Assistant Professor; Appalachian Center for Community Service; Public Policy & Community Service;
Appalachian Center for Community Service,
Annalisa L. Raymer teaches sustainable community development, Appalachian studies and other subjects in the Department of Public Policy and Community Service and in the graduate program in Community & Organizational Leadership at E&H. Her research and writing interests include place, public space and democratic placemaking, with a dash of theory construction and a full helping of action research. She serves as a reviewer of engaged scholarship for the Community-Campus Partnerships for Health.
Research: State of the practice: integration of evaluation into planning & design service learning
Upcoming Research: Participatory public space design as public capacity building: follow-up study of the T-burg case.
B.A., Berea College; M.L.S., University of Kentucky; M.P.S., Cornell University; Ph.D., Cornell University