Assistant Professor

PhD, Architecture (Design Theory and Methods), University of California, Berkeley


Jeffrey Chan is an Assistant Professor in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences cluster. His research focuses on design ethics in the context of large-scale sociotechnical systems and urbanization, and he is the author of Urban Ethics in the Anthropocene: The moral dimensions of six emerging conditions in contemporary urbanism (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018). Dr. Chan received his PhD in Architecture (Design Theory and Methods) from University of California, Berkeley and is an alumnus of Harvard University (M.Ed in Mind, Brain and Education) and the Southern California Institute of Architecture (B.Arch).