My research focuses on perceptions of the value of different jobs and the role of job creation and economic development strategies in reinforcing these perceptions of value in the context of a post-industrial society.
CYPLAN 113A Economic Analysis for Planning (Course Instructor Summer 2021)
CYPLAN 220 Urban and Regional Economy (Methods Instructor Spring 2021, Fall 2022)
Michael B. Teitz Fellowship, UC Berkeley (2022)
Regents Fellowship for Graduate Study, UC Berkeley (2020-2025)
Commendation for NSW Planning Institute of Australia Young Planner of the Year (2015)
UrbanGrowth NSW Top-up Scholarship, UNSW (2015)
Australian Postgraduate Award, UNSW (2014)
NSW Planning Institute of Australia Award for Outstanding Student Project (2013)
Elias Duek-Cohen Urban Design Award, UNSW (2012)
Walter and Gillian Bunning (Travel) Scholarship, UNSW (2011)
Planning Institute of Australia (NSW Division) Prize, UNSW (2010)
Landcom Prize, UNSW (2009)
Schmahmann, L., Poorthuis, A., & Chapple, K. (2022). Pandemic polycentricity? Mobility and migration patterns across New York over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society.