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    Eric Busby Wen-Ching Chuang Tapan Dhar Jared Enriquez Carla Kayanan Huyen Le Chaosu Li Bintia Mahato Cheryl Montgomery Kim Mosby Hogeun Park Ty Redden Andrea Restrepo-Mieth Hugo Sarmiento Shruti Syal Gervais Tabopda Kailai Wang

  • Analytical Methods and Computer Applications Wen-Ching Chuang Huyen Le Chaosu Li Cheryl Montgomery Hogeun Park Gerbais Tabopda Kailai Wang

    Economic Development Carla Kayanan

    Environmental Planning and Resource Management Wen-Ching Chuang Tapan Dhar Jared Enriquez Huyen Le Chaosu Li Kim Mosby Hogeun Park Hugo Sarmiento Shruti Syal Gervais Tabopda

    Food Systems, Community Health, Safety Wen-Ching Chuang

    Gender and Diversity in Planning Bintia Mahato Cheryl Montgomery Ty Redden Kailai Wang

    Housing and Community Development Eric Busby Tapan Dhar Kim Mosby Ty Redden Hugo Sarmiento

    International Development Planning Bintia Mahato Hogeun Park Ty Redden Andrew Restrepo-Mieth Hugo Sarmiento Shruti Syal

    Land Use Policy & Governance Eric Busby Jared Enriquez Chaosu Li Gervais Tabopda

    Planning Education and Pedagogy Cheryl Montgomery

    Planning Process, Administration, Law, and Dispute Resolution Andrea Restrepo-Mieth

    Planning Theory Carla Kayanan Andera Restrepo-Mieth

    Regional Planning Jared Enriquez Shruti Syal

    Transportation and Infrastructure Planning Huyen Le Kim Mosby Kailai Wang

    Urban Design Eric Busby Tapan Dhar Carla Kayanan Bintia Mahato

  • Eric Busby Texas Tech University College of Architecture Lubbock, TX 79401 Phone: (469) 223-5351 Email: EDUCATION

    Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 2019 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD Candidate), Land-Use Planning, Management, and Design, Exp. May 2019

    Dissertation: “Examining the Impact of Downtown Revitalization on Residential Values: An Evaluation of the Downtown Dallas 360 Plan and Its Effect on Surrounding Neighborhood Districts”

    2015 Master of Science – Architecture (MS), Urban & Community Design Thesis: “The Cost of Revitalization: A Development Feasibility Study for the Central Business District

    of Downtown Lubbock, Texas” 2006 Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX Master of Business Administration (MBA) 2001 Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, TX Bachelor of Architecture (BArch) RESEARCH & TEACHING INTERESTS Affordable Housing Development, Community Development, Downtown Revitalization, Gentrification, Geographic Information Systems, Historic Preservation, Housing Policy, Land-Use Planning, Local and Regional Economic Development, Neighborhood Planning, Non-Profit roles in development, Participatory Planning, Planning History & Theory, Real Estate, Rural Planning, Sustainability, Zoning and Municipal Ordinances PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS Texas Real Estate Commission, Sales Agent #694874 U.S. Green Building Council, LEED Green Associate #10772968 State of Texas Notary Public #129013707 OSHA 10-Hour Safety Training ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Aug. 2012 - Aug. 2015 Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX Graduate Research Assistant; Department of Real Estate, Jerry S. Rawls College of Business

    FIN 5332: Fundamentals of Real Estate, Graduate. Aug. 2011 - May 2014 Northwood University, Cedar Hill, TX Instructor - Management

    MGT 2300: Principles of Management MGT 4250: Organizational Behavior MGT 2500: Human Resource Management MGT 3700: Practice of Management and Leadership

    Aug. 2008 - May 2010 Tarrant County College - Southeast Campus, Arlington, TX Adjunct Instructor - Construction Management

    CNBT 1300: Construction Graphics CNBT 1342: Building Codes and Inspections

    Jan. 2007 – Dec. 2007 Tarrant County College - South Campus, Ft. Worth, TX Adjunct Instructor

