How do you define what makes people think of one neighborhood as “good” and another “bad”? Is it things such as crime, school quality and amenities? What about walkability, accessibility of employment or...
Elizabeth is a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Geography and Earth Sciences at UNC Charlotte. Her area of concentration is urban and regional analysis.
2012 expected, Ph.D. Geography and Urban Regional Analysis, UNC Charlotte;
M.A. Geography, State University of New York at Buffalo;
B.S. Geographic Science, James Madison University
Elizabeth's research interests are in the application of spatial analytical, geocomputational, and statistical techniques to understand processes of neighborhood change, urban dynamics, and social aspects of urban transportation (especially public transport accessibility and non-motorized transport). Her dissertation examines the spatial and temporal dynamics of quality of life in Charlotte's neighborhoods.