My teaching aims to advance theory, bridge practice and scholarship across a range of disciplines, and mobilize empirics to build students’ skills for discovering and implementing solutions.

Courses I have taught or co-taught include:

  • Land Use and Transportation Planning (S06, S07, S08, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S16)
  • Urban Transportation Planning (F05)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (S06, S07, S08, S12, S13, S14)
  • Advanced Seminar in Transportation Finance (F09, F11, F15)
  • The Mexico City Practicum (F06, F07) (final reports: 06, 07)
  • Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) in a Mega City (a new Mexico City Practicum) (S16) (final presentation)
  • The Cartagena Practicum (F08)¬† (final report)
  • The Beijing Urban Design Studio (Summer 06, IAP11, Summer 12, Summer 14) (20-Year Retrospective [33MB!])
  • BRT Corridor Design Workshop (F13) (Final web-site)
  • Santiago Urban Planning Studio (S03) (final report [6.5MB])
  • Urban Transportation, Land Use, Environment (S02)

I have also taught within the MIT Portugal Program’s Master’s degree in Complex Transport Infrastructure Systems (CTIS) and served as an invited faculty member in training courses for young transportation and urban planning professionals in Argentina, Peru, Mexico, and Honduras.