Alumni Office Hour: Exploring interests in graduate studies and developing your professional toolkit with Robert Walter-Joseph
His undergrad helped broadened his ability to think about the world. His master's in planning helped him connect theory to policy levers that affect how people live and connect. Today, Robert is an urban planner with experience both in development planning and policy planning. Whether you're interested in broadening - or narrowing your interests, building your professional toolkit, or learning to enjoy your work as a planner, join us for this Career AMA with Robert Walter-Joseph, Planner at Gladki Planning Associates.
Join us Wednesday, May 5, 2021
5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Zoom - link will be provided
Submit your questions for Robert when you register or ask them during the event
BES '12, GEM | MA '15, Planning
Planner at Gladki Planning Associates
Robert Walter-Joseph is an urban planner with experience in land use analysis and development approvals. He has worked to advance commercial, industrial development and residential projects across the GTA, leading teams of sub-consultants to advance approvals. Robert has led discussions between stakeholder groups, politicians, developers and the public as part of ongoing consultation for land development projects. Robert uses GIS to understand and communicate the spatial dimensions of urban development and the ways in which social, economic and demographic phenomena are represented across the urban landscape.
Robert has conducted research on how experiences of housing and residence vary by generation, conducting surveys and publishing articles and maps on the subject.
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The Leadership Series was created in 2016 to provide Faculty of Environment students an opportunity to connect with, and learn from, a broad range of faculty alumni through themed discussions and small-group networking. Building on its success, Alumni Office Hours was launched in winter 2021 to facilitate bi-monthly online events hosted by alumni on a variety of career-related topics. The series gives students a chance to connect with alumni in a smaller, more comfortable setting to learn about career paths, broaden their perspectives and hone desirable career skills.