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“The Garden City as „Brainsville‟: The University as Community Planner, from Palo Alto to Philadelphia,” Ninth National Conference on American Planning History, Philadelphia PA, November 2001 (presenter)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Professional associations

  • Fellow, National Forum on the Future of Liberal Education, 2009-

  • Board Member, Urban History Association, 2008-

  • Chair, Dissertation Prize Committee, Urban History Association, 2007

University service: University of Washington

  • Undergraduate Studies Committee, Department of History

  • Curriculum and Teaching Resources Committee, Department of History

  • Faculty Affiliate, West Coast Poverty Center

  • Chair, Sustainable Cities Faculty Working Group, Office of the Provost

  • Economic Development Working Group, Office of Research

  • International Regions Benchmarking Group, Office of External Affairs

  • Social Sciences in the College of the Environment, Faculty Working Group

University service: Stanford University

  • Postdoctoral Appointment Committee, Bill Lane Center for the West

  • Fellowship Selection Committee, Bill Lane Center for the West

  • Mentor, Haas Institute for Public Service

  • Environmental Faculty Group

  • Urban Studies Faculty Group

  • Faculty Advisor, Technical Women in Silicon Valley

  • Historic Values Index Group, Office of the University Architect

Conference program chair

  • Direct Democracy in the West: Historical Roots and Political Realities, Stanford University, March 2005

  • Starting West: The Region‟s Image and Identity in National Media and Culture, Stanford University, February 2005

  • On the Edge: Metropolitan Growth and Western Environments, Stanford University, April 2004

  • Land Use Planning Then and Now: Learning from History, Stanford University, May 2003

Manuscript reviewer

  • Oxford University Press; Stanford University Press; Island Press; University of Chicago Press;

Routledge; Pacific Historical Review; Enterprise & Society; MINERVA; Washington History

Editor

  • Electronic Classrooms on “The Cold War” and “Toward the 21st Century,” American Political Development Web Portal, sponsored by the Miller Center for Public Affairs and the American Political History Initiative.

  • “Exploring the West” Curricular Web Site for High School Teachers (www.exploringthewest.stanford.edu)

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