Ann Borst, Professor, is a Registered Architect with a teaching focus in urban design, community design, and materiality. Her practice has ranged from public educational projects to moderate cost housing. Ann’s research interests include affordable housing, contemporary French architecture, and regenerative urbanism. Related publications include “Regenerative Planning Strategies in Lille, Lyon, and Montpellier” Journal of Green Building (2005) as well as upcoming book chapters on riverine cities and the revaluation industrial heritage. She has an MArch from University of California, Berkeley, and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College.