Faculty
Jonah Susskind

Jonah Susskind is a lecturer at DUSP and a researcher at the Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism. His research spans an array of issues including coastal resiliency, post-industrial urban decline, and the role of live matter within regional urban frameworks. Susskind holds a masters degree in landscape architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design where, in 2016, he was awarded a Penny White Prize to support his research on industrial urban timber management. His thesis project, Forward From Woodward: Planning New Growth Along the American Rust Belt received an ASLA Certificate of Honor and he is a contributing author to the book, Wood Urbanism: From Molecular to Territorial (forthcoming Actar, 2017)