Curriculum Vitæ

ANDRÉA LIVI SMITH
540.654.1316
alsmith@umw.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D. Urban and Regional Planning and Design — University of Maryland, College Park, MD — 2008
Dissertation: The Relationship Between Neighborhood Environment and Walking Behavior: The Influence of Perceptions
Examination Fields: Planning Theory, Transportation, Urban Design, Historic Preservation
M.S. Historic Preservation — University of Vermont, Burlington, VT — 2002
B.A. Architecture Studies and B.A. Comparative Literature — Brown University, Providence, RI — 1999

ACADEMIC AFFILIATIONS/APPOINTMENTS
Professor, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2020-present
Prince B. Woodard Chair in Historic Preservation, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2017-present
Chair, Department of Historic Preservation, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2014-2018
Associate Professor, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2014-2020
Director, Center for Historic Preservation, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2009-2014
Assistant Professor, University of Mary Washington; Fredericksburg, VA – 2008-2014
Faculty Research Assistant, National Center for Smart Growth; College Park, MD — 2008-2008
Adjunct Instructor, University of Maryland; College Park, MD – 2006-2008
Research Assistant, National Center for Smart Growth; College Park, MD — 2003-2006
RISE Graduate Fellow, University of Maryland; College Park, MD — Summer 2004

RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Program Coordinator, National Transportation Enhancements Clearinghouse; Washington, DC – 2007-2008
Consultant, College Park Planning Office; College Park, MD — 2003-2008
Teacher, Baltimore Museum of Industry; Baltimore, MD — 2002-2003
Teacher, Slater Mill Historic Site; Pawtucket; RI —2002
Curatorial Intern, Slater Mill Historic Site; Pawtucket, RI — 2001
Intern, Providence Preservation Society; Providence, RI — 1999-2000

AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
Historic Fredericksburg Foundation President’s Award (presented to the UMW HISP Department), 2018
UMW Faculty Research Grant, 2016
Digital Scholars Institute Fellow, 2014
President’s Technology Advisory Council Innovation Grant, 2014
Innovative Digital Pedagogy Fellowship Award, 2013
College of Arts and Sciences Curricular Innovation Grant, 2012
UMW Faculty Research Grant, 2009
NCSG Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award, 2008
Active Living Research Dissertation Grant, 2006
Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship, 2004, 2005 and 2006
University of Vermont Graduate College Fellowship, 2001-2002
BA awarded with Honors, Brown University, 1999 Thesis topic: The Bridges and the Métro in Paris.

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Livi Smith, AD and Burtis, M (2017) A Practical Resource Survey Tool for Preservation. APT Bulletin: The Journal of Preservation Technology, 48(4), 43-49

Livi Smith, AD (2012) The Young Preservationist: Findings from the First Undergraduate Historic Preservation Education Symposium. Preservation Education and Research, 5, 87-96

Livi Smith, AD (2009) The Contribution of Perception in Analysis of Walking Behavior. Transportation Research Record, 2140, 128-136.

Clifton, KJ, Livi Smith AD and Rodriguez D. (2007) The Development and Testing of an Audit for the Pedestrian Environment. Landscape and Urban Planning, 80(1-2), 95-110

INVITED ARTICLES, REVIEWS, BOOK CHAPTERS & REPORTS
Henry, CR and Livi Smith AD (2019) Segregation, Gentrification and Heritage in Fredericksburg, VA: A Preservation Perspective. In M. Ristic, and S. Frank (Eds.) Urban Heritage in Divided Cities. Taylor & Francis: Routledge.

Livi Smith, AD (2014) Aesthetics and the Built Environment: No Painting or Musical Piece Can Compare. In J. Smith, and P. Tinio (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of the Psychology of Aesthetics and the Arts. Cambridge University Press.

Livi Smith, AD (2014) The Development of a Preservation Planning Board Game. Preservation Education: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground, Barry L. Stiefel and Jeremy C. Wells (Eds.) University Press of New England.

Livi Smith, AD (2013, Sunday April 21) We don’t need a modern-looking metro (Op Ed). The Washington Post, p. C4.

Hadden-Loh, T & Livi Smith, AD (2012) Making the Journey a Destination. Public Roads, 75(6) 2-9

Livi Smith, AD & Spencer, M (2012) A DIY Campus Preservation Plan: Lessons Learned at the University of Mary Washington. Planning for Higher Education, 40(2), 5-12

Livi Smith, AD (2011) Neither a Toddler Nor a Stick-in-the-Mud. Journal of Museum Education, 36(2), 165-170

Livi Smith, AD (2009) Review: Historic Preservation for Professionals by Virginia Benson and Richard Klein. Journal of the American Planning Association, 75(4), 501

Clifton, KJ, Livi Smith, AD & Harrell, R. (2007) Healthy Urban Design: Maryland’s Smart Codes and the Pedestrian Environment, in Incentives, Regulations and Plans: The Role of States and Nation States in Smart Growth Planning, Knaap, Gerrit, Haccoû, Huibert A., Clifton, Kelly J., and Frece, John (Eds.), Edward Elgar Publishers.

