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Elizabeth Morton, Ph.D

Virginia Tech Urban Affairs and Planning
Professor of Practice
Alexandria, VA
Elizabeth Morton is a Professor of Practice at Virginia Tech's Urban Affairs and Planning Program in the National Capital Region. Her interests include urban design, historic preservation, downtown revitalization, public art and commemoration.

Dr. Morton has worked for a variety of arts and preservation organizations in the US, and as a consultant in planning and design has conducted studies for institutions such as the World Bank, UNESCO, the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH), Urban Arts, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Dr. Morton is a Director of the McLean Revitalization Corporation and served as President from 2012-2015. She is also an appointed member of the Fairfax County Community Reinvestment and Revitalization Advisory Group. She has served as a review panelist for the US EPA National Award for Smart Growth Excellence and has been appointed to the Oakland (CA) Strategic Plan Task Force, the Oakland Percent for Art Advisory Committee, and the Somerville (MA) Arts Council.

Dr. Morton has a BA from Williams College (English and Art History), a MRP from UNC-Chapel Hill and a Ph.D in City Design and Development from MIT.
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