- pat·tern / ˈpadərn / noun
- a regular and intelligible form or sequence discernible in the way in which something happens or is done
Source: Oxford Dictionary of English
Collection of eZine Covers
I wish to acknowledge the dedication of the following key individuals who contributed as instrumental members of the PLAN 425 teaching team, and whose support helped to guide students in their achievement of the eZine project:
Khadija Anjum is a first-year doctoral student at the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) at the UBC. Her research interests relate to planning for equitable regional economic development in cities of the Global South. Prior to joining SCARP, Khadija completed her Master in Regional Planning from Cornell University.
Louisa-May Khoo was an urban planner with the public service in Singapore for many years. She led the housing and social research teams at the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC). Louisa moved to Vancouver in Fall 2018 under UBC’s International Doctoral Fellowship to extend her work with marginalized communities. Her research focuses on refugee trauma.
Nicole Rallis is a writer, documentary filmmaker and aspiring a/r/tographer. She is currently a second-year Ph.D. student at the University of British Columbia, exploring the intersections between urban sustainability policies, reconciliation, and social justice. She is also a research fellow with the UBC Geography, Urban Studies Lab, and the Director of Digital Media for the Center for Critical Interdisciplinary Studies.