Todd Levon Brown
Areas of Interest:
Environmental Justice and Social Equity in Architectural Design and Urban Planning; Post-Occupancy Analysis of Architecture; Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development; Architecture as a tool for addressing and remediating social disparities; The role of Architecture in the social conflicts of gentrification; the juxtaposition between Public/Environmental Health and Architecture.
Hometown: Chicago, IL
University of Illinois: MArch (Master of Architecture) ; MPH (Master of Public Health) in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences and Industrial Hygiene; B.A. in Architectural Studies, minor in Music.
Todd has also studied and researched architectural design internationally at: the Universidad Autonóma de San Luis Potosí (San Luis Potosí, Mexico); the Universität der Künste (Berlin, Germany); and the Institut d’Arquitectura Avançada de Catalunya (Barcelona, Spain). Additionally, Todd has worked on sustainable design projects as part of the student-based volunteer group, Global Architecture Brigades, in Coclé, Panama. He has taught several undergraduate psychology courses at the University of Illinois in addition to serving as a research team member on projects in public health and education.