & Democracy exhibit in Scotland
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As a Fulbright Scholar based in Dublin, Professor Jill Gross sought to identify new definitions for urban citizenship in an age of increasingly intricate migration patterns. Read More

News Feed: Faculty

05.06.2015 | Prof. McCormick writes on manufacturing retention in NYC Associate Professor Lynn McCormick, who teaches courses in economic development, employment policy and planning, and manufacturing retention, authored a chapter in the recently published Handbook...Read More

04.30.2015 | Prof. Shipp’s recent book receives Great Places Award from EDRA Each year, the Environmental Design Research Association recognizes professional and scholarly excellence in environmental design. Award-winning projects reflect an interdisciplinary approach that is enduring, human-centered,...Read More

04.10.2015 | Prof. Gross elected Chair of Urban Affairs Association The Urban Affairs Association (UAA) is the international professional organization for urban scholars, researchers, and public service professionals. Congratulations to Associate Professor Jill Gross, who...Read More

01.07.2015 | Director of Urban Affairs Professor Gross published in journal UAP Professor and Director of the Urban Affairs program, Jill Simone Gross was recently published in Cities: The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning. Her work,...Read More

12.19.2014 | UAP Adjunct Prof. Ted Orosz Published for American Planning Association Ted Orosz, an adjunct lecturer in the Hunter College Urban Planning program, in collaboration with Sean Di Luccio, a planning undergraduate student at the State University of New...Read More

12.03.2014 | Hunter UAP Professor Owen Gutfreund gives presentation for German research foundation workshop In 2011, the International Research Training Group 1705 "The World in the City" was established under the auspices of the TU Berlin in conjunction with...Read More

11.07.2014 | UAP Professor William Milczarski invited to UN and appeared on Emerald Planet Based on the research his research with Professor Peter Tuckel in the Department of Sociology at Hunter, Hunter UAP Professor William Milczarski was invited to be part...Read More

10.03.2014 | Hunter UAP Professor William Milczarski collaborative report published in Journal of Safety Research Hunter UAP Professor William Milczarski along with Professor Peter Tuckel in the Department of Sociology at Hunter and Professor Richard Maisel in the Department of...Read More

07.01.2014 | UAP faculty Laxmi Ramasubramanian honored with service award The University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) has announced two recipients for its inaugural Service Award, which recognizes individuals who have significantly contributed to...Read More

06.03.2014 | New book edited by UAP Professor Sigmund C. Shipp Professor Sigmund C. Shipp is an editor of recently published Community Matters: Service-Learning in Engaged Design and Planning (Routledge, 2014). The book explores issues that...Read More