Research Professor Emeritus
Fritz W. Wagner, Ph.D. FAICP, Research Professor Emeritus, Adjunct Research Professor, Landscape Architecture, Founding Director of the Northwest Center for Livable Communities. Dr. Wagner also taught at the University of New Orleans where he served as Director and founding Dean of the College of Urban and Public Affairs for twenty years.
Dr. Wagner’s interests range from land use/legal aspects of urban planning to health policy across urban and rural communities in developed and developing countries. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners, member of the American Planning Association and Urban Affairs Association. Dr. Wagner has published numerous articles on urban planning and co-edited four volumes on urban revitalization, including: Urban Revitalization: Programs and Policies (1995), Managing Capital Resources for Central City Revitalization (2000) and Community Livability (2012).