Beth A Nagy, MCP, Ed.D.
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 Title: Assistant College Lecturer
Urban Planning Practice
 Dept: Urban Studies
 Office: UR 223
 Phone: 216-875-9907
 Email: b.a.nagy1@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. UR 223, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
community engagement, community-engaged learning, Planning pedagogy, leadership in Planning
 
Education:
Ed.D., Urban Educational Leadership, University of Cincinnati, 2011
M.C.P., Community Planning, University of Cincinnati, 2003
B.U.P., Urban Planning, University of Cincinnati, 1999
 
Brief Bio:
Dr. Beth Nagy has over 15 years of professional and teaching experience in the urban nonprofit and public sectors in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her true professional passion is historic urban cores. Within that context, Beth is interested in smart cities, mapping technology, urban schools, urban philanthropy, and community-engaged learning. She enjoys community improvement projects, urban momentum, and good coffee.
 
Honors and Awards:
Certificate in Community Engagement, NeighborWorks America, 2010
Certificate in Evaluation & Assessment, University of Cincinnati, 2012
GISP (Certified GIS Professional), GIS Certification Institute, 2014
 
Research Interests:
mapping technology, urban revitalization, urban schools, smart cities, leadership in Planning, planning ethics, planning apps, community engagement, comprehensive community initiatives, community engaged learning, community-based social entrepreneurship, and Planning pedagogy.
 
Teaching Areas:
Urban Studies, Urban Planning, GIS, Ethics, Plan Making & Implementation Skills, Local Planning Resources, Community Building Internships, and Planning Apps.
 
Professional Affiliations:
American Planning Association
Citizens for Civic Renewal
Community Development Society
Planners Network
 
Professional Experience:
Beth Nagy has been a community planning professional practicing in Cincinnati, OH for over 15 years. She has held positions with Cincinnati Recreation Commission, Cincinnati Public Schools, University of Cincinnati's (OH) College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning and Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, Xavier University's (OH) Community Building Institute and Eigel Center for Community Engaged Learning, Warren County Regional Planning Commission, and Hamilton County Planning and Development, as well as offering her services as a Planning Consultant.
 
Professional Service:
American Planning Association, Board of Directors 2016
Citizens for Civic Renewal, President, Board of Directors, 2015-16
Community Development Society, Board of Directors 2012-2015
 
Community Service:
Clifton Heights Improvement Association
 
Research Grants:
Over $200,000 in public & philanthropic grants awarded to clients