MCRP Student | Research Assistant
Stuart Hamre is a Master’s student at the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) at the University of British Columbia. Before coming to SCARP, he attended the University of Toronto, obtaining an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Design, with a minor in Human Geography. Throughout and following his undergraduate degree, Stuart worked for the Government of the Northwest Territories in a variety of roles related to facility planning, capital planning, and policy research.
Stuart’s research interests are in the relationship between urban design, transportation planning, and development; with particular attention paid to Transit-Oriented Development (TOD).
MCRP Candidate (2018) – University of British Columbia
BA, Honours (2015) Architectural Design – University of Toronto
Stuart uses his design and policy experience to perform data visualization and research at the Health & Community Design Lab.