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                                           PATRICIA DONAHOE PETRIE, PhD, AICP

                                          503 S. Chicago Avenue v Champaign, IL 61821

                                         217.356.7503 v FAX 217.244.1717

                                                            <mailto:pattsi@uiuc.edu>

 

 

 

FORMAL EDUCATION

 

Ph.D.                           Administration, Higher, and Continuing Education

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Dissertation:      The Relationship Between City Planning and Related Learning: To Learn Continuingly or to Learn Continuously, That is the Polemic.

 

M.U.P.                         Urban Planning. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

 

B.A.                             Premed. University of Colorado at Boulder

 

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

Lecturer, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2006-2007.

 

Outreach and Professional Education Coordinator, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1999-2007.

 

Visiting Assistant Professor. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, College of Fine and Applied Arts. 1994-1996, 1998-2001.

 

Assistant Editor Book Reviews. Journal American Planning Association. 1998-2001.

 

Visiting Scholar. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Department of Urban and Regional Planning. 1997-1998.

 

Lecturer. University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, Department of Community Science, Urban and Regional Studies. 1996-1997.

 

Visiting Assistant Professor. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Educational Organization Leadership, College of Education. 1994-1999.

 

Visiting Research Information Specialist. Stout Psychology Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Responsible for the daily administration of the library and supervision of  graduate students assigned to work in the library. Maintained the collection; entered Psychology course materials onto the internet; worked closely with the psychology faculty and staff; and taught library patrons how to search using the online library computer system. 1992-1996.

 

Guest Lecturer. Graduate courses at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 1993, 1992.

 

 

PRE PHD ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

Research Assistant. Stout Psychology Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Similar responsibilities and duties as Visiting Research Information Specialist. 1983-1992.

 

Graduate Assistant. Psychology Department, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.  Responsible for the weekly departmental colloquium.

 

Research Assistant. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Collected and analyzed property tax data to determine the effect of size and location of Tax Increment Financing Districts on property tax revenues. Summer 1982.

 

Research Assistant. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Collected and analyzed data about land resource management in Illinois, and drafted proposed State legislation on land resource management. 1980-1981.

 

Job Placement Coordinator. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Responsible for all relevant job announcements and advising both undergraduate and graduate students about job placement and resume writing. 1979-1980.

 

Teaching Assistant. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Urban Design and Historic Preservation classes. Lectured, wrote and graded exams. Spring 1979.

 

Research Assistant. Researched, then devised a historic preservation curricula and bibliography of past historic preservation studies done at the University of Illinois. Fall 1978.

 

 

PRACTICE EXPERIENCE

 

Environmental Advisory Committee, City of Champaign, Illinois. Focus: Environmental planning. Landfill, bicycle pathways, hazardous waste, tree planting, recycling. 1993-2001.

 

Shade Tree Commission, City of Champaign, Illinois, Chairperson. Focus: Environmental planning and landscaping. Creating a list of approved tree species for planting within the community; working with the University on a research project to determine the environmental benefits to the community of planting trees; educating the community as to the research results. 1991-1999.

 

Phinney Branch Flood Control Committee, City of Champaign, Illinois. Focus: Flood control planning. Study the flooding problem and make recommendations to the City Council as to the best approaches to mitigate the flooding. 1994-1996.

 

Zoning Steering Committee, City of Champaign, Illinois. Focus: Growth management. Rewriting the zoning ordinance for the city of Champaign.  1992-1996.

 

 

City of Champaign Center City Commission, Illinois. Focus: Economic and community planning. Redevelopment plan for downtown. Chairperson and author of report for the Building Inventory and Functional Analysis Task Force, Champaign, Illinois. 1979-1985.


Founder and board member of the Preservation and Conservation Association, Champaign County, Illinois. Focus: Historic preservation planning. Preservation and conservation of historic lands and buildings in the county.  Wrote the constitution for the organization. 1981-1983.

