Connie Ozawa, Ph.D
Professor of Urban Studies and Planning
B.A. 1976 (environmental studies) University of California, Berkeley; M.A. 1978 (geography) University of Hawaii; Ph.D. 1988 (urban planning) Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dr. Ozawa teaches courses on environmental policy and management, planning theory and practice, and negotiation and dispute resolution. Her research interests focus on the use of scientific and technical information in public decision making, the role of the professional, and public participation methods. She is currently conducting evaluations of a regional planmaking process and a state initiated effort to increase interagency coordination of environmental reviews. Dr. Ozawa is author of Recasting Science: Consensus-Based Procedures in Public Policy Making (Westview, 1991) and several journal articles.
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