College of Art and Architecture
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2461
Moscow, ID 83844-2461

phone: (208) 885-4409
fax: (208) 885-9428
email: caa@uidaho.edu


Urban Design Center
322 E Front Street, Suite 120
Boise, ID 83702

phone: (208) 334-2999
email: arch@uidaho.edu
website: uidaho.edu/caa/facilities/udc

Integrated Design Lab
306 S 6th St.
Boise, ID 83702

phone: (208) 429-0220
email: kevinv@uidaho.edu
website: www.idlboise.com


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Ethan Mansfield
After graduating from Whitman College in 2011, Ethan worked for a summer in Stanley, Idaho, keeping aquatic invasive species out of Redfish Lake, an outdoor playground nestled at the foot of the Sawtooth mountains. Ethan migrated to Breckenridge, Colorado for the winter, where he experienced a completely different version of mountain culture. After his disparate experiences in two mountain paradises, he was inspired to find out how and why these two towns in a similar mountain setting were so different. This, in turn, led him to the field of planning. He is now a graduate student in the Bioregional Planning Program at the University of Idaho and still enjoys cavorting about in mountains and canyons of the intermountain west. His professional interests include economic development planning, natural resource planning, and sustainable transportation planning.
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Seth Cool
BIOP graduate assistant, focusing on bicycle and pedestrian planning.
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Josh Hightree
Josh graduated U of I in 2006 with a Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering. He worked for seven years in the semiconductor industry before returning to U of I to pursue Master's degrees in Bioregional Planning and Engineering Management.
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Jorge Jordan
Current BIOP student; from Peru with a Civil Engineering degree
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Christine Schuette
From the Midwest with an interior design background, Christine is a BIOP AmeriCorps Volunteer focusing on Regional Food Security and Food Systems.
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Jordan Wrigley
Northwest born, northwest bred, Jordan received a degree in International Studies from UIdaho in 2010 specializing in Economic Development and is now a Master’s student in UI’s Bioregional Planning and Community Design programs. She spends time fly fishing and hiking in national forests with her husband Scotty and pup Chai. She specializes in medical logistical planning in the Himalayas and land acquisition planning and economic/cultural recovery in rural areas. SPPUD member.
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Kenzie Payne
BIOP Graduate Student
Kenzie hails from Wisconsin. She received her horticulture degree in 2007 from UW-River Falls. Prior to moving to Moscow she spent several years selling cheese as well as serving in the Peace Corps. Kenzie came to the University of Idaho for a master’s degree in Bioregional Planning and Community Design. Her research project focuses on facilitating a multi-sector marketing initiative for agriculture and heritage businesses in the Palouse-Clearwater Region.
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Liz Boyden
BIOP Student
Liz is working towards getting a Masters in Bioregional Planning with an emphasis in hazard mitigation and adaptation planning. She has a B.S. in Resource, Recreation, and Tourism and a B.S. in Political Science. She also has a minor in Parks, Protected Areas, and Wilderness Areas. She is looking to compare local climate change and hazard mitigation plans internationally and integrating hazard mitigation into comprehensive plans in the U.S. for her thesis. The areas she wants to concentrate on are the United States, more specifically lower Boise, ID, Canada, Germany, and Sweden. In collaboration with her Master's, she plans to get a GIS Certificate. She is also currently a Research Assistant in the Geography Department, completing work for Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Currently, she is completing hazard overlays in GIS, which analyze multiple hazards, examining which populations and types of landcover are located within the hazard zones. She is completing this analysis for Health District 6 and her results are going towards an overall risk assessment, which incorporates multiple other parts being completed by other students and researchers. She loves nature and anything to do with the outdoors.
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Scott Millman
BIOP Graduate Student
Scott is originally from Illinois. He did his undergraduate work at Illinois State University and interested in rural and tribal planning law. His career goals include working in city and urban planning.