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Centre for Sustainable Development

Est 2000 - home of the MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development

Studying at Cambridge

 

2013 Dr Tatiana V. Vakhitova

 

Email: tvv21@cam.ac.uk

Tatiana is a member of Darwin and Lucy Cavendish Colleges.

Tatiana is a PhD candidate (Degree is expected in January 2013) and a research coordinator for the CSD.

Tatiana holds an MPhil Degree from the Land Economy (University of Cambridge) and an undergraduate Degree from the Moscow Academy of Finance. Her studies at the Land Economy awoke her interest in Sustainable Development, Impact Assessment tools and policies for sustainable built environment.

Tatiana joined the CSD in January 2009 to do research in the interdisciplinary area of Sustainable Development and Historic Cities, focusing on urban planning cultural heritage impact assessment tools.

Tatiana is a founding Committee member and a president of the University of Cambridge GreenBRIDGE Society (‘Buildings, Research, Innovation, Development, Governance, Energy/Environment’), involving researchers and practitioners interested in Sustainable Built Environment (www.greenbridge.org.uk).

The Society organises seminars, conferences, and runs research projects.

Tatiana has experience in teaching undergraduate level students and facilitating teaching events for graduate students, supervising for the Land Economy, JBS, being a Teaching Assistant for the Engineering Management Division (2010-2011) and the JBS (2011-2012), and a facilitator for the JBS and the CPSL graduate programmes at the  University of Cambridge. Tatiana is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since 2010.

Tatiana has got industry experience in Strategic Planning and Valuation, working for the Jones Lang LaSalle as well as international project-management skills through the representation work for an international enterprise in Germany. Tatiana speaks English, German in addition to her native Russian.

Tatiana was awarded British Council/BP Scholarship for the MPhil Degree and TNK-BP Kapitza Scholarship from Cambridge Overseas Trust for her PhD research.