Clifton, KJ & Livi, AD (2005) A Smart Step Forward: A Study of the Pedestrian Environment in Three Maryland Communities. Project report prepared for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ. Available on line at: http://www.smartgrowth.umd.edu

Livi, AD (2002) Review: Histoire des outils manuels au Canada de 1820 à 1960: Héritage européen, techniques de fabrication et entreprises manufacturières by Robert Tremblay. Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology. 28:2.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS & PANELS

Panel Moderator (2019) Equity and Diversity. National Council for Preservation and Education Conference in Denver, Colorado.

Livi Smith, AD & Henry, CR (2018) A Garden City of the 21st Century. Presented at the Urban History Association Conference in Columbia, SC.

Livi Smith, AD (2018) Princess Anne Street: A Case Study of Automobile Tourism in the South. Presented at the Preserving the Historic Road Conference in Fort Collins, CO.

Livi Smith, AD (2018) Industry, Preservation & Renewal in Fredericksburg, VA. Presented at the Society for Industrial Archaeology Conference in Richmond, VA.

Livi Smith, AD (2018) The Pont de Bercy: A Bridge in Three Acts. Presented at the Construction History Conference in College Park, MD.

Livi Smith, AD (2018) Guerrilla Art and Historic Resources. Presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference in Toronto, CA.

Livi Smith, AD & Henry, CR (2017) Segregation and Gentrification in Fredericksburg, VA: A Preservation Perspective. Presented at the Urban Affairs Association Conference in Minneapolis, MN.

Hadden-Loh, T & Livi Smith AD (2015) Fifty Tears On: Toward a New Preservation Planning Framework. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Houston, TX.

Invited Panelist (2015) Open Educational Resources. Presented at the Open VA 2.0 Conference at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA.

Livi Smith, AD (2014) Working with Students and Today’s Technology. Presented at the Association of Preservation Technology Conference in Quebec City, Canada.

Livi Smith, AD & Horton, T (2014) The Use of Infographics in Preservation Planning. Presented at the Preservation Education Conference at the National Council for Preservation Technology and Training in Natchitoches, LA.

Invited Keynote Speaker (2014) Don’t Be That Guy. Presented at the Directions in Twenty-First Century Preservation Symposium in Portsmouth, RI.

Panel Chair (2013) Sustainability and Active Living: Finding Allies and Funding for Successful Preservation Projects. Presented at the National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference in Indianapolis, IN.

Panelist (2013) What is the Role of “Digital Scholarship” in Higher Education, Faculty Development, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning? Presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference in Raleigh, NC.

Livi Smith, AD (2013) Rails, Cobbles & Warehouses Find a Second Life. Presented at the Association for Preservation Technology in New York, NY.

Livi Smith, AD (2012) The Development of a Preservation Planning Board Game. Presented at the Preservation Education Conference in Providence, RI.

Livi Smith, AD (2012) Historic Preservation 101. Presented at the Preservation Education Conference in Providence, RI.

Livi Smith, AD (2012) Placemaking at the Edge of Paris. Presented at the Society of Architectural Historians Conference in Detroit, MI.

Panel Chair (2011) Yes, You Can Find Funds for That: The Open Secret of Transportation Enhancements. Presented at the Conference of the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Buffalo, NY.

Livi Smith, AD (2011) The Transportation Enhancements Excellence Certificate. Presented (by Tracy Hadden-Loh) at the Transportation Enhancements Symposium in San Francisco, CA.

Panel Chair (2011) The “Public” of Undergraduate Historic Preservation Education. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History, Pensacola, FL.

Livi Smith, AD & Hadden-Loh, T. (2009) The Case for Transportation Enhancements in the New Transportation Bill. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Crystal City, VA

Livi Smith, AD (2009) The Contribution of Perception in Analysis of Walking Behavior. Presented at the 88th Transportation Research Board Conference, Washington, DC.

Livi Smith, AD & Clifton, KJ. (2007) Spatial sampling schemes for pedestrian environmental data: efficient and precise administration of an audit. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Milwaukee, WI.

Livi Smith, AD, Clifton, KJ & Rodriguez, D (2007) The Influence of Perceptions on the Relationship between Physical Activity and Neighborhood Environment. Paper presented at the Active Living Research Conference, San Diego, CA.

Livi Smith, AD & Clifton, KJ (2006) The Relationship Between Neighborhood Environment and Walking Behavior: The Mediating Influence of Perceptions. Presented at the 11th International Conference on Travel Behaviour Research, Kyoto.

Livi Smith, AD, Clifton, KJ, & Rodriguez, D (2006) The Development And Testing Of An Audit For The Pedestrian Environment. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.