 

Chairperson Preservation Steering Committee, Champaign County Historical Museum, Illinois.  Focus: Historic preservation planning. Preservation of historic buildings in the county. 1979-1981.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

 

P2 Consulting. Urban planning consulting. 2007-present. Current project focus is storm water management for a local neighborhood.

 

Consultant. Formative evaluation of the Kellogg Community Information Education Service which included collection and analysis of data, writing up and presenting results. 1983-1984.

 

Internship. Researched the feasibility of installing University of Illinois correspondence courses onto the mainframe so they could be offered via computer throughout the state. 1982-1983.

 

Economic Researcher. City of Urbana, IL. Economic analysis of the adaptive use of an elementary school building. Summer 1981.

 

Internship. City Planning Department, Champaign, IL. Researched and wrote the draft historic conservation ordinance as floating overlay zone. Summer 1978.

 

Economic Researcher. Champaign-Urban Intergovernmental Committee, IL. Analyzed the election costs for Champaign and Urbana, Illinois for the state of Illinois election consolidation bill. Summer 1977.

 

Business Owner. Gourmet French Cuisine. Developed courses and taught beginning, intermediate, and advanced French cooking classes. 1966-1975.

 

Assistant Director of Financial Aid. Stanford University. Responsible for administration of all undergraduate financial aid.1961-1963.

 

Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions. University of Colorado, Boulder. Responsible for transfer admissions. 1958-1960.

 

 

COMPUTER AND DISTANT LEARNING TECHNOLOGY SKILLS

 

Web based class; Electronic Publishing; First Class; WebBoard; Pacer Forum; word processing; Access; Excel; all library searching systems from dedicated programs, to internet, to CD-ROM; gopher; netscape; electronic mail; vis-à-vis; two-way video, two-way audio.

 

 

COURSES TAUGHT

 

·         Community Matters Workshop

http://www.urban.uiuc.edu/courses/up494P     www.urban.uiuc.edu/ce/cm 

·         Urban social planning and welfare reform.

http://www.urban.uiuc.edu/Courses/up260/2000/index.html

·         Designed an online course in international planning with Chris Silver.

·         Urban social problems.

·         Ethics and public policy.

·         Introduction to urban studies.

·         Urban and regional planning.

·         Instructional design, cotaught.

·         Adult learning and development, cotaught using distant learning technology.

·         Adult learning and development, cotaught.

·         Outreach and professional development programs can be viewed at

http://www.urban.uiuc.edu/ce

 

 

OUTREACH AND PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS DESIGNED/IMPLEMENTED

http://www.urban.uiuc.edu/ce

 

2007 February pre-institute programs Developing Pedestrian Safety Action Plans and Designing Streets for Pedestrian Safety  and Design Charrette

2007 March Planning Institute: Imagining Communities: Plan, Design, Implement

2006 March Green Building Tour to Chicago

2006  March Planning Institute: Practical Planning

2006 October  Charrette held in Fayetteville, IL

2006 February  Charrette held in Carlyle, IL

2005  November  Charrette held in Macomb, IL

2005-2008 Collaborative educational outreach with University of Illinois Extension

2005  March Planning Institute: Community Design for Healthy Lifestyles

2004  September 12 day Economic Development Educational Tour with Thai Dignitaries

2004  March Planning Institute: Innovative Community Planning

2003  June GIS Planners I Workshop

2003  February: Planning Institute: Local Planning Matters

2002  July & August two 9-day field trips with 24 Seoul National University  graduate students

2002  July GIS Standards Workshop

2002  July GIS Workshop: “What IF”

2002  July GIS for Managers

2002  June GIS for Planners I

2002  June GIS for Planners II: Evaluating Urban Form Using GIS

2002  March Planning and Zoning Institute: Planning Matters

2002  March Charrette held in Rantoul, IL

2001  December Rural Housing Conference: Affordable Housing, A Key to Community Growth and Success

2001 November Planning and Zoning Institute: What Qualities Make a “Top 10” Community

2001 July GIS ArcView Workshop for Planners

2001 July GIS Workshop, “What If?”

2001 July GIS Workshop for Administrators

2001 June GIS Standards Workshop

2001 March 2-24 Cypriot Town Planners educational tours

2000 December Planning and Zoning Institute: Planning for Great Communities

2000 July GIS Standards Workshop

2000 June GIS ArcView Workshop for Planners

1999 December Institute of Planning and Zoning

           


