2011-2012 SCaRP Graduates

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SCaRP would like to congratulate the thirty-nine students who have received the Master of City and Regional Planning degree in the past twelve months. The MCRP degree is a professional degree which prepares students to work on complex planning problems at the local, regional, state, and national levels. In addition to completing more than forty hours of core, specialization, and elective graduate coursework, the MCRP degree requires the completion of an applied planning studio and an applied research paper or thesis examining an issue of local, regional, or national planning significance.

Summer 2011    
Leslie Silvana Caceda: "Urban Forestry as Part of the Solution to Managing Urban Stormwater: Applying GIS, Remote Sensing and Environmental Planning to Atlanta's Historic Old Fourth Ward Neighborhood"
Thomas Sabino Caiafa: "An Evaluation of Transit-Oriented Development Opportunities Along MARTA's North Line Extension Plan"
Chris Riley Faulkner: "Georgia's Regional Water Plans: Recommendations for Implementation"
Gavin Patrick Johns: "Amphibious Urbanism"
Carolyn Ann Knable: "The Rise of Vacancies in the Residential Market: History, Trends and Solutions"
Moki Makaram Macias: "Neighborhood Change and the Politics of Place in Grant Park, Atlanta: Histories of Community Development, 1960-2000"
Chibuzor Eberechukwu Ugenyi: "Displacement Due to Gentrification: Mitigation Strategies"

Fall 2011    
Michael Cullen: “Cycling for Everyone: Designing a Legitimate Bicycle Transportation System”
Emily McClendon: “The Efficacy of Green Roofs in Reducing the Urban heat Island Effect in Atlanta, GA”
Jaeho Yoon: “Do Building Energy Codes Impede Real Estate Development Activities?”

Spring 2012    
Brijith Canti Alex: "Patterns in Tree Canopy Cover in Georgia"
James Edward Bikoff: "Conservation Subdivisions: Benefits and Barriers of Sensible Development"
Carnell Xavier Brame: "Comparative Spatial Analysis of Neighborhood Services in Raleigh, NC"
Stefanie Rachael Brodie: "Incorporating Accessibility into Environmental Justice Assessment: Applications in the Atlanta Metropolitan Region"*
Wesley Adam Brooks: "Going Green: Georgia Institute of Technology's Sustainability Plan and Its Failures in Land Use and Transportation"
Allison Anne Buchwach: "Using Public Spaces Freely: Ownership and Management of Public Spaces"
Jason Garza: "Time-Variable Multi-Programed Space Strategies for Designing in the Public Realm"
Ryan Michael Hagerty: "Building Up while Building Out: Residential Infill and Smart Growth Development in Metro Atlanta"
Michael Raymon Hellier: "The Future of Atlanta's Housing Opportunity Fund"
Marney Avidan Kimmel: "Implementing Electric Vehicle Usage in Atlanta, Georgia: Policy and Planning Approaches for Public Officials"
Audrey Frances Leous: "Variables that Influence Public Support for Transportation Referendums"
Kevin Patrick Mahoney: "An Investment Product for the Times: The Case for Creating a Real Estate Investment Trust that Fosters Sustainable Cities"
Andrew Patrick McBurney: "A Glimpse of Bike-n-Bus: An Exploratory Survey of the United States"*
Johanna Barclay McCrehan: "Atlanta Community Design Center"
Alecia P. Mills: "Analysis of Georgia's Textile and Apparel Industries (2005-2010)"
John David Minter: "Economic Gardening: Mapping Fertile Gardens"
Michelle Kim Mondragon: "Small Area Plan for "Dekalb County's NE Expressway's Wetland Reserve and Green Corridor""
Min Na: "The Effect of Foreclosure on Vancancy at the Neighborhood Level"
Mary May Richardson: "Future Considerations of the Maddox Park Greenhouse: an exploration of urban food production and education as a means to community revitalization in Atlanta's West Side"
Philip William Schaeffing: "Transit-Accessible Workforce Housing Opportunities in Atlanta"
Laura Rebecca Schultz: "A Changing Paradigm? Measuring Urban Decentralization through the Great Recession"
Patrick Dale Sewell: "Centers All The Way Down: A Study of Centrality in the Modern City"*
Andrew John Swope: "Quantifying Neighborhood Change in Little Five Points"
Stephen August Taul: "Parking: It's Effect on the Form and the Experience of the City"
Joshua Kenneth Thompson: "Green Infrastructure/Green Urbanism: Analyzing and Cataloguing Green Techniques and their Application to the City"
Kimberly Wadelton: "Indonesian Urban Sprawl"
Cara Alexandra Woods: "Where Does Atlanta's NPU System Stand in the Changing Face of Community Engagement at the Municipal Level"
Bin Yan: "Land Values Impacts of Subway Stations: A Case Study of Beijing City"
Keenan Wayne Yates: "Privately Owned and Federally Subsidized: An Inventory and 10 Year Outlook on Atlanta's Affordable Multifamily Rental Supply"

* Indicates the work was a Master’s thesis
Compiled by Anna Harkness


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  • Created By:David Morton
  • Created:08/16/2012
  • Modified By:Fletcher Moore
  • Modified:10/07/2016



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