Assistant Professor of Regional Planning
PhD Georgia Institute of Technology 2019,
M.R.P Cornell University, 2007,
B.S Cornell University, 2005
Camille Barchers has practiced as a regional planner throughout Florida, the Southeast and mid-Atlantic. Prior to joining LARP, Camille taught in the Leadership Education and Development program at the Georgia Institute of Technology where she also received her PhD in City & Regional Planning. Camille’s work examines how planners use technology and how it changes the way we engage with the public. Her research interests include big data applications for long-range planning, internet communication tools, and land use planning.
RP 675: Regional Planning Studio, Fall 2019