Community Planning Conversations 2005 to present

This is a “C-SPAN” type of educational program shown on the city of Urbana public access channel. The purpose is to share educational planning information with the community from the perspectives of three different populations: individuals who teach and research urban planning and allied fields; individuals who are planning practitioners and practitioners in allied fields; and individuals who are citizen planners, both elected and volunteer. This program is video and audio streamed and can be accessed at  www.urban.uiuc.edu/ce 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

 

American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), 1998 to present. Chair of the Continuing Education Committee.

American Planning Association (APA). 1976 to present. Past Chair, Planning and Women’s Division, established listserv and web page for the Division, designed by-right national conference sessions, nominations for Diana Donald Award, nominations for AICP fellow.

Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP). 1992 to present.

University Continuing Education Association (NUCEA). 1994 to present. Chair, Continuing Education and Women Division, Midwest Division, University Continuing Education Association (UCEA). 1997 to  present.

American Association Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE). 1994 to present.

 

 

RESEARCH AWARDS

 

2007 Received grant funding for research project: Status of Women and Men in Planning

2007 Received MillerComm Grant for Planning Institute

2007 Received Lorado Taft Lecture in Art Grant for Planning Institute

2007 Receive Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities for Planning Institute

 

2006 Civic Engagement Grant given to Dick Warner, Pattsi Petrie, Kathleen Brown for Community Matters Project

2006 Received MillerComm Grant for Planning Institute

2006 Received Lorado Taft Lecture in Art Grant for Planning Institute

 

2005 Received MillerComm Grant for Planning Institute

2005 Received Lorado Taft Lecture in Art Grant for Planning Institute

 

2003 Grant submitted to the Retirement Research Foundation.

2003 Grant submitted to the Illinois Lt Governor’s Office.

 

2001  Received MillerComm Grant for Planning and Zoning Institute.

2001  Received Illinois Research Programs in the Humanities grant for a symposium: Communities in Context.

2001 January. Submitted with Gerrit Knaap continuing education proposal to the Illinois Department of Commerce and Community Affairs for four programs.

 

2001 March. AMIDEAST funded a three-week visit of four town planners from Cyprus. This proposal was submitted by Chris Silver and Pattsi Petrie for the department to act as host. Pattsi Petrie traveled with these guests for three weeks throughout cities east of the Mississippi River for the purpose of the Cypriots learning how planning is practiced in the U.S.

 

2000 Summer. Accepted as a participant in the Faculty Training Workshop conducted by the Center for Educational Technologies at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and received a $2000 grant.

 

1998 January. Accepted as a participant in C-SPAN 1998 Winter Seminar for Professors, Washington, DC.

 

1995-1997 University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) Research Grant. Research grant proposal title: Continuing Professional Education Use of Telecommunication to Bridge Theory and Practice.

 

1995 Grant proposal for Urban Planning 260 was accepted by the SCALE Project at the University of Illinois which is funded by the Sloan Foundation to become part of the project beginning fall 1995.

 

1995 Grant proposal submitted to the SCALE Project at the University of Illinois funded by the Sloan Foundation to offer a public policy course synchronously and asynchronously to the three University of Illinois campuses, Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield, using distant learning technologies.

