Brian Muller is an Associate Professor in the Environmental Design and Environmental Studies Programs. His teaching and scholarship focuses on processes of environmental and land use planning and use of spatial analysis in agency and community decision-making. Much of his research addresses dynamics of metropolitan growth and decline and related problems of environmental risk and adaptation. His recent work is an assessment of planning and design practices emerging both in the United States and other countries around development of green infrastructure as a climate adaptation strategy.
Brian received his undergraduate degree in History from Yale University and a PhD in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of California Berkeley.