Focus: Transportation Planning, Urban Design, Historic Preservation of Architecture
Final GPA: 4.0
- Planning Practices, GIS (Geographic Information Systems), GIS Applications in Decision Analysis, Public Policy, Principles of Urban Design, Land Use Planning, Citizen Participation and Negotiation, Transportation Project Development and Evaluation, Adaptive Reuse Construction, Real Estate Investment Analysis, Historic Preservation Applications, Architectural Analysis and Historic Preservation, Architectural Analysis, etc.
Semester Long Capstone Thesis (Studio 2)
- Facilitated public/private cooperation to complete a multi-modal Trail Plan for the City of Richmond
- This study aims to identify the following:• Define the word trail• Identify what types of trails exist• Recognize how the existing trails are used• Map the existing trails• Research proposed trail literature• Identify the gaps between trails• Discover ways to close the gaps• Identify the goals, actions steps and basic design recommendations
- Link to the Studio: http://www.murp.vcu.edu/projects762/S13/S13_WMoffett_James_River_Park_System_Trail_Connectivity_Plan.pdf
Quality of Life Study - North Highland Park, City of Richmond, VA
- Completed a quality of life study for North Highland Park (City of Richmond, Virginia)
Architectural Analysis of Fulton - Fulton Neighborhood, City of Richmond, VA
- Supervised a graduate class in completing an architectural history study of the Fulton neighborhood for a designation as a Richmond Old and Historic district and the ability to receive a historic designation through the National Park Service (City of Richmond, Virginia)
VCU - Master of Urban and Regional Planning Program
"Established in 1973, the Master of Urban and Regional Planning program at Virginia Commonwealth University is accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board and provides professional grounding in the theory and methodology of planning through a curriculum that balances classroom and field experience. The Master of Urban and Regional Planning is a two-year degree program requiring 48 semester hours of class work and 120 hours of internship experience."