Wendy A Kellogg, Ph.D.
 Title: Associate Dean and Professor
 Dept: Urban Studies
 Office: UR 308
 Phone: 216-687-5265
 Email: W.KELLOGG@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. UR 308, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
watershed governance, urban resilience, environmental land planning, urban sustainability, urban planning, local land use regulation, evaluation of collaborative planning processes
Ph.D., City and Regional Planning, Cornell University, 1993
MUP, Urban Planning, SUNY Buffalo, 1987
B.A., Government Policy Studies, Michigan State University, 1978
Brief Bio:
Wendy A. Kellogg is an Professor of Urban Planning and Environmental Studies. Dr. Kellogg earned her Ph.D. (City and Regional Planning) at Cornell University in 1993. Her major fields of research interest are local government environmental protection, urban and regional sustainability, neighborhood sustainability, and Great Lakes water quality and land use issues. She has published analyses of Great Lakes water quality planning programs and citizen participation in neighborhood-based environmental planning. Her research projects have included an environmental history and inventory of a neighborhood in central Cleveland, Ohio, the role of local decision makers in coastal and watershed protection, and the role of training programs in shaping local decision maker behavior toward coastal management. She currently is conducting research on collaborative environmental planning processes, including governance systems in the Chagrin River Valley in Northeast Ohio. Dr. Kellogg was a USEPA-funded Fellow at the CSU Program on Risk Analysis in 2000-2001. Dr. Kellogg was a member of the Ohio Lake Erie Commission Blue Ribbon Taskforce on Balanced Growth in the Lake Erie Basin in 2001-2004 and has continued her work with the Balanced Growth program in a research and technical advisory role.  She currently represents Cleveland State on the Cleveland Water Alliance. Dr. Kellogg teaches courses in urban planning, environmental planning, environmental policy, and urban studies.
Honors and Awards:
Risk Analysis Fellowship, Center for Environmental Science, Technology & Policy, Cleveland State University. USEPA funded Program for Excellence in Risk Analysis, June 2000-June 2001.

Ohio Campus Compact Faculty Learn and Serve Fellowship, 1997-1998.

Executive Leadership Academy Fellow, Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California at Berkeley
Creative and Activities:
I currently sit on a steering committee of the Cleveland Water Alliance, which is exploring the economic development and research potential from our location on one of the Great Lakes.
Research Interests:
Most current research interests include collaborative governance and decision making, urban resilience, public planning and management networks, and regional sustainability.  I am currently leading a project to write a book on organizational and social aspects of a broad transition to sustainable development and sustainable cities and regions. My chapter in this book focuses on the collaborative governance network that has emerged in the Chagrin River Valley in NE Ohio.  I also recently participated on a research project for the Ohio Department of Natural Resources focused on water conservation guidelines for  the Great Lakes Compact.
Teaching Areas:
environmental planning, land use planning, watershed planning and management, neighborhood planning, urban studies, urban sustainability
Professional Affiliations:
Ohio Planning Conference
American Planning Association
Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
Society for Collegiate and University Planning
Urban Affairs Association
Editorial Board, Journal of Environmental Planning and Research
Professional Experience:
Dr. Kellogg has been involved in numerous planning processes in Cleveland and in Northeast Ohio. She has conducted research and led student-based projects in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood for the Cleveland EcoVillage. She has also conducted research in the St. Clair-Superior neighborhood and designed an environmental training program for neighborhood leaders with the Earth Day Coalition. Dr. Kellogg founded the Center for Planning Research and Practice at the Levin College in 2006, and still works on a range of planning projects with center staff and student assistants.
University Service:
Dr. Kellogg serves as Associate Dean of the Levin College of Urban Affairs.
Professional Service:
Dr. Kellogg was a member of the Board of Trustees for the Ohio Planning Conference (now American Planning Association Ohio Chapter) for four years, ending her term in 2008.  She currently sits on the advisory board for the Green City Blue Lake Institute at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. She also sits on the advisory board for the Generation Foundation, and is a founding member of the Cleveland Water Alliance.
Community Service:
Balanced Growth Technical Advisory Committee
EcoVillage Steering Committee
Member, Generation Foundation Advisory Board
Member, Community Advisory Board, GreenCityBlueLake Institute, Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Research Grants:
Selected Grants:
Principle Investigator. Economic Value of Tree Preservation and Compact Development. Ohio Water Resources Council, 2012-2013. $50,000.
"Co-Principal Investigator. Balanced Growth Best Practices 3. Ohio Lake Erie Commission, 2007-2008. $50,000. Center for Planning Research and Practice.
"Co-principal Investigator. Expansion of Planning Capacity for Small Towns in Northern Ohio. 2007-2008. George Gund Foundation. $46,000. Center for Planning Research and Practice. Staff and student support.
"Principal Investigator. Downtown Retail and Historic Preservation Plan. Village of Jefferson, Ohio. 2006. Three year project. $45,000. Center for Planning Research and Practice. Staff and student support.
"Principal Investigator. Balanced Growth Best Practices. Phase 2. Ohio Lake Erie Commission, 2006-2007. Center for Planning Research and Practice. $50,000. Staff and student support.
"Principal Investigator. Indicators for the Balanced Growth Program. w Dr. Sugie Lee, 2007-2008. Ohio Lake Erie Commission, $14,000. Center for Planning Research and Practice. Research support for junior faculty.
"Principal Investigator. Form-based Zoning Overlay District. For City of Cleveland Planning Department. Funded by George Gund Foundation, ($29,000), Cleveland Foundation ($35,000) and other sources ($7,000) for total project budget of $71,000. 2005-2006. Center for Planning Research and Practice.
"Principal Investigator. Balanced Growth Best Practices. Phase 1. Ohio Lake Erie Commission, 2006-2007. Center for Planning Research and Practice. $50,000. Staff and student support.
"Principal Investigator. Transition of the Countryside Program to Cleveland State University. George Gund Foundation, 2006-2007.  $52,160. Student and staff support.
"Principal Investigator. Community Development Work Study Program, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 2005-2007. $90,000. For students in Master of Urban Planning, Design and Development Program.
"Principal Investigator and Project Manager. Ohios State Level Policies and Their Affect on Land Use Patterns. EcoCity Cleveland and the Ohio Lake Erie Commission, funded by the Joyce Foundation. $25,000, 2005-2006; consulting.
"Principal Investigator. Fairview Park Master Plan Update. 2004-2005. $25,000.