Pamela Robinson (MCIP, RPP) is the associate dean, graduate studies and special projects in the Faculty of Community Services and an associate professor in the School of Urban and Regional Planning at Ryerson. She is also a registered professional planner. As part of the geothink.ca research team, Robinson's research and practice focus on urban sustainability issues with a particular focus on cities and climate change and the use of open data and civic technology to support open government transformations. She serves on the board of directors of the Metcalf Foundation and has participated in four Metrolinx Community Advisory Committees. Robinson is an editor of Urban Sustainability: Reconnecting Space and Place (University of Toronto Press, 2013), Teaching as Scholarship: Preparing Students for Professional Practice in Community Services (WLU Press, 2016) and is a columnist for Spacing magazine.
Land use planning
Planners' relationship with the public
Philosophy of teaching:
To engage students in efforts to bridge the gaps between planning theory and practice.
MCIP Member, Canadian Institute of Planners
RPP, Registered Professional Planner
AICP, American Institute of Certified Planners
OAA, Ontario Association of Architects
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Strategic Initiatives, Faculty of Community Services, and Associate Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning