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An Evening with Fellows of AICP
October 20, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
The New Jersey Chapter of the American Planning Association is pleased to present “An Evening with Fellows of AICP” on Thursday, October 20th from 4pm-6pm in the Special Events Forum at the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy in New Brunswick. A reception will follow at Garden State Ale House (appetizers will be provided and there will be a cash bar). There is no charge for this event.
Election to Fellow is one of the highest honors that the American Institute of Certified Planners bestows upon a member. Fellows of AICP are honored in recognition of the achievements of the planner as an individual, elevating the Fellow before the public and the profession as a model planner who has made significant contributions to planning and society.
Join us and hear from four of New Jersey’s distinguished Fellows and the ups and downs of their respective careers. There will be a question and answer period to follow. Emerging professionals and students are strongly encouraged to attend.
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Meet the Fellows
Philip B. Caton, FAICP, PP– Phil Caton has directed land use programming, site planning and redevelopment initiatives for public agencies and as a private consultant for over 35 years. Mr. Caton has prepared Redevelopment Plans for most of New Jersey’s large cities, including: Trenton, Camden, Jersey City and Elizabeth. Phil is an acknowledged expert in affordable housing and in the Transfer of Development Rights (TDR).
Stuart Meck, PhD, FAICP, PP – Stuart is an associate research professor and previous director of the Center for Planning Practice in the Bloustein School. He teaches planning law, planning and land use administration, history and theory of planning, ethics in planning and public policy, and transportation impact analysis for development proposals. A specialist in planning statute reform and land use controls, Stuart is a former national president of the American Planning Association, has 44 years of experience as a professional planner, researcher, and municipal administrator, and has written widely on planning and land use controls.
J. Michael Cobb, PhD, FAICP, PP – Michael has over thirty years of international experience in urban, regional and environmental infrastructure planning and development for projects in SE Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and the US. Although his current IDC work focuses on adaptation to climate change in developing countries, he previously was head of Urban and Infrastructure Planning for Bechtel Corporation’s worldwide operations, and has also served as an executive with Planning Research Corporation, AECOM, the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority in Jordan, and has been an adjunct faculty member at PennDesign teaching international development.
David N. Kinsey, PhD, FAICP, PP – David has been a planner in private practice since1984, specializing in affordable housing planning; he also has been teaching planning at Princeton University since 1998. During 1975-1983, Kinsey served in the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, where he designed and implemented the coastal management program.