As a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam, Ms. Glaser's research focuses on policy innovation, knowledge transfer, and capacity building for accelerated implementation of sustainable transport goals. Her research has been published in several academic journals and she has given expert comment for numerous media articles. She has also acquired and manages the academic output for European projects (CYCLEWALK and HANDSHAKE), co-directs the summer program Planning the Cycling City, and has contributed to development and production of the massive online open course Unraveling the Cycling City.
Prior to joining the UvA, Meredith has been involved in urban strategy and sustainable mobility policy transfer and consulting for nearly 10 years. She is originally from California and holds Masters degrees in city planning and public health from the University of California Berkeley.
Karssenberg, H., Laven, J., Glaser, M., & Van't Hoff, M. (Eds.). (2016). The City at Eye Level: Lessons for Street Plinths: 2nd & extended edition. Eburon Uitgeverij BV. (Download available at www.thecityateyelevel.com)
Glaser, M., Van't Hoff, M., Karssenberg, H., Van Teeffelen, J., & Laven, J. (Eds.). (2012). The City at Eye Level: Lessons for Street Plinths. Eburon Uitgeverij BV. (Download available at www.thecityateyelevel.com)