|Name:||Email:||Mailing Address:||What are your research topics?||What are keys words related to your interests?||Publications:||Grants obtained:||Do you have any collaboration requests?||When was this form last updated?|
|Ahn, Miraemail@example.com||Texas State University, School of Family and Consumer Sciences, 601 University Drive, San Marcos, TX 78666||Housing for the elderly, Residential technology adoption, Sustainable living||Housing for the elderly, Residential technology adoption, Sustainable living||Lee, S., & Ahn, M. (2013). Housing affordability challenges for U.S. baby boomers resulting from the 2009 recession. Housing and Society, 40 (1), 85-109.|
Ahn, M., & Hegde, A. (2011). Perceived aspects of home environments and home modifications by older people living in rural areas. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 25 (1), 18-30.
Ahn, M., Beamish, J. O, & Goss, R. C. (2008). Understanding the mature market for residential technologies. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 36 (3), 243-260.
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Data analysis, statistical assistance||12/12/14|
|Anacker, Katrin B.||firstname.lastname@example.org||3351 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22201||housing, suburbs, economic demographics||housing, suburbs, economic demographics||Anacker, Katrin B., ed. (2015) The New American Suburb: Poverty, Race, and the Economic Crisis. Farnham, Ashgate.|
Carr, James H. and Katrin B. Anacker (2014) “The Past and Current Politics of Housing Finance and the Future of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, and Homeownership in the United States.” Banking and Financial Services Policy Report: A Journal of Trends in Regulation and Supervision 33.7, 1-10.
Anacker, Katrin B. (2013) “Immigrating, Assimilating, Cashing In? Analyzing Property Values in Suburb of Immigrant Gateways.” Housing Studies 28.5, 720-745.
|George Mason University/Vice President Research & Economic Development, Summer Research Funding for Tenure-Track and Tenured Faculty, “Analyzing Municipal Responses to Diversity in Mature Suburbs on Long Island through Expert Interviews” 2010 ($5,000)|
Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy, “Upkeep Decisions of Homeowners: Psychology of Home Investment” 2007 ($3,000)
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application||12/12/14|
|Ballard de Ruiz, Sueemail@example.com||7341 Bidwell Rd., Joelton, TN 37080||Sustainable Living (Housing); Indoor Air Quality; Energy Efficiency and Weatherization in Housing||Sustainability; Indoor Air Quality; Energy Efficiency||Tennessee State University Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement (2011-2014) HUD Grant Go Green North Nashville Energy Retrofit. Ballard de Ruiz, lead faculty member coordinating sustainability, advisory board, search committee for choosing contractors; provide student service learning in homes for energy audits; conduct indoor air quality testing.$789,031|
Ballard de Ruiz, S., Machara, M. (2010 – 2013) Capacity Building Grant (USDA/NIFA) Bringing Sustainable Environmental Consumer Practices to the Community and the Classroom. $149,774.
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Suggestions for publication venues||12/12/14|
|Beamish, Juliafirstname.lastname@example.org||240 Wallace Hall, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA 24061||Aging in Place/Senior Housing, Multifamily Housing, Universal Design/Kitchen and Bath Design||Aging-in–Place, Universal Design, Multifamily||Beamish, J. Parrott, K. Emmel, J., & Peterson. (2013). Kitchen Planning: Guidelines, Codes and Standards (2nd edition). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.|
Parrott, K., Beamish, J., Emmel, J., & Peterson, M.J. (2013). Bathroom Planning: Guidelines, Codes, and Standards (2nd edition). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Hwang, E., Kwon, H., Beamish, J. & Koh, S. (2014). Aging in Place: A Rural-Urban Comparison in Jeju Island, South Korea. Housing and Society, 41 (2), 229-245.
Kwon, H.J., & Beamish, J.O. (2014) Segmentation analysis of US older adults living in multifamily housing: reasons for moving. International Journal of Consumer Studies. 38, 427-434.
|Koebel, C. T (Center for Housing Research), & Beamish, J. (2002-2003). HUD Task Order R-2002-R-00039: ECHO Housing Demonstration Program. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. $59,676.|
Beamish, J.O., Emmel, J., & Parrott, K. R. (2002-2003). Kitchen Storage Research Project II. National Kitchen and Bath Association. $7,500.
