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Urban planner

Charles Lewis Choguill, American urban planner. Fellow International Center for Asian Studies; member Bangladesh Institute Planners, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Background

Choguill, Charles Lewis was born on April 30, 1941 in Independence, Kansas, United States. Arrived in England, 1971. Son of Harold Samuel and Genevieve (Lindner) Choguill.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, Kansas State University, 1963;Master of Arts in Economics, Kansas State University, 1964;Master of Arts in Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1973;Doctor of Philosophy in Regional Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1974.

Career

Regional economist, Federal Reserve Bank Chicago, 1964-1966;research associate, Regional Science Research Institute, Philadelphia, 1966-1967;assistant professor, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1967-1969;economist, Federal Reserve Bank Boston, 1969-1970;consultant, Organisation for Economics Cooperation and Development, Ankara, Turkey, 1970-1971;lecturer department town and regional planning, U. Sheffield, England, 1971-1980;senior lecturer, U. Sheffield, England, 1980-1986;reader, head Department, University Sheffield, England, 1986-1990;professor, head Department, University Sheffield, England, 1990-1993;director Center for Development Planning Studies, U. Sheffield, England, since 1987. Consultant United Nations Development Programme, Bangladesh, 1977, 79, 80, International Civil Aviation Organisation, Brazil, 1982, Asian Development Bank, Malaysia, 1984, Philippines, 1987, Indonesia, 1989, United Kingdom Overseas Development Administration, 1993.

Membership

Fellow International Center for Asian Studies. Member Bangladesh Institute Planners, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: fossil hunting, classical music, reading, walking.

Connections

father:
Harold Samuel Choguill

mother:
Genevieve (Lindner) Choguill