Angela Million, PhD
School of Planning, Design and Construction
Adjunct Professor, Urban & Regional Planning; Diplom-Ing Urban Design & Development, Berlin University of Technology, Germany
Research Interests: educational spaces and urban planning, children and youth in the city, participatory urban design, retail development, urban food systems and infrastructure development
Dr. Angela Million, née Uttke, is Professor of Urban Design and Urban Development at TU Berlin and Adjunct Professor at MSU. Before she was a researcher at the Institute of Urban Affairs (Difu) in Berlin and TU Dortmund, Germany. She studied urban design and planning in Germany, Spain and the US. She holds a Dipl.-Ing. from BTU Cottbus and a PhD from TU Dortmund. Her research focuses on participatory urban design and building and planning culture (Baukultur), with a special interest in cities as educational settings, children and youth. Furthermore her design research explores multifunctional infrastructure development. Building on her work in the classroom, Dr. Million scholarship includes studies on teaching urban design and visual communication of planning. She is founding member of JAS Jugend Architektur Stadt e.V., a non-profit association dedicated to architecture and built environment education and participation of children und young people.