Placemaking Project Associate
Nidhi Gulati is a Designer with expertise in urbanism, vision planning and wayfinding. She has worked on a variety of architecture, planning, and urban design projects, both as a designer and a coordinator. She has also worked on research projects investigating the physical and social importance of green infrastructure in our built environment.
As a Research Associate at Texas A&M University, Nidhi took the lead on two urban trail planning and visioning projects with a community wide scope for revitalization and redevelopment. Scope of work included: stakeholder meetings, focus groups and building consensus towards a joint agenda, followed by community presentations. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, Nidhi helped design assignments and projects that addressed place issues on a regional scale and lighter, quicker, cheaper ways to activate public space.
At PPS, Nidhi is working on transportation research and resource management as well as community specific Placemaking projects in the US and her home country, India. Nidhi is also playing a key role in establishing linkages between PPS and placemaking efforts in India.
Master of Science in Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX (2012).
Certificate in the Principles and Practice of New Urbanism: University of Miami, Miami, FL, 2011
Bachelor of Architecture, Malaviya National Institute of Technology, Jaipur, RJ, India, (2008)