|Weimin Li |
Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture
|B.S.Environment and Resource Planning||Zhongshan University, 1998|
|M.S.Physical Geography||Zhongshan University, 2001|
|Ph.D. Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning||UC Berkeley, 2008|
Weimin Li’s teaching and research are centered on applying state of the art geo-spatial technologies in investigating the interplay between natural and human systems in urban context and thus enriching the knowledge base of landscape design and environmental planning. She integrates both ecological determinism and social/behavioral theories to support decision making in design and planning process. Her current research emphasizes on the relationship between environmental amenities, e.g., urban green settings, and different dimensions of quality of life, e.g., safety (crime), health, and environmental justice, as well as how geospatial technologies can play critical role in such investigations.
Weimin Li is currently teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses on Geographic Information Systems, Senior Projects, Environmental Analysis, Design and Planning Methodology, and Computation Application. For more information about her teaching and research, please go to www.csupomona.edu/~wli.