    DFTG 1409: Basic Cad Drafting


    “The Impact of Financial Institution Branch Locations on Surrounding Property Values”: A quantitative study that uses GIS to analyze the impact of new bank branch locations on surrounding residential property values. (Josh Fairbanks, Paul R. Goebel and Eric Busby) Accepted for presentation at the American Real Estate Society Annual meeting in San Diego, California April 2014 “Municipal Signage and Zoning Ordinance Assessment”: A qualitative survey examining the variations of municipal ordinances regarding exterior signage types, and the use of billboards for off-premise advertising. MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS Busby, E. (2018). At the intersection of progress and change: Evaluating revitalization and its impact on the surrounding community. Busby, E. (2019). The Cost of Winning: An examination of the impact of successful secondary school athletic programs on school planning and athletic facility construction. RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS (Selected) Busby, E. “Municipal Signage and Zoning Ordinance Assessment” Texas Tech University Graduate School Research Symposium, (Poster), Lubbock, Texas, April 2014 Busby, E. & Ham, D. “Understanding the Relevance of a Doctoral Degree in Professional Practice”. Annual Conference, National Organization of Minority Architects, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 2014 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE June 2015 - Present, Project Manager, Jacobs/Acari Project Management Group, Garland, TX Apr. 2002 - Dec. 2011, Sr. Manager, Neptune Group, LLC, Dallas, TX Jun. 2001 - Aug. 2004, Project Coordinator, Magill Architects, Dallas, TX Jun. 2000 - Aug. 2000, Project Coordinator, Good Fulton & Farrell Architects, Dallas, TX Oct. 1997 - Jun. 2000, Project Coordinator Architectural Design Services - DSD Development, Houston, TX Jun. 1997 - Aug. 1997, Summer Intern Architect, HKS Architects, Dallas, TX GRANTS 2009 Affordable Housing Program Grant, Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas $80,000 COMPUTER SKILLS Technical/Drawing: AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketchup, Revit, ArcGIS 10.2, Prolog 9 Office Applications: Microsoft Office: PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Educational Platforms: Campus Cruiser, Web Advisor, Blackboard Statistics: SPSS PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC AFFILIATIONS American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Construction Management Association of America, Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc., MetroTex Association of Realtors, National Organization of Minority Architects, U.S. Green Building Council, Texas Society of Architects FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS 2014 Georgia Tech Focus Fellow, Georgia Institute of Technology 2012-15 Elo and Olga Urbanovsky Assistantship, Texas Tech University, Graduate School

    INVITED DESIGN REVIEWS Prairie View A&M University School of Architecture, Studio Juror Georgia Institute of Technology School of Architecture, Juror Texas Tech University College of Architecture, Studio Juror


    National Academies of Sciences Research Fellow at US EPA US Permanent Resident


    2013 Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

    Ph.D., Sustainability

    Dissertation: Vulnerability to Heat Stress in Urban Areas: A Sustainability Perspective

    2007 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Master of Public Policy

    2003 National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

    M.A., Journalism

    2001 Shih Hsin University, Taipei, Taiwan

    B.A., Journalism

    2015 Certification: Certified GIS Professional, GIS Certification Institute, #00091169.


     Assessment of human vulnerability to climate change  Geospatial analysis and modeling  Social-ecological resilience to natural hazards  Environmental governance and policy  Ecosystem services evaluation & environmental inequality


    2018-Present Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

    Environmental Studies Program

    Teaching senior level course EVST/POL 3031: Sustainable Development.

    2016-Present Research Fellow, United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)

    National Academies of Sciences Research Fellowship, Cincinnati, Ohio

    Using geospatial analysis to enhance quantitative approaches for assessing social-

    ecological resilience and disaster resilience of coastal cities to natural hazards

    2014-2016 Postdoctoral Associate, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

    School of Sustainability and School of Human Evolution and Social Change

     Using spatial statistical models to better understand human-environment interactions and the uneven distribution of ecosystem services across cities

     Evaluating spatial structure and residents’ accessibility to urban services in cities

    2014 Research Specialist, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

    Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability

     Investigating residents’ vulnerability to environmental hazards in Arizona  Developing vulnerability indices and maps of climate hazards  Visualiz