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Prof

Alan March

Professor - Urban Planning
Architecture, Building and Planning
social sciences
science & technology
public administration
life sciences & biomedicine
regional & urban planning
environmental studies
environmental sciences & ecology
urban studies
resilience
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Prof

Alan March

 
Division
Architecture, Building and Planning
 
Primary Interest
Disaster Risk Reduction
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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2017

Planning Institute of Australia (National) Commendation, Planner of the Year

2016

Planning Institute of Australia (Victoria) Planner of the Year

2014

Planning Institute of Australia, Cutting Edge Research

2011

Tertiary Bushfire Course Melbourne University $100,000 in first round

Building Commission & DPCD

2011

Climate Change Adaptation: Suitability Indices of Human Settlement Fire Vulnerability $192,000

Natural Disaster Resilience Grants Scheme

2010

Institutional Resilience in Bushfire Prone Areas: Learning from Experience $50,000

Interdisciplinary Fund

2010

Benefits of the Wildfire Management Overlay $15,000

Country Fire Authority

2010

Urban Design Principles for Reducing Bushfire Risk $40,000

Collaborative Research Fund with Country Fire Authority

2008

Professional Teaching and Learning $40,000

Provost Grant

2012

Adjunct Researcher and Fellow, Global Risk Forum, Davos, Switzerland


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Professor - Urban Planning

Architecture, Building and Planning

Certified Practising Planner

Planning Institute of Australia

Education


URBAN PLANNING

University of Melbourne

TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING

University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNING (Distinction)

Curtin University of Technology

Languages


English

International Linkages


Bogazici (Bosphorus) University

Turkey

Global Risk Forum Davos

Switzerland