 

Travel Grant

2006 Summer. World Planning School Congress, Mexico City.

 

 

PRESENTATIONS

 

CONFERENCES

 

Petrie, P.D. (2010). Neighborhood conquers storm water with green solutions. To be presented at the 2010 ACSP Conference, Minneapolis.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2010). Neighborhood conquers storm water with green solutions. To be presented at the Illinois American Planning Association Conference, Normal, IL.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2010).  Neighborhood conquers storm water with green solutions. Presented at the 2010 Planners Network Conference, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2009). Deming-ready Paradigm. Presented at the 2009 ACSP Conference. Crystal City, VA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2008). Community Matters. Presented at the 2008 Planners Network International Conference. Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2008). Bridging the Divide: Who Plans Affects What is Planned. Presented at the 2008 ACSP/AESOP International Congress, Chicago.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2007). Conversations with the Senior Faculty Interest Group. Presented at the 2007 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Milwaukee, WI.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2007). Mismatch of planning education and adult learning. Presented at the 2007 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Milwaukee, WI.

Petrie, P.D. (2006). Community Matters. Presented at the 2006 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Fort Worth, TX.

Petrie, P.D. (2006).  Discrimination in Planning? A Report on Gender and Ethnic Differences in the Field of Planning. Presented at the 2006 World Planning School Congress in Mexico City.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2006). Sustainability, planning, design, and health. Presented at the 2006 American Planning Association Conference in San Antonio, TX.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2006). Become a great planning director in 12 steps. Presented at the 2006 American Planning Association Conference in San Antonio, TX.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2006). Is there Social Equity for Planners II? Presented at the 2006 American Planning Association Conference in San Antonio, TX.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Outreach and Professional Education: Keeping our graduates and citizen planners education current. Round table at the 2005 ACSP Conference, Kansas City, KS.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Gender and Planning: Current issues facing women in the planning profession. Paper to be presented at the 2005 ACSP Conference, Kansas City, KS

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Cohousing mobile workshop cosponsored by the APA Planning and Women Division. Panel presentation at the 2005 American Planning Association Conference in San Francisco, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Changing Demographics and Community Planning. Panel presentation at the 2005 American Planning Association Conference in San Francisco, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Adding Child Care to the Planner’s Lexicon. Panel presentation at the 2005 American Planning Association Conference in San Francisco, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2005). Is there Social Equity for Planners? Panel presentation at the 2005 American Planning Association Conference in San Francisco, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2004). Status Women and Minorities in Planning Profession: Are these Populations in Positions that Affect Policy? Paper presented at the 2004 ACSP Conference in Portland, OR.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2004). Women and Public Policy Planning. Panel Presentation at the 2004 American Planning Association Conference in Washington, DC

 

Petrie, P.D. (2004). Integrating Women into the Planning Process. Panel Presentation at the 2004 American Planning Association Conference in Washington, DC

 

Petrie, P.D. (2003). Community Planning. Paper presented at the 2003 Statewide Housing Action Coalition, Springfield, IL.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2003). How do practicing planners learn and what do they want to learn? Presentation at the 2003 ACSP/AESOP Third Joint Congress, Leuven, Belgium.

 

Petrie, P.D.  (2003).  Is there an art to urban design. Panel Presentation at the 2003 American Planning Association Conference in Denver.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2003). Women Planning Directors for the 21st Century. Panel Presentation at the 2003 American Planning Association Conference in Denver.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2002). Bridging Theory and Practice through Studio/Workshop/Practicum. Paper presented at the 2002 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Baltimore, MD.

 

Petrie, P. D.  (2002) Developing On-line Distance Education in Planning. Presentation at the 2002 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Baltimore, MD.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2002). Providing Equal Transportation Access for Women in the New Millenium. Panel presentation at the 2002 American Planning Association Conference in Chicago.

 

Petrie, P. D.  (2001). Women and the Profession of Planning. Panel presentation at the 2001 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Cleveland, OH.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2001). Women and the Profession of Planning. Panel presentation at the 2001 American Planning Association Conference in New Orleans, LA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2001). Do Women Change the context of Planning? Panel presentation at the 2001 American Planning Association Conference in New Orleans, LA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2000). Pedagogy of Planning Ethics Roundtable. Paper presented for the 2000 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in Atlanta, GA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2000). Continuing Education and the Practicing Planner. Paper presented for the 2000 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in Atlanta, GA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (2000). Women Planners as Leaders. Paper presented at APA 2000 Conference in New York City.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1999). Planning Ethics Roundtable. Paper presented at the 1999 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning in Chicago, IL.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1998). Teaching Planning Ethics. Paper presented at the 1998 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Pasadena, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1998). Case Studies: Related to a Planning Decision-Making Model. Paper presented at the 1998 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference in Pasadena, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1997). Continuing Professional Education: Using Telecommunications to Bridge Theory and Practice. Paper presented at the 1997 Regional University Continuing Education Association Conference in Grand Rapids, MI.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1997). Women in Planning in Transition. Moderator and presenter at the 1997 American Planning Association Conference, San Diego, CA.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996). Qualitative Methods for Planning Research. Elite Interviewing: A Method for Collecting Qualitative Data. Paper presented at the 1996 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning/Association European Schools of Planning Joint International Congress, Toronto, Canada.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996). Sustainability: The Next Planning Paradigm? Paper presented at the 1996 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning/Association European Schools of Planning Joint International Congress, Toronto, Canada.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996). Experiences with Asynchronous Learning in Urban Planning. Paper presented at the 1996 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning/Association European Schools of Planning Joint International Congress, Toronto, Canada.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996). Job Market. Minority and Spousal Hiring. Preconference panel presented at the 1996 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning/Association European Schools of Planning Joint International Congress, Toronto, Canada.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996) Women, Minorities, and the Contract with America. Paper presented at the 1996 American Planning Association Conference in Orlando, FL.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Study Results as to the Use of Telecommunication in Planning Education.  Paper proposal for the 1995 Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Planning Education-Use of Telecommunication to Bridge Theory and Practice.  Paper presented at the 1995 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Detroit.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Discussant and moderator for the panel, Emerging Critical Issues in Planning Education, at the 1995 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Detroit.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Intersection of Planning Theory and Adult Learning Theory. Paper proposal for the 1995 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Detroit.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Proposed the idea for a JobMart for the 1995 American Association of Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) Conference. Responsible for the implementation of this proposal November 1995 in Kansas City, KS.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1994). A Model for the Urban Planning Decision Process OR How to go with the Citizen Participation and Political Flow. Paper presented at the 1994 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Tempe.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1994). Reflective Practitioner. Paper presented at the 1994 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Tempe.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1994). Case Studies of Citizen Participation in Planning. Discussant at the 1994 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Tempe.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1994). Do planners Know Anything? Paper presented at the 1994 American Planning Association Conference, San Francisco.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1993). Fiction in the Planning and Urban Studies Classroom: C-SPAN in the Classroom.  Presented at 1993 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Philadelphia.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1993). What do Planners Know? Presented at 1993 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Conference, Philadelphia.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1985). Current Problems and Issues in Continuing Professional Education. Paper presented at the Illinois Adult and Continuing Educators Association Conference, Springfield.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1984). Presentation of the Kellogg Community Information Education Service formative evaluation report to the Kellogg task force.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1978). Presentation to the City of Champaign about legislative tax advantages for historic preservation and historic district information.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1978). Presentation to the City of Chrisman about the tree planting design plan for the city.

 

 

INVITED TALK

 

February 2008 Local Government Center: 10-Year Vision. Montana State University, Bozeman.

 

February 2003 Planning lecture for a Leisure Studies course.

