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Gordon Brent INGRAM: university courses developed & taught

Akbar’s Palace in Ajmer Rajastahan 2007 March 21 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

courses already developed & taught

Biodiversity Conservation, Local Communities & Sustainable Development (2006 - 2008) - a seminar for MSc, MA, PhD students PDF file available: 2006-syllabus-biodiversity-conservation-local-communities-sustainable-development-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Ecological Design for Sustainable Communities (2006 - 2008) an undergraduate and graduate-level lecture course with a laboratory and a design studio PDF file available: 2006-syllabus-ecological-design-for-sustainable-communites-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Biodiversity Conservation (2006 - 2008) a graduate-level lecture course with a GIS laboratory PDF file available: 2006-syllabus-geomatics-for-biodiversity-conservation-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Regional Planning Theory and Methods (2003) - a graduate-level lecture course combined with a seminar  PDF file available: 2003-syllabus-planning-theory-methods-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Land Use Planning (2003) - a graduate-level lecture course PDF file available: 2003-syllabus-land-use-planning-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Urban Ecosystem Management & Restoration (2001, 2002)  - an undergraduate-level lecture course PDF file available: 2001-syllabus-er-331-urban-sustainability-gordon-brent-ingram

Research Preparedness (for post-graduate thesis research in natural resource management) (1999, 2000) - a graduate-level lecture course PDF file available: 2000-syllabus-research-methods-for-masters-students-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Forest Biodiversity Assessment and Conservation (1999, 2000) - a graduate-level lecture course combined with a GIS laboratory and land use planning studio with supervised field studies  PDF file available: 2000-syllabus-forest-biodiversity-conservation-by-gordon-brent-ingram

Forest Degradation and Rehabilitation (1999, 2000) - a graduate-level lecture course combined with a GIS laboratory and land use modelling and planning studio with supervised field studies PDF file available: 2000-syllabus-forest-degradation-rehab-gordon-brent-ingram

Contemporary Theory in Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (1998) - a graduate-level seminar

Landscape Ecology (1989 – 1994) - a graduate-level lecture course combined with a GIS laboratory and planning and landscape architecture studio with supervised field studies PDF file available: 1993-syllabus-landscape-ecology-gordon-brent-ingram

Open Space Planning (1989 – 1994) - an undergraduate-level lecture course combined with a land use planning and landscape architecture studio PDF file available: 1993-syllabus-open-space-planning-gordon-brent-ingram

Wildland Recreation Site Planning (1989 – 1994) - an undergraduate-level lecture course combined with a land use planning and landscape architecture studio PDF file available: 1993-syllabus-wildland-recreation-site-planning-gordon-brent-ingram

Forest and Land Use History (1993, 1994) - a graduate level seminar

Visual Resources Management (1989 – 1994) - an undergraduate-level lecture course combined with a land use planning and landscape architecture studio PDF file available 1993-syllabus-course-notes-visual-resources-management-ubc-gordon-brent-ingram

Urban Environmental Planning (1992 – 1994) - a graduate-level lecture course combined with a land use planning and landscape architecture studio PDF file available

Ecological Analysis (1989 – 1994) - an undergraduate-level lecture course combined with a land use planning and landscape architecture studio

The Idea of Planning (1989) - an undergraduate seminar PDF file available: 1989-syllabus-ucsc-the-idea-of-planning-gordon-brent-ingram

Environmental Impact Assessment (1989) an undergraduate lecture course PDF file available: 1989-ucsc-es-151a-environmental-assessment-syllabus-gordon-brent-ingram PDF copy of the course notes and work book available: 1989-environmental-assessment-ucsc-gordon-brent-ingram-course-notes

Environmental Impact Analysis (1981 – 1983) a graduate-level lecture course

Habitat Protection and Restoration (1981 – 1983) a graduate-level lecture course

Environmental Systems Design and Management (1981 – 1983) a graduate-level seminar and land use planning and urban design studio PDF copy of syllabus and reading list available: ingram-1981-syllabus-eco-502-environmental-systems-analysis

courses  in development

Third World Cities: Communities, Ecosystems & Environmental Management - undergraduate lecture, seminar and field study components

Environmental Histories: Methods & Analysis - undergraduate lecture, seminar and field study components

Traditional Knowledge for Environmental Management - graduate lecture and seminar components

Land Use Planning by Indigenous Governments - graduate level lecture and GIS and land use studio components

Public Art, Cultural Infrastructure & Neighbourhood Development - graduate-level lecture and urban planning studio components

Gender, Sexualities & Urban Space - graduate level lecture and urban planning and design studio components

Theories & Practices of Environmental Justice - graduate level lecture and seminar components

“Graduate-level” outside of North America refers to post-graduate courses at the level of MSc, MA, and PhD students.

PDF file available: gordon-brent-ingram-courses-developed-taught

Jain Temple, Ranakpur, Aravalli Range, Rajasthan 23 March, 2007 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

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