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Dylan Connor is an assistant professor at the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning. He completed his doctorate in geography at University of California Los Angeles in 2017 and was a research associate at the Institute of Behavioral Science at the University of Colorado Boulder. Dr. Connor uses big historical data to study core issues in immigration, demography, intergenerational inequality, and urban and regional development.
In addition to being an active board member of the Population Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers, Dr. Connor is the instutional principal investigator of projects on urban development, inequality and exposure to sea-level rise funded by the National Science Foundation and the changing demography and health in small town America funded by the National Institute of Health (NIH).
Ph.D. Geography, University of California Los Angeles, 2017
M.Sc. Statistics, University of Leuven, Belguim, 2012
M.A. Geography, University College Dublin, Ireland, 2011
B.A. Economics and Geography, University College Dublin, Ireland, 2010
Connor, D. S., Gutmann, M., Clement, K., Cunningham, A., Leyk, S. (2019). How entrenched is the spatial structure of inequality in cities? Integrating Census and Zillow building data for Denver from 1940-2016. Annals of the American Association of Geographers.