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Deland Chan

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Deland Chan is a Lecturer in Urban Studies and the Program Manager for Service Learning for the Program on Urban Studies. She teaches Sustainable Cities, a project-based service learning class where students collaborate with Bay Area government agencies and NGOs on sustainability projects, and the International Urbanization Seminar, which focuses on the sustainable development of global cities. Prior to returning to Stanford, Deland worked as an urban planner leading transportation planning and land use projects at a community development corporation in San Francisco. In 2009, she co-founded the Chinatown Urban Institute, a youth program that nurtures a pipeline of advocacy planners using San Francisco as a living classroom. Deland holds a B.A. in Urban Studies and a M.A. in Sociology from Stanford University, and a Master in City Planning from UC Berkeley.

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