Chapin, F. Stuart, Jr.
CHAPIN, F. Stuart, Jr.
CHAPIN, F. Stuart, Jr. American, b. 1916. Genres: Regional/Urban planning. Career: Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Planning, Dept. of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, since 1978 (Associate Professor, 1949-54; Professor, 1954-78). With Tennessee Valley Authority, 1940-42 and 1945-47; Director of Planning, City of Greensboro, North Carolina, 1947-49; Member, Committee on Urban Economics, Resources for the Future Inc., 1964-69; Member, President Johnson's Task Force on Cities, 1966-67; Member, Dept. of Urban Transportation, Highway Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, 1964-67; Guggenheim Fellow, 1973; Member, State of Washington Columbia River Gorge Commission, 1985-87; Member, Bistate Columbia River Gorge Commission, 1987-93. Publications: Communities for Living, 1941; Urban Land Use Planning, 1957, 4th ed. (co-author), 1995; (co-ed. and contrib.) Urban Growth Dynamics, 1962; (co-author) Across the City Line, 1974; Human Activity Patterns in the City, 1974.