Dr. Beth Nagy, Associate College Lecturer, Urban Planning Practice for the Levin College of Public Affairs and Education has received the Lincoln Institute of Land and Policy’s prestigious Case Study Award. Nagy was selected as one of only ten researchers nationally to receive the award.
Utilizing the $2,000 award, Nagy and co-author Bob Jaquay, a Senior Fellow with Levin College and former Vice President for Programs at the George Gund Foundation, will research and write a teaching case study focused on maximizing community benefit from Cleveland’s opportunity corridor. Employing Lincoln Institute’s case template, they will receive guidance and will benefit from technical support including feedback from an instructional designer and a case writing expert as well as edits and feedback from a copy editor. Once complete, the case study will be included in the Lincoln Institute’s digital case library.
The award is made possible through a collaboration between the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) and the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. The Lincoln Institute seeks out case studies that recreate real-world problems and ask students to consider multiple perspectives.