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About Darrel Ramsey-Musolf

Darrel Ramsey-Musolf joined the faculty of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning as an Assistant Professor in Fall 2013. He holds a PhD from University of Wisconsin-Madison and Master's degrees from Cal Poly Pomona and Suffolk University. While at Madison, he received a HUD Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant that supported his mixed-method examination of California's Housing Element Law and a 2-year AOF research grant from the College of Letters and Science.

While at Cal Poly Pomona, he was co-chair of the Graduate Student Planning Association, received the California Planners' Roundtable and UCLA Hagman scholarships, and served on APA's Student Representatives Council representing Region VI.

In April 2013, he proposed and moderated a session on affordable housing as part of APA's inaugural “Research Day” in Chicago. Professionally, he has worked as a municipal planner for the California cities of Glendora and Hawaiian Gardens, a planning intern for the City of Pomona, and a graduate management intern for the City of Pasadena.


Present Assistant Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Contact Information

John Olver Design Building, Rm 210
551 North Pleasant Street
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA 01003


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