9 years Asst and Assoc Prof of Sociology and of City & Regional Planing at Cornell Univ. 23 years as Assoc and Full Prof of Urban and Regional kPlaning at University of Michigan Prof Emeritus since 1994
lecctures and class room exercises, esp. Simulation/Games
Population Council Fellow, The Population Council, Inc., 1960-61; Elected 7th Ward Alderman, Ithaca, NY, 1967-71; Executive Committee of Rackham Graduate School, 1981-84; Rackham International Faculty Cooperation Grant, 1982; Sol King Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1983; Urban Planning Alumni Distinguished Service Award, 1989; Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Distinguished Planning Educator Award, 1995; Wilma T. Donohue Award, Housing Bureau for Seniors, 2007
BS Physics, Universityi of MIchigan 1954 Intermediate Speed Radio Operator, US Army 1955 AM Sociology University of Michigan 1958 P.D. Sociology, University of Michigan 1963
Dr. Allan G. Feldt, formerly of Cornell University, has been a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan since 1971, retiring in 1994. He has chaired both the Master's and Ph.D. degree programs at Michigan, has served in several appointed and elected city positions, and has been a consultant to many governmental and private organizations in the U.S. and Europe. His principal academic interests include simulation/gaming, human ecology, demography, and decentralist theory and practice. Dabbles in Jazz piano, Science Fiction, Historical fiction, Organic Gardening, Neigborhood Time Banks. hearing loss, audio loops, author of "Adapting to Hearing Loss"