姓名:Brian Page
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简介:教授

 

姓名:Brian Page

性别:男

邮箱:richardpage322@gmx.com

简介:教授

 

佩吉教授曾在巴西北里奥格兰德大学、英国国家社会研究中心、美国特拉华州立大学等多所大学从事教学科研工作,在我所主要承担研究生专业英语、海洋社会学等课程的教学工作。

 

Education Overview

2005 MSM Colorado Technical University, Project Management

1995 BA Honors/ Distinction, University of Delaware, Anthropology and Sociology

 

Employment Overview

2015 Visiting Assistant Professor, Universidade Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil work with the Center for Applied Social Sciences

2014-2015 Freelance Work, National Center for Social Research, England

2013-2014 Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, Delaware State University

2011-2013 Visiting Scholar, assistant professor, Sirikit School, Thailand with Chulalongkarn University, research the regional health of Thai/ Dai genotypes in Northeast Thailand

2008-2011 Visiting Scholar and Planner, Shanghai Sustainable Development for the 2010 Expo

2006- 2008 Consultant, Delaware Public Archive, Archive Development, Historical Marker Mapping using GIS and Geolocation Services, lecturing DTCC, Wilmington

1999-2005  Historic Preservation Planner Sussex County Delaware, lecturing Delaware State University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Delaware, Mahachulalongkoarn Thailand and at Chulalongkarn Thailand

1997-2000 FEMA Disaster Mitigation Officer, Region 3, Philadelphia, Teaching at EMI, and study at NYU

1997-1999 Consultant, City of Wilmington, Office of Emergency Management

 

Projects

2003 Cape Henlopen planning board,  chief author of the Greenways Grant 3,000,000$ for the development of sustainable greenway trails in Cape Henlopen State Park, for Sussex County Council and the Parks Council

2001-2005 Oak Orchard Sewer District Planning and design with William Requhardt and Associates for Sussex County Delaware

1999-2002 Ellendale City Sewer and Regional Planning

1999-2004 City of Lewes Historic Preservation Board and Law, Development of Preservation and Design Law

1999-2004 Advisor to City of Rehoboth Beach Historic Preservation, City of Georgetown Historic Preservation and planning commission

2003-2004 National Sanskrit Archive India, collecting, building and helping to address problems in the preservation of silkroad documents.

2002 Indian River Inlet Bridge Design Planning Group

2003 Milton Library Planning and Design

1999-2000- Historic Georgetown Brick Hotel Preservation and Rehabilitation

1999-2003 Mitigation and implementation of mitigation strategies with Project Impact in the Coastal Zone of Delaware

1996-1999 Delaware Coastal Zone Project and Water protection survey and recommended upgrades to the DNREC

1996-2001 Delaware Coastal Zone Industry Management Planning with DNREC

1993-1994 Research Scholar University of Delaware, to the Smithsonian and University of Pennsylvania Museums

1993 Research Assistant Archaeology Laboratory University of Delaware

1992 Department of Arts and Sciences Research Assistant to Juan Villamarin, Dean of the Department of Anthropology, meeting with Claude Levi-Strauss for Juan in Paris.

 

Publications

Additional Reports at the Delaware State Historic Preservation Office, Dover, Delaware 

2008 Research Report to New Castle County Council on Sustainable Development Planning and plan designs and ideas for a comprehensive methodology and implementation timeline.

2006 Planning for the Development of Urban Landscapes while protecting resources, communities and landscapes

2005 Delaware in the Great Depression. Arcadia Press

2002 Historical and Physical Apparatus in Physical and Statistical Mathematics, analysis of the use of mathematical models in social sciences

2001 Architectural Resource Survey Lewes Beach, Delaware for the Sussex County Council, DE SHPO and the Digital Archive Resource Center

2000 Historic Preservation Plan, City of Lewes, Preservation Laws for all twelve towns of Sussex County

1999 Environmental and Historic Resource Protection Plan, Sussex County Delaware

1998 Historic Preservation and Emergency Management, protecting our nations heritage in disasters, draft paper with Angela Tweedy for the Office of the Director of Emergency Management, Washington DC

1997 The waterscape: epidemiology and port cities in the coastal cities. For the science council

1996 Linguistics in context, the potential use of GIS in mapping the Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic and Sino-Tibetan languages and genetic families

1994  Arts of the Amazon, museum and collections research and documentation as a student for Peter G. Roe’s book and analysis

1993 Understanding infections in Port Cities, in “Rats, Cats’ and Plagues” for the science education society

1993 Analysis of the Colonial City as a cultural patasche, “Casablanca, Rabat” from mountains to the sea in the semiotics of meaning of colonial cities

1992 Analysis of the Risk of HIV 1 infection in Children who runaway in Colombia, review of the 1998 UNESCO report under Juan Villamarin at the University of Delaware.