McLain-Kark, J., Beamish, J., & Roberto, K. (2000-2001). Using the CAVE to Determine Residents’ Preferences and Functioning in Assisted Living Private Spaces. Andrus Foundation. $100,000.
|Betz-Hamilton, Axtonemail@example.com||Eastern Illinois University, 600 Lincoln Ave., Charleston, IL 61920||Fraud, Teaching and Learning of Housing||Child identity theft, Elder financial exploitation||Betz-Hamilton, A. (2014). Addressing career development and the integrative nature of family and consumer sciences: An independent study. Proceedings of the 2014 Housing Education and Research Association Conference. |
Vincenti, V., Browne, L., Betz-Hamilton, A., & Jasper, C.R. (2014). Secrecy and elder power of attorney financial exploitation within the family system. Journal of Consumer Education. (Accepted).
Tell, D., & Betz, A.E. (2012). Housing issues and solutions for the residents on the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota. Journal of Consumer Education, 29, 70-74.
|Vincenti, V.B.; Betz-Hamilton, A., Schatz, M.C.S.; Goebel, K.P., & Rudisuhle, D.P. (2014). Understanding elder financial exploitation in the family: Identifying relational complexities. National Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society. National Alumni Chapter Grant ($1,000.00) and the New Initiatives Grant ($3,000.00). Total: $4,000.00. |
Tell, D., & Betz, A. (2013). How does culture influence housing choices and behaviors of the Pine Ridge Reservation? Honors Council of the Illinois Region. ($1,034.97).
|Help for new researchers, Data analysis, statistical assistance||12/19/14|
|Bruin, Marilynfirstname.lastname@example.org||240 McNeal, 1985 Buford, Saint Paul, MN 55108||Affordable housing and family well-being; senior housing; housing policy||Poverty; residential satisfaction; neighborhood effects||Skobba, K., Bruin, M., & Carswell, A. (2013). Understanding housing careers. Housing and Society 40(2): 170-192.|
Skobba, K., Bruin, M., & Yust, B. (2013). Beyond renting and owning: The housing accommodations of low-income families. Journal of Poverty 17:234-252.
Cho, J., Cook, C.C., & Bruin, M.J. (2012). Functional ability, neighborhood resources and housing satisfaction among older adults in the U.S. Journal of Housing for the Elderly 395-412. DOI:10.1080/02763893.2012.724376
|Smart House, Livable Community, Your Future|
Institute of Museum and Library Services Engaged Communities Program
Co PIs: Lin Nelson-Mayson, Marilyn Bruin, and Sauman Chu 2010 – 2011 -$104,000
Research on the Impact of Baby Boomers on Housing Issues, Hennepin County, Minnesota
Principle Investigator: Marilyn Bruin; Co-Principle Investigator: Becky Yust
June 2010 – June 2011 - $37,989
Innovation in Design, McKnight Foundation
Principle Investigator: Becky Yust; Co-Principle Investigator: Marilyn Bruin
August 2008 – December 2008, $37,852 ($6,000 in-kind contributed)
Assessment of Pilot Projects of the Emerging Markets Homeownership Initiative, University of Minnesota
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Review of work in progress, Review of draft manuscripts||12/12/2014|
|Clowdus, Gabrielleemail@example.com||240 McNeal Hall, 1985 Buford Ave. St. Paul, MN 55108||global inequality, adequate housing, human rights||shared prosperity, mirco lending, wealth distribution||Review of work in progress, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Help for new researchers|
|Delgadillo, Lucy M.||firstname.lastname@example.org||2905 Old Main Hill FCHD Department Utah Stat University Logan, Utah 84322-2905||housing counseling and consumer protection, mortgage lending products, housing affordability among low income populations, financial coaching||housing, coaching, counseling||Delgadillo, L., **Allen, J., & *DeHart, P. (2014). Perceived financial costs and neighborhood effect of foreclosures by next-door neighbors in USDA rural areas. Housing and Society, 41(2), 177-194.|
Delgadillo, L., Stokes, C., & Lown, J. (2014). Descriptive analysis of reverse mortgage counseling clients. Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning, 25 (2), p:tba
*Nelson, S., Delgadillo, L., & Dew, J. (2013), Housing cost burden and marital satisfaction. Journal of Marriage and Family Review, 49:6, 546-561
|2008 - 2010* - USDA-UAES, $49,587, Evaluation of USDA 502 Loans|
2010 - State Dept. Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (BECA), $25,240, Consumer Policy Protection in Costa Rica
