2005-present Honorary Visiting Professor, Department of Geography, Loughborough University, UK
2009 Helen and John S. Best Fellowship. American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
2008 Suburban Gothic: The Crises in US Suburbs. The Edward Wilkommen Invited Lecture. American Geographical Society Library/University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Libraries. Milwaukee.
2006 Cartographic Encounters in The New World. The Philip Lee Phillips Society Invited Lecture. Library of Congress, Washington DC.
2006 NSF Conference Travel Grant. $1000. National Science Foundation.
2006 Water in The Urban Environment. $2.9 million. National Science Foundation. Member of the interdisciplinary group that received the award under the NSF’s IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training) Initiative.
2004-2006 Environmental Impacts of Urban Development. $974,000. Co-PI. Environmental Protection Agency.
2004 NSF Conference Travel Grant. $1500. National Science Foundation.
2004 The Urban Environmental Effects of Hosting The Summer Games. $18,500. The National Geographic Society.
2000 Appleby-Mosher Award, Maxwell School, Syracuse University. 1996 Appleby-Mosher Award, Maxwell School, Syracuse University.
1982-1984 Residential Development in Central Berkshire PI. Social Science Research Council, London.
1983-1986 Linked Studentship Award Social Science Research Council. London.
1982-1982 Linked Studentship Award Social Science Research Council. London.
1976-1978 Housing Policy and The Inner City Co PI. Social Science Research Council, London.
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