 

July 2000. Local Government Management Institute: Innovations in Urban Planning and Development for Developing Countries. Urban Social Problems in the U.S.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

ACADEMIC

 

Petrie, P.D.  Book reviews of LeGates, R. T. & Stout, F. (2000). The city reader. 2nd Ed; Martin Gilens. Why

American Hate Welfare Reform; Sanford F. Schram and Samuel H. Beer, editors, Welfare Reform: A Race to

the Bottom?; Burt S. Barnow, Thomas Kaplan, and Robert A. Moffitt, editors, Evaluating Comprehensive

State Welfare Reform: The Wisconsin Works Program; and Carol S. Weissert, editor, Learning from Leaders:

Welfare Reform Politics and Policy in Five Midwestern States. Submitted to the Journal of the American

Planning Association, Book Review Section.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1996). Sustainability: The Next Planning Paradigm? Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and Association of European Schools of Planning Conference Abstracts, July 1996. Toronto:  Ryerson Polytechnic University.

 

Petrie, P.D. & George, V. (1996). Experiences with Asynchronous Learning in Urban Planning.  Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning and Association of European Schools of Planning Conference Abstracts, July 1996. Toronto:  Ryerson Polytechnic University.

 

SUBMITTED

 

George, V. & Petrie, P.D. Experiences with Asynchronous Learning in Urban Planning. Submitted to the Journal of Planning Education and Research.

 

Petrie, P.D. & George V. Innovations in Planning Education. Proposed symposium for the Journal of Planning Education and Research.

 

VIDEOS

 

Brown, K. & Petrie, P.D. (2001). Affordable Housing: Case Studies, University of Illinois Extension

 

Brown, K. & Petrie, P.D. (2002) Rural Planning

 

Petrie, P.D. & Brown, K. (2002) How to Plan a Charrette

 

PROFESSIONAL

 

Petrie, P.D. (1998). Diana C. Donald Award. PW Planning and Women, Fall, American Planning Association.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Bridging Theory and Practice Using Learning Technologies. PW Planning and Women, Fall, American Planning Association.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Sustainability.  PW Planning and Women, Summer, American Planning Association.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1995). Affirmative Action. PW Planning and Women, Summer, American Planning Association.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1984). Formative Evaluation of the Kellogg Community Information Education Service at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1982). The Effect of Size and Location of Tax Increment Financing Districts on Property Tax Revenues. Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

 

Petrie, P.D., Kim, T.J., Murphy, J. (1981). Cost/Benefit Analysis of the Proposed Tax Increment Financing District, Champaign, Illinois. Prepared for the Center City Commission, Champaign, IL.

 

(1981). Land Resource Management, Report of the Illinois Land Resource Management Study Commission. State of Illinois, Springfield.Wrote the draft legislation for preservation of farmland.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1978). Historic Districts and Legislation Tax Advantages for Historic Preservation.  Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1978). Trees for Chrisman. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1978). Report of the Champaign-Urbana Study Commission on Intergovernmental Cooperation. Institute of Government, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Petrie, P.D. (1977). Consumer Guide to Local Health Care Planning. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER

 

2008 Reviewed manuscripts for the Journal of Urbanism.

 

2000-2001 Reviewed manuscripts for the Journal of Environmental Planning.

 

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

 

Environment Stewardship Committee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Focus: Develop a university environmental policy for the Chancellor. Environmental policy will focus on sustainability issues throughout the campus. 2006 to present.

 

Public Safety Advisory Committee. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Focus: Campus safety and social ecology design. Safety and security issues pertaining to the campus. 1998 to present.

 

Chancellor's Campus Safety Task Force. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Focus: Traffic calming. Studying all Campus traffic patterns with primary goal of pedestrian safety. Designing new traffic patterns throughout the campus and the surrounding community area using the theory of traffic calming. 1995.

 

 

HONORARY ASSOCIATIONS

 

Phi Delta Kappa (Education Honorary), member 1984-present.

Kappa Delta Pi (Education Honorary), member 1983-present.

Verdell Frazer Young Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1981-1992.

Pacesetter, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1957-58.

Alpha Epsilon Delta (Premedicine Honorary), 1955-1958.

 

 

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