Research Associate and Lecturer
Knowlton School of City and Regional Planning
Ohio State University
Identifies as: Caucasian
Justin Reeves Meyer, Ph.D. is a lecturer in City and Regional Planning, specializing in arts/cultural planning and design. In addition to lecturing at the Knowlton School of Architecture, Dr. Meyer works as a Research Associate at the Center of Science and Industry in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Meyer has over 10 years of experience working with arts/cultural institutions, which include The Choir of Trinity College, Cambridge, the Hamtramck (Michigan) Historical Museum, the Portland Art Museum, the Aspen Art Museum, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, and the Center for Science and Industry (COSI). Dr. Meyer’s research focuses on the interactions between arts/cultural institutions, communities, and urban space, and uses econometrics and geographic, spatial analysis methods to help inform program and policy decisions.