Sanda Kaufman

Sanda Kaufman is Professor of Planning, Public Policy and Administration at Cleveland State University’s Levin College of Urban Affairs, where she directs the MA in Environmental Studies and the MS in Urban Studies programs. Her research spans: negotiations in environmental and other multi-stakeholder public conflicts; social-environmental systems resilience; dynamic modelling of complex processes, program evaluation; and negotiation pedagogy. She collaborates with scholars in planning, public administration, law, physics, management, statistics, and geography, and with practitioners of planning and conflict management.