Professor of City and Regional Planning
275 West Woodruff Ave.
- Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, 1979
Jack Nasar (Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, 1979) is Professor of City and Regional Planning. His research interests include physical planning, design review, performance of neo-traditional neighborhoods, environmental perception, meaning and aesthetics,
environmental correlates of fear of crime, crime prevention through environmental design, sense of community, and program and building programming evaluation.
He co-edited Universal Design and Visitability (with Jennifer Evans-Cowley, 2007) and Designing for Designers (with Wolfgang Preiser and Thomas Fisher, 2007).