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BA, Yale University
Andrew Mondschein, PhD AICP, is an assistant professor of urban and environmental planning at the University of Virginia School of Architecture. He studies transportation systems and travel behavior, seeking to foster equitable, sustainable accessibility in cities and regions. He addresses a rapidly changing terrain of transportation and information technologies, identifying means to assert social imperatives during a period of urban transformation. His research emphasizes the role of information and knowledge in fostering individual- and community-level capability and control over mobility.
Andrew teaches a range of transportation courses, including “Introduction to Transportation Planning and Policy,” “Transportation and Land Use,” and “Transportation and the Environment,” as well as masters and PhD methods. He emphasizes bridging emerging methods with critical and instrumental thinking, and an ethical approach to urban planning. Andrew serves on the PhD Committee for the School of Architecture's PhD in the Constructed Environment and is Chair of the Education Committee for the Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center. He also serves on the City of Charlottesville's PLACE Urban Design Task Force.
2017- New Delhi Walkability and Environment Study, University of Virginia School of Architecture
2017- Community-Centered Urban Sensing, University of Virginia School of Architecture
2017- Planning for Walking and Cycling in an Autonomous Vehicle Future, Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center
2017- Polycentric Development Toward the Vision of a 21st Century Main Street in Virginia, National Science Foundation (NSF) Smart and Connected Communities (SCC) Program
2015-2016 Road User Education for Multimodal Streets, Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center
2014-2015 Virginia Sustainable Travel Choices, Mid-Atlantic Transportation Sustainability University Transportation Center
2014-2016 Accessibility and Economic Development: How the Transportation Network Affects the Economic Performance of Regions, Haynes Foundation and UCCONNECT