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Jeremy Németh

I am currently an Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning and the Director of the PhD program in Design and Planning at the University of Colorado Denver. My research looks at how planners, designers, and city dwellers can help create more socially and environmentally just places. I am particularly interested in the relationship between social equity and the built environment, and my recent work examines issues of disaster justice, transportation equity, and gentrification resistance.

Why Certain Parks Gentrify Surrounding Neighborhoods And What We Can Do About It

Urban parks, trails, and other green spaces are vital amenities for city dwellers. Research consistently shows they bring a number of health, social, and economic benefits to residents. These public green spaces are particularly beneficial to low-income people, children, and […]