RESEARCH

Selected Presentations

 

Invited Talks

  • 2017, Student Design & Planning Investigations Into Local Sea Level Rise on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Maryland and Delaware Climate Change Education, Assessment, and Research Program meeting (December 4)

  • 2017, Environmental Planning Through Participation and Trans-Disciplinary Partnerships: Planning in an Era of Global Environmental Change. University of Maryland, Center for Environmental Science-Appalachian Laboratory Speaker Series (September 7).

  • 2017, American Institute of Architects Women in Architecture Lecture Series: Resiliency Design Panel, hosted at Perkins Eastman (April 19).

  • 2016, Environmental Planning in an Era of Rapid Change: Transdisciplinary Participatory Action to Create Restorative Futures. West Virginia University, School of Design and Community Development.

  • 2016, Carmichael, M., S. Reid, V. Chanse, M. Pavao-Zuckerman, M. Zerfas. The U.S. EPA Campus Rainworks Competition and the University of Maryland’s Performance Parking Winning Submission. EPA Webinar. 

  • 2015, Trobman, H. and V. Chanse, The U.S. EPA Campus Rainworks Competition as a class studio project and the Chapel Team’s winning 2014-2015 submission, Invited remote guest lecture to the Wetland Research Associates (San Rafael, CA).

  • 2015, Chanse, V. (Chanse was the presenter); P. T. Leisnham, H. Montas, Improving Adoption of Stormwater Management Practices: Integrating Social and Biophysical Dimensions, U.S. EPA National Center for Environmental Research (NCER) National Nutrient Management Kickoff Workshop, Narragansett, RI

  • 2015, Chanse, Victoria, Climate Change, Stormwater, & Flooding: Community Involvement in Developing Green Infrastructure Solutions, Third Annual Symposium on Environmental Justice and Environmental Health, College Park, MD.

  • 2014, Chanse, Victoria, Student Design & Planning Investigations into local Sea Level Rise on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Rising Waters Panel at the National Building Museum, National Building Museum (Washington, D.C.)

  • 2013, Chanse, Victoria, Examples from Community Design Studio’s Design Games-Approaches and Outcomes in Ward 7, Anacostia Watershed Society's Watershed Steward Academy, Center for Green Urbanism, Washington, D.C., Guest lecturer, (March 11th, 2013).

  • 2013, Chanse, Victoria, Community-Based Approaches in Teaching & Research for Urban Ecosystems, Ecosystem Services Symposium, Wye Research and Education Center, University of Maryland, (April 18, 2013).

  • 2013, Chanse, V., Social Approaches to Climate Change in the Chesapeake Bay Region, Maryland Sierra Club's Clean Water Conference-Panel on Climate Change & Water, Baltimore, MD, Invited guest panelist, (June 5th, 2013)

  • 2013, Chanse, V., Participation & Visualization Approaches to Stakeholder Involvement in Sea Level Change: Issues, Examples & Initial Lessons Learned, 14th Eastern Shore Planning Conference, Unsinkable Eastern Shore, Easton, MD, Invited talk, (October 3rd, 2013).

  • 2012, Chanse, V., Lost in Translation: Linking Climate Science to Local Communities, Climate Change Forum, Climate Change Science and Communication (2) Panel, University of Maryland, Invited panelist, Monday, April 23rd.

  • 2012, Chanse, Victoria, Community Involvement in the Design Process: Examples, Zimmer Gunsel Frasca Architects LLP Washington, D.C., August 22, 2012, Invited guest speaker, AIA continuing education credits offered for this talk.

  • 2012, Chanse, Victoria, The Role of the Human Dimension in Watershed Planning and Stormwater Design: Human Behavior, Public Health, and Community Engagement, Anacostia Watershed Society's Watershed Steward Academy, Center for Green Urbanism, Washington, D.C., Guest lecturer, (Dec. 10th, 2012).

  • 2010, Chanse, Victoria and Ken Robinson, Partnering with PSA Institutes for Off-Campus Service-Learning Activities, Public Service Alliance Faculty Fellows Presentation, Clemson University, Feb. 19th.

  • 2009, Chanse, Victoria, Investigating Ecological Design Guidelines as a Framework for Planning a Stormwater Retrofit Project in Aiken, SC, Environmental Planning and Design Consulting Firm, Wetland Research Associates, San Rafael, CA, Invited guest lecturer, (November 3rd, 2009).

  • 2009, Chanse, Victoria, Investigating Ecological Design Guidelines as a Framework for Planning a Stormwater Retrofit Project in Aiken, SC, Landscape Architecture Colloquium, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, Invited guest lecturer, (November 4th, 2009).

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