Juan Camilo Osorio
City and Regional Planning
Graduate Center for Planning
Juan Camilo's work emphasizes the tension between cities, inequality, and environmental conflict. As Assistant Professor, he engages students in applied research and planning collaborations with grassroots leaders to nurture mutual learning and explore the ethical and technical complexity of urban planning work. As Research Consultant with the NYC Environmental Justice Alliance, he helps expand mutual research infrastructure for Participatory Action Research (PAR) and trans-disciplinary collaboration.
His teaching and research reflect on ten years of professional urban planning practice. He previosly served as Director of Research for the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance, and as Senior Planner and Geographic Information Systems Analyst at The Municipal Art Society Planning Center.