Camille Barchers, AICP
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. Camille’s work examines how planners use technology and how it changes the way we engage with the public. Her research interests include community engagement via information & communication technology, big data applications for equitable long-range planning, and the interaction between land use & transportation planning.
At UMass, Camille serves as a member of the School of Earth and Sustainability Steering Committee, is part of the faculty team at the Northeast Center for Coastal Resilience, and is an ADVANCE Faculty Fellow for the 2022-2023 academic year. She is the recipient of a 2020 Interdisciplinary Faculty Research Award, a 2021-2022 ADVANCE Mutual Mentoring grant and a 2022-2023 SES Sustainability Seed grant.