2012 – 2013 - U.S. HUD, $18,000, Reverse Mortgage Counseling
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Review of work in progress, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Questions regarding questionnaire design, Data analysis, content analysis||12/18/14|
|Drew, Rachelemail@example.com||1033 Massachusetts Ave, 5th floor, Cambridge, MA 02138||Homeownership, housing policy||homeownership, policy||Help for new researchers, Data analysis, statistical assistance, Suggestions for publication venues||12/22/14|
|Earhart, Carlafirstname.lastname@example.org||FCS Dept., AT 150, Ball State University, Muncie IN 47306||HOUSING NORMS: perceptions of ownership vs. renting, houses vs. apartments; impact of media, art, literature, film, etc. on housing norms/perceptions; SPECIALIZED HOUSING: student housing, senior housing; HOUSING EDUCATION: teaching strategies, academic issues, immersive learning, internships, housing education for children/youth, housing careers||housing norms, specialized housing, housing education||Earhart, C., Morris, K., & Shidler, D. (2014). Housing diversity in children's literature, Proceedings of the 2014 Annual Conference of the Housing Education and Research Association. |
Fields, T.J., Earhart, C. Liu, T., & Campbell, H. (2013). A hedonic model for off-campus student housing: The value of proximity to campus, Housing and Society, 40(1), 41-60.
Earhart, C., & Spindler, D. (2010). The power of the media: Apartment industry terminology in online news articles, Proceedings of the 2010 Annual Conference of the Housing Education and Research Association.
|2011 - Reflections of the American Housing Dream, internal grant funded by the Ball State University Creative Teaching Grant program, to fund development of a Tier 3 University Core Course |
2011 - Beyond the American Housing Dream - It’s Child’s Play, internal grant funded by the Ball State University Virginia Ball Center for Creative Inquiry to fund an immersive learning project on children's awareness/perceptions related to multifamily housing
|Review of work in progress, Review of draft manuscripts, Suggestions for publication venues, suggestions for funding opportunities||12/21/2014|
|Eilering, Debraemail@example.com||168 Twin Lake Drive||Universal Design, Sustainable Materials, Healing Gardens||Sustainability, Aging in Place, Universal Design||Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application||12/12/14|
|Galford, Gregoryfirstname.lastname@example.org||Chatham University, Woodland Rd., Pittsburgh, PA 15232||alternative housing types||housing, types, alternative||Housing and Society, 2015||National Science Foundation, ABSL in the STEM Disciplines||Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Review of work in progress, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Help for new researchers, Data analysis, content analysis, Review of draft manuscripts, Suggestions for publication venues||12/20/14|
|Kim, Suk-Kyungemail@example.com||2692 Tapestry Dr. Okemos, MI 48864||Environment and Behaviors, Green Building and Homes, Crime Free Environment through Environmental Design||Green, Health, Affordability||Kim, Suk-Kyung, & Lee, E.S. (2014). LEED for Homes Rating System and resident satisfaction with LEED-certified homes: Focusing on the US cases. Journal of Korean Housing, 25(3), 25-34.|
Kim, Suk-Kyung, Lee, Y. M., & Lee, E. S. (2013). The defensible space theory for creating safe urban neighborhoods: Perceptions and design implications in the U.S. and South Korea. Journal of Architectural and Planning Research, 30(3), 181-196. (SSCI)
Kim, Suk-Kyung, Lee, J., & Ahn, M. (2013). New Urbanism and resident walking: Behavioral characteristics and differences between two contemporary communities. International Journal of Constructed
Environment, 3(2), 13-32.
|Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant Program. US Department of Housing and Urban Development|
Project Title: “Mid-Michigan Regional Plan for Sustainable Development: Improvement and Implementation” (April 2012-April 2015), Funding Amount: $500,050 for MSU
PIs: Suk-Kyung Kim (Co-PI, 20%), Mary Beth Craebert (Co-PI, 20%)
Paul Nieratko (Co-PI, 20%), Wayne Beyea (Co-PI, 20%), & Rex L LaMore (Co-PI, 20%)
Role: PI for the Project 2. A Regional Affordable Housing Study (April 2012-June 2014). My portion within this project is 20% of $500,050, which is $100,010.
