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  • Nathanael Hoelzel

Nathanael Hoelzel's research interests involve structures and performance of local governance and planning strategies for revitalizing manufacturing in inner-city neighborhoods impacted by brownfields. His dissertation is supported by a U.S. EPA STAR Fellowship. Nate has published in theJournal of the American Planning AssociationJournal of Industrial Ecology, and Progressive Planning. At Tech, he has held positions as a research assistant on the NSF-funded project Sustainable Industrial System for Urban Regions (SISFUR) and as a lead technical advisor for the City of Atlanta’s U.S. EPA Brownfields Area-wide Planning Pilot. Nate has spoken at national conferences about vacant properties, smart growth, and brownfield redevelopment and financing. Prior to joining Tech, he managed Cleveland’s industrial-commercial land bank and brownfield redevelopment programs.

Nathanael earned a B.S. degree in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management from the University of Findlay and a Master's degree in Community Planning from the University of Cincinnati.

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