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Michael Allen Stegman

Michael Allen Stegman, American city and regional planning educator.

Background

  • Stegman, Michael Allen was born on October 12, 1940 in Brooklyn. Son of Robert and Natalie (Ohrbach) Stegman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Political Science, Brooklyn College, 1962. M. City Planning, University Pennsylvania, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy in City Planning, University Pennsylvania, 1966.

    Career

    • Assistant secretary policy, development & research Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1998—2004. Assistant to associate professor University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1966-1974, professor city and regional planning, since 1974, department chairman, since 1983, MacRae professor public policy, director Center for Community Capitalism, adjunct professor management, 2005. Deputy assistant secretary research Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1979-1981.

    Works

    • Housing in New York: Study of City
    • Housing in New York provides accurate, current, and easily understood in­formation on New York's supply and location of housing, including data on rents and housing conditions; and on housing needs, including information on the incomes, socioeconomic characteristics, and housing expense bur­dens of the city's nearly two million renters.
    • Housing Investment in the Inner City: The Dynamics of Decline
    • A Study of Baltimore, Maryland, 1968-1970 The low-income housing situation in American cities is becoming steadily worse, Michael Stegman asserts, and solving housing problems with new construction is "economically inefficient" as well as "politically intolerable.

    Membership

    Chairman Mayor's Task Force on Human Services, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1982. Member Housing Policy Committee Legislation Task Force on Housing, 1981-1983. Member Governors Commission on Housing Options for Older Adults, North Carolina, 1981.

    Chairman Chapel Hill Housing Authority, 1973-1975, Chapel Hill Redevelopment Authority, 1971-1973. Member American Planning Association, National Housing and Redevelopment Officials, National Low Income Housing Coalition.

    Connections

    • Married Nancy Weiss, August 12, 1962. Children– Laurie Michelle, Karen Jill.
    • father: Robert Stegman
    • mother: Natalie (Ohrbach) Stegman
    • spouse: Nancy Weiss
    • children: Laurie Michelle Stegman
    • Karen Jill Stegman
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    Born October 12, 1940
    Nationality
    • 1962
      Brooklyn College
    • 1964
      University Pennsylvania
    • 1966
      University Pennsylvania
    • 1966 - 1974
      Assistant, to associate professor University North Carolina
      Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States
    • 1998 - 2004
      Assistant, secretary policy
      Washington, United States
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