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Lisa M. Bornstein

Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
M.R.P., Cornell University
B.Sc., University of California at Berkeley

Office: Macdonald-Harrington Building, Room 406

 

Professional and research interests


International planning, economic development, environmental policy and planning, and institutions and governance.

 

Ph.D. Dissertation

Jane Matthews Glenn

Professor Emerita
(Jointly, with the McGill Faculty of Law)

D. de l'Université, Université de Strasbourg (France)
LL.B., Queen's University (Kingston)
B.A., Queen's University (Kingston)

Office: Chancellor Day Hall, Room 36


 

Professional and research interests


Land-use planning and agricultural law; land tenure and access to housing; international development law.

 

Madhav G. Badami

 

Associate Professor
(Joint appointment with the McGill School of Environment)

Ph.D., University of British Columbia (Vancouver)
M.E.Des., University of Calgary
M.S., Indian Institute of Technology (Madras)
B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology (Madras)

Raphaël Fischler

 

Associate Professor
Director of the School

Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley
M.C.P., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Sc.Arch., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
M.Arch., Eindhoven University of Technology

David Brown

 

Associate Professor

Ph.D., University of Sheffield (England)
M.U.P., McGill University
B.A., Bishop's University (Sherbrooke)

Office: Macdonald-Harrington Building, Room 402

Ahmed El-Geneidy

 

Associate Professor

Ph.D., Portland State University
M.Arch., Alexandria University (Egypt)
B.Sc., Alexandria University (Egypt)

Office: Macdonald-Harrington Building, Room 401
Tel. 514/ 398 8741
Fax 514/ 398 8376

Nik Luka

 

Associate Professor 
(Joint appointment with the McGill School of Architecture)

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M.Arch., Université Laval (Québec City)
B.A.A., Ryerson Polytechnic University (Toronto)

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The School draws students from around the world. Through our core Master of Urban Planning degree program and an optional concentration in Transportation Planning, we train professionals for the public, private, and not-for-profit sectors in two years of intensive study, much of which takes place in real-life group projects using the Montréal metropolitan region as a living laboratory. Our aim is to give individuals the intellectual and practical skills needed to excel in the field and thereby to improve human settlements around the world.