Energy Efficient Housing Research Partnerships Grant, National Renewable Energy Laboratory & US Department of Energy
Project Title: “Habitat Cost Effective Energy Retrofit Program for Mixed-Humid and Cold Climate Housing Stock” (March 2011-August 2012), Funding Amount: $317,886 for MSU
PIs: Tim Mrozowski (PI, 50%), M.G. “Matt” Syal (Co-PI, 35%), Suk-Kyung Kim (Co-PI, 10%), & Marcus Metoyer (5%).
Role: Co-PI for the Project 6.1 Housing Archetype Analysis for Home Energy-Efficient Retrofit In the Great Lakes Region
My portion within this project is 10% of $317,886, which is $31,788.
DNR-MSU Sustainable Park Development Partnership, Michigan Department of Natural Resources. Project Title: “DNR-MSU Sustainable Park Development” (August 2014-July 2015)
Project Team Members: Suk-Kyung Kim (33.4%), Pat L. Crawford (33.3%), & Tim Mrozowski (33.3%)
Role: PI for the subproject titled “Redesign plan for the Closed Zoo Site in the Belle Isle State Park”
My portion within this project is 33.4% of $30,000, which is $10,020.
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Review of draft manuscripts, Suggestions for publication venues||12/21/14|
|Lee, Sung-Jinfirstname.lastname@example.org||Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 1601 East Market Street, Greensboro, North Carolina 27411||Housing for an aging society; Sustainable communities; Social and environmental issues||Aging in place; Sustainability; Quality of life (Well-being)||Lee, S., Parrott, K., & Ahn, M. (2014). Housing adequacy: A well-being indicator for elderly households in southern U.S. communities. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 42(3), 235–251. doi: 10.1111/fcsr.12058|
Lee, S., & Ahn, M. (2013). Housing affordability challenges for U. S. baby boomers resulting from the 2009 recession. Housing and Society, 40(1), 85-109.
Lee, S., Parrott, K., & Ahn, M. (2012). Exploring housing challenges of low-income minority populations in the Southern United States. Cityscape, 14(1), 73-98.
|“Evans Allen Grant Program - Aging in Place: What Low Income North Carolina Elderly Homeowners are Doing to Remain in Their Homes.” U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), $569,209 (Funded) (2012 - 2015).|
“Travel Grant Award for the NIFA Grantsmanship Workshop.” National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, $1,000 (2010).
“Tessie Agan Award Grant.” Housing Education and Research Association, $750 (2010).
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Questions regarding questionnaire design, Data analysis, statistical assistance, Suggestions for publication venues||12/19/2014|
|Lewis, Katrinaemail@example.com||203C Seaton Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design Kansas State University Manhattan, KS 66502||beginning design students, social justice issues, and cross-cultural experiences||learning, peace, and culture||Lewis, K. “Building Global Perception Among Beginning Design Students: A Dialogue of Peace, Conflict and Human-Centered Design” to the “Actions: The Making of Place” for the Twenty-ninth National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA, Spring 2013: pages 319-324. (Blind peer reviewed abstract: Accepted, presented, published paper.)|
Clement, L. (45%), Lewis, K. (35%), and Kingery-Page, K. (20%). “Collaborative Case Studies of Low-Energy Homes and Sites with Early Design Students” to the “End in/of the Beginning: Realizing the Sustainable Imagination” for the Twenty-eighth National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, State College, Pennsylvania, USA, Spring 2012: pages 59-66. (Blind peer reviewed abstract: Accepted, presented, published paper.)
