Camden Miller

Adjunct Instructor - Department of Urban and Regional Planning - Hayes Hall - 716-829-5900

Adjunct Instructor - Department of Urban and Regional Planning - Hayes Hall - 716-829-5900

Camden Miller headshot.

Camden Miller is teaching Evolution of Urban Structure.

Her research focuses on housing, community development, and neighborhood planning.  She works on projects involving the investigation of housing market dynamics (its limitations and exclusion of under-represented groups including people of color and low-income) and how we can work towards providing high-quality affordable housing for everyone within the housing market. She has received a number of awards including the New York State Association for Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) Fellowship, the University at Buffalo Best Thesis Award, the University at Buffalo Academic Excellence Award, Dean’s Award, and is a member of the Tau Sigma Delta National Honor Society. Camden works with the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) and a historic preservation firm.

Camden received her Master in Urban Planning with a specialization in Community Development and Neighborhood Planning and an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University at Buffalo in 2016.  Prior to coming to UB, Camden received her Bachelor of Science in Conservation Resource Studies from the University of California, Berkeley with a minor in Urban Design and a minor in Music.