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Eva Mencin is a fourth year undergraduate student at the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University. Her area of specialization is Urban and Regional Environments: Analysis, Planning, and Design. She is also in the process of completing Urban Ecologies Certificate and is a member of Ontario Professional Planners Institute and Canadian Institute of Planners. Her areas of interest are: land use planning, infrastructure, and transportation.
HBA Candidate, Urban Studies
Brandon Hillier is an undergraduate student in York University's Urban Studies program. His early research interests look at how discourse and power affects urban morphology, and is currently conducting an analysis of how the language used to communicate outcomes for "megaprojects" impacts Toronto's urban form. He is also the Executive Editor for The Toronto Urban Journal, a new peer-reviewed urban research journal for undergraduate students based at York University.