Lewis, K. “Bridging Disciplines and Cultures: From Beginning Design in the United States to Integrated Humanities in Bangladesh” to the “Beginning Of In The End” for the Twenty-seventh National Conference on the Beginning Design Student, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, Spring 2011: pages 132-137. (Blind peer reviewed abstract: Accepted, presented, published paper.)
|Lewis, K. (60%) and Smith, J. (40%). Office of International Programs International Incentive Grants for the “Cuban Exchange,” Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA, Fall 2011: $2100.00. (Funded: Co-hosted Cuban Professor M. Matamoros from Jose Antonio Echevarria Polytechnic Institute in Havana, Cuba from April 17 to May 5, 2012.)|
Kingery-Page, K. (60%), Lewis, K. (20%), and Clement, L. (20%). Kansas State University Small Research Grant for “Case Studies of Low-Energy Homes, Housing Settlements, and Associated Technologies in Kansas and Missouri,” Manhattan, Kansas, USA, Spring 2011: $2000.00, http://krex.k-state.edu/dspace/handle/2097/15289. (Funded.)
Lewis, K. (70%), and Klein, M. (30%). Fischer Interdisciplinary Design Fund Proposal for Design Studio I and Landscape Architecture Specialization Studio, “La Reyna Coffee Cooperative near Matagalpa, Nicaragua: Off-the-Grid, Residential and Ecotourist Fair Trade Destination,” College of Architecture, Planning and Design, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA, for Fall 2009. (Awarded Fall 2008. No funding available due to economy.)
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Suggestions for publication venues||12/12/14|
|Li, Yanmeifirstname.lastname@example.org||School of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida Atlantic University, 777 Glades Rd. SO 284, Boca Raton, FL 33431||Housing and community development, urban economics, real estate economics||mortgage foreclosure, affordable housing||Li, Yanmei, and Rebecca Walter. 2013. Single-family housing market segmentation, post-foreclosure resale duration, and neighborhood attributes. Housing Policy Debate, 23(4): 643-665.|
Li, Yanmei. 2011. Subprime lending and neighborhood characteristics: Spatial patterns by loan category. Housing and Society, Journal of the Housing Education and Research Association, 38 (1): 83-116.
Li, Yanmei, and Hazel Morrow-Jones. 2010. The impact of residential mortgage foreclosure on neighborhood change and succession. Journal of Planning Education and Research, 30(1): 22-39.
|Co-Principal Investigator. 2011-2012, 2012-2013. Wellington 2060 Living Laboratory. (with Ceylan Oner (PI) and Jaap Vos (2012-2013)/ Ceylan Oner and Jaap Vos (PI) (2011-2012)). Grantor: Village of Wellington, FL, $252,083|
Co-Principal Investigator. 2010-2011. Transit-Supportive Infrastructure and Land Use Study - Mid-Town Plantation and Southwest Sunrise, Broward County, Florida. (with Anthony Abbate (PI) and Michele Hawkins). Grantor: Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), $150,000
Principal Investigator. 2010-2011. Housing Policy Responses to Climate Change: Planning and Practice. (Mentor: Alka Sapat)
Grantor: Florida Atlantic University, $2,000
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Review of work in progress, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions, Help for new researchers, Data analysis, statistical assistance, Data analysis, content analysis, Review of draft manuscripts, Suggestions for publication venues||12/28/2014|
|Seay, Martinemail@example.com||318 Justin Hall, Manhattan KS 66502||The effect of housing debt on objective and subjective well-being, Investment in rental real estate, The interaction of housing and food assistance programs||Mortgages, Reverse Mortgages, Rental Real Estate||Nielsen, R. B., & Seay, M. C.** (2014). Complex samples and regression-based inference: Considerations for consumer researchers. Journal of Consumer Affairs, 24(3), 603-619. doi: 10.1111/joca.12038|
** Authors listed alphabetically to reflect equal contribution
Carswell, A. T., Seay, M. C., & Polanowski, M. (2013). Reverse mortgage fraud against seniors: Recognition and education of a burgeoning problem. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 27(1-2), 146-160. doi: 10.1080/02763893.2012.754819
