Rayman Mohamed comes to SCaRP as visiting prof. from Wayne State Department of Urban Studies and Planning

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Rayman Mohamed, associate professor of urban studies and planning at Wayne State University, will be at the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning for the fall semester while he is on sabbatical from Wayne State. Mohamed comes to Georgia Tech with expertise in brownfields redevelopment, psychology in planning, and decision-making by developers. His most recent paper, co-authored with Rainer vom Hofe of the University of Cincinnati, examined the spillover effects of sprawl on accidents.

Mohamed received his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Guyana, his MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of South Florida, and his PhD in City and Regional Planning from Cornell. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge, resident scholar in the Humanities Center at Wayne State, and a Master’s dissertation supervisor at University College, University of London.


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  • Created By: Jessie Brandon
  • Created: 09/25/2014
  • Modified By: Fletcher Moore
  • Modified: 10/07/2016


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