Jeffrey Doshna has been an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Community and Regional Planning since 2004.
He teaches courses in urban and regional development, the role of community-based organizations in local planning, research methods, urban economics, digital mapping, and the history and practice of community and regional planning.
He is an expert in state and local economic development policy, urban and regional development, quantitative and qualitative research methods and computer applications including Geographic Information Systems, with substantial research and teaching experience. He has proficiency in most GIS platforms, statistical analysis software, and planning support systems.
He is also skilled in qualitative and quantitative research methods including focus groups, interviewing, survey design and implementation, demographic and local economic analyses.
Mr. Doshna serves as Vice-Chairman of the Flemington (NJ) Planning Board, chair of its Economic Development subcommittee, and member of the Affordable Housing (COAH) committee. He is leading the effort to develop an Economic Plan Element for the Borough's Master Plan. He is also a founding member of the Flemington Environmental Commission, where he has contributed substantially to the Borough's Natural Resource Inventory. He serves in an advisory capacity to the Hunterdon Land Trust Alliance as it develops a Master Plan for its Dvoor Farm project.
He is a member of the American Planning Association and the Association of American Geographers.
Mr. Doshna received a Master of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey; and a BA from The Johns Hopkins University, majoring in both Economics and Geography.