Livi, AD, Clifton, KJ, & Rodriguez, D (2005) Improving Environmental Audits: The Importance of Training Materials. Presented at Walking for Health: Measurement and Research Issues and Challenges ACSM-UIUC Kinesmetrics Symposium Series, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

Clifton, KJ & Livi, AD (2005) Walking Activity and the Role of Perceived and Objective Measures of the Built Environment. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning, Kansas City, MO.

Livi AD & Clifton, KJ (2004) Issues And Methods In Capturing Pedestrian Behaviors, Attitudes And Perceptions: Experiences With A Community-Based Walkability Survey. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, DC.

Livi, AD (2003) Dystopian Visions of the City: Shedding Light on Utopian Urban Design. Presented at the Constructing The City Symposium, Yale University.

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Member, Editorial Board, Preservation Education and Research, 2013-present.
Organizer & Presenter, Second Undergraduate Historic Preservation Education Symposium, 2013.
Webmistress & Second Vice Chair, National Council for Preservation Education, 2012-present.
Member, Organizing Committee, Preservation Education: Sharing Best Practices and Finding Common Ground Conference, held in Providence, RI, 2012.
Invited Contributor, University of Pennsylvania Built Environment Assessment Training Institute Online Training, 2012.
Invited Expert Peer-Reviewer, Oregon Transportation Research and Education Consortium, 2011.
Expert Transportation Enhancements Consultant, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, 2011.
Organizer & Presenter, First Undergraduate Historic Preservation Education Symposium, 2010.
Member, Editorial Board, Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2009-present.
Member, Student Advisory Board, Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2006-2008.
Participant, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Doctoral Workshop, UC Irvine, 2006.

COMMITTEE & UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Member, Promotion & Tenure Committee, 2020-present.
Member, University Sabbaticals, Fellowships & Faculty Awards Committee, 2019.
Jury Chair, Historic Preservation Book Prize, 2018.
Member, Search Committee for Faculty Program Director Position for the UMW Teaching Center, 2018.
Member, Community Engagement & Outreach Committee, 2017-present.
Member, Teaching Center Advisory Committee, 2016-2019.
Thesis Committee Member, University of Delaware Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, 2017.
Chair, Search Committee for Tenure Track Position in the Department of Historic Preservation, 2016-2017.
Faculty Advisor, Historic Preservation Club, 2016-present.
Jury Member, Historic Preservation Book Prize, 2015.
Member, Search Committee for Tenure Track Position in the Department of Historic Preservation, 2014-2015.
Member, Search Committee for Instructional Technology Specialist, 2015.
Member, UMW Digital Scholars Institute, 2014-2018
Member, Search Committee for Tenure Track Position in the Department of Geography, 2013-2014.
Member, Search Committee for Visiting Position in the Department of Modern Languages, 2013-2014.
Co-Organizer & Co-Teacher, UMW GameCamp Faculty Workshop, 2013 & 2014.
Participant, Domain of One’s Own Initiative, 2013.
Secretary, Ad-Hoc Committee on Governance, College of Arts and Sciences, 2012-2014.
Member, Urban Studies Minor Committee, 2012-present.
Member, President’s Council on Sustainability, 2012-2017.
Member, Search Committee for Instructional Technology Specialist, 2012-2013.
Faculty Senator, UMW College of Arts and Sciences, 2011-2014.
Member, UMW Preservation Plan Advisory Committee, 2011-2013.
Member, UMW Commencement Committee, 2011-2012.
Chair, Search Committee for Tenure Track Position in the Department of Historic Preservation, 2010-2011.
Participant, Session Moderator & Presenter, Faculty Academy, 2010, 2011 & 2012.
Chair, Historic Preservation Book Prize Jury, 2010 & 2011.
Webmistress, Department of Historic Preservation, 2010-present.
Thesis Advisor, University of Maryland Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013.
Member, Search Committee for Tenure Track Position in the Department of Historic Preservation, 2008-2009.
Chair, Honors’ Thesis Committee for Lindsay McClelland ’09, 2008-2009.
PhD Student Representative, University of Maryland School of Architecture’s Dean’s Advisory Committee, 2004-2007.

COURSES TAUGHT
FSEM100D7: Cities of Nightmare (developed new freshman seminar course, 2009)
FSEM100N1: Learning with LEGO (developed new freshman seminar course, 2015)
HISP 100: Introduction to Historic Preservation (developed new Honors-designated section, 2019)
HISP 105: The American Built Environment (developed new Honors-designated section, 2013)
HISP 209: Planning History and Practice (developed Speaking Intensive section, 2018)
HISP 324: Urban Design (developed new course for major credit and Urban Studies minor, 2012)
HISP 326: Graves and Burial Grounds (developed new course for major credit, 2018)
HISP 360: International Preservation
HISP 405: Advanced Methods in Historic Preservation
HISP 469: Senior Laboratory in Preservation Planning
HISP 470: Preservation Abroad (developed new study abroad course taught in Paris, 2012)

REFERENCES
Available upon request.

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