Bruce Stiftel, FAICP


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Contact Information

Organization / Work Phone:
(404) 892-7549
Address:

245 4th Street NW
Room 204
Atlanta
GA
30332-0155
United States

FAICP Statement

Bruce Stiftel has strengthened urban planning education and practice through his teaching and research at Florida State University, as editor of the Journal of Planning Education and Research, and as president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning. He is also recognized internationally as the founding chairperson of the Global Planning Education Association Network. Inducted 2004.

Professional Biography

Bruce Stiftel, FAICP, is Professor of City and Regional Planning at Georgia Tech. His research concerns collaborative governance of environmental policy, and international movement of planning ideas. A graduate of SUNY Stony Brook and of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Stiftel is former president of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, and founding chairperson of the Global Planning Education Association Network. He served as a member of the Planning Accreditation Board from 2009-2016, and as a member of U.N. Habitat's Expert Group on International Guidelines for Urban and Territorial Planning.

Education

160353 | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Graduation Date: December, 1986
Degree Level: PhD/J.D.
Planning Degree

160353 | University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Graduation Date: May, 1981
Degree Level: Graduate
Planning Degree

State University of New York at Stony Brook
Graduation Date: May, 1975
Degree Level: Undergraduate

Job History

Georgia Tech
Professor of City and Regional Planning
August,2008 - Present
Atlanta, GA
30332-0155
United States

Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning
Founding Chair
January,2010 - Present
ATLANTA, GA
30332-0155
United States

Florida State University
Asst.Prof., Assoc. Prof. and Professor of Urban and Regional Planning; Dept. Chair; Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
August,1983 - July,2008
Tallahassee, FL
32399
United States