Seay, M. C., Carswell, A. T., Nielsen, R. B., & Palmer, L. (2013). Rental real estate ownership prior to the Great Recession. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 41(4), 363-374. doi: 10.1111/fcsr.12024
|USDA Research Innovation and Development Grants in Economics (RIDGE) Program Grant|
Project: The Dynamics of Food and Housing Assistance Programs Before and After the Great Recession
Period: July 2014-December 2015
Co-Investigator (with Melissa Wilmarth and Robb Nielsen)
Center for Engagement and Community Development Engagement Incentive Grant
Project: Engaging Novice Agricultural Educators in Community Based Service Learning
Period: July 2013-March 2014
Co-Investigator (with Brandie Disberger and Trisha Gott)
Georgia Real Estate Fraud Protection Coalition (GREFPAC) Founders Education Grant
Project: Assessing neighborhood changes in mortgage fraud-impacted areas
Period: April 2013-March 2014
Primary Investigator (with Andrew Carswell and Ron Malega)
|Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions||12/12/14|
|Ziebarth, Annfirstname.lastname@example.org||University of Minnesota Housing Studies Program- College of Design 240 McNeal Hall 1985 Buford Ave St. Paul, MN 55018||Rural housing, housing theory, second homes||Rural housing, migrant workers, second homes||MacTavish, K., Ziebarth, A., & George, L. (2014). Housing in rural America. In C. Bailey, L. Jensen, & E. Ransom (Eds). Rural America in a Globalizing World (pp. 677-692). Morgantown: West Virginia Press.|
Ziebarth, A. & Steggell, C. (Eds). (2011) A Field Guide to Housing Theory (2nd Edition). Online at www.lulu.com.
Ziebarth, A. (2006). Housing seasonal workers for Minnesota’s processed vegetable industry. Rural Sociology, 71(2), 335-357.
|Housing as a Strategy for Recruiting and Retaining Rural Healthcare Providers. Principal Investigator: Ann Ziebarth. Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Project # MIN-53-026. July 1, 2008-June 30, 2011. $180,664.50.|
Recreational Homes, Gateway Communities, and Rural Development. Principal Investigator: Dave Marcouiller. Co-Principal Investigators: Dan Erkkila, Bill Gartner, Ann Ziebarth, Mark Skidmore, Christine Vogt, Steve Deller, Gary Green, Kelly Haverkampf, & Richelle Winkler. North Central Regional Center for Rural Development (NCRCRD) 2011 Small Grants Program. October 1, 2011-September 30, 2012. $10,518.
Community, Interpersonal Resources and Rural Family Strategies. USDA-CSRS National Research Initiative Competitive Grant. Co-Investigators: Leann Tigges, Ann Ziebarth, and Ron Shaffer. October 1, 1994-September 30, 1997. $205,915.
|Review of work in progress, Sounding board, someone to bounce ideas off of and get suggestions||12/12/14|
|Yust, Beckyemail@example.com||1985 Buford Avenue, Saint Paul, MN 55108||Housing adequacy and affordability; Housing decisions and theory||multifamily housing; sustainable; low-income households||Yust, B. L. (forthcoming). Multifamily housing design. In K. Anacker, A. Carswell, K. Tremblay, & S. Kirby (Eds.), Introduction to housing (2nd Edition). Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press.|
Skobba, K., Bruin, L., & Yust, B. (2013). Beyond renting and owning: The housing accommodations of low-income families. Journal of Poverty, 17, 234-252. doi: 10.1080/10875549.2013.775992
Crull, S., Cook, C., Bruin, M., Yust, B., Shelly, M., Laux, S., Memken, J., Niemeyer, S., & White, B. (2009). Evidence of a housing decision chain in rural community vitality. Rural Sociology, 74(1), 113-137. doi: 10.1526/003601109787524124
|Applying Post-Occupancy Evaluation to Advance Innovations in Affordable Multifamily Housing. (PI B. Yust); Sponsor: McKnight Foundation|
Research on the Impact of Baby Boomers on Housing Issues (PI M Bruin; Co-PI B. Yust); Sponsor: Hennepin County, MN
Innovation in Design. (PI B. Yust; Co-PI M. Bruin); Sponsor: McKnight Foundation
School of Economics, Finance and Banking, College of Business, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 06010, Sintok Kedah
|housing affordability||affordable, housing trust|
1) Minister of Higher Education
2) National Institute of Valuation Malaysia
Seeking a co-investigator for future grant application, Questions regarding questionnaire design, Data analysis, content analysis, Review of draft manuscripts, Suggestions for publication venues