I’m a doctoral student of the Regional Development Planning program with a concentration in Cultural Landscape. My research investigates the role of the cultural-led revitalization approach in local community development, especially cultural tourism opportunities for the residents and economy. I’m currently working on the Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks Destination Plan to identify strategies for cultural tourism experience, heritage conservation, and regional economic development of Ohio’s World Heritage destination to satisfy UNESCO requirements for dossier completion. As a graduate assistant, I have contributed to projects in several communities in southwest Ohio and northern Kentucky related to the cultural landscape and sustainable development issues. Before that, I worked as an urban planner in China, where I worked on more than 20 projects related to local economic development and physical planning.
Master: School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2013 (Community Planning)
Master: School of Planning, Chongqing University, Chongqing Chongqing, China, 2007 (Urban Design)
Bachelor: School of Planning, Chongqing University Chongqing, China, 2004 (Urban Design)
04-2019 -2020 Research Assistant, Ohio Travel Association, Columbus, Ohio
01-2017 -05-2017 Instructor, School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
08-2015 -09-2016 Graduate Assistant, Niehoff Urban Studio & Community Design Center, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
02-2019 -12-2019 Teaching Assistant, School of Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
02-2012 -09-2012 Intern, Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati , Cincinnati, OH
08-2007 -08-2010 Urban Planner, Tsinghua Urban planning & Design Institute , Beijing, China
Yue Wu (2019. ) Assessing Benefits of Arts and Cultural Organizations to Single-Family Property Values: A Spatial Hedonic Study in Cincinnati, Ohio. .59th Annual ACSP Conference, Greenville, South Carolina, Greenville, SC. . Conference. .