Katie Whale

Katie Whale

Research Associate, Centre for Appearance Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

 
Biography

Professor Williams is an urban theorist, planner and urban designer. She is Director of the Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments (SPE). Professor Williams specialises in sustainable urban environments and is known for her work on sustainable neighbourhood design (in relation to sustainable behaviours and climate change adaptation), urban form (compact cities) and land reuse. She has undertaken evidence-based critiques of many key urban policies such as sustainable communities and the urban renaissance. Professor Williams has over £4 million in research grants from UK research councils, government agencies and industry, and has undertaken consultancy work for central and local governments, and regional and national development agencies. She is currently undertaking EPSRC-funded research on adapting UK suburbs for climate change as part of the ‘Living with Environmental Change’ Programme, and running an EPSRC-funded programme to support interdisciplinary research in health, environment and technology at UWE.

 

 
Research Interest

adolescence, appearance, attitude, disfigurement, stigma.

 
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