Ana Hidalgo

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Ana Hidalgo
ana.hidalgo@uregina.ca 


Education: 

  • Ph.D. in Environmental Design, University of Calgary, 2019.
  • Master of Planning, University of Calgary, 2013.
  • Master of Higher Education and Educational Research, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, 2009.
  • Bachelor in Design, Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador, 2001.  
     

Research Interests:

Urban planning, urban design, winter cities, mental health, experimental methods
 

Current Projects: 

  • Urban design for winter cities and mental health.
  • Evidence-based urban planning framework for Canadian Prairies.
  • Urban planning methods, experimental design.
     

Recent Publications:

Hidalgo, A.K. (2019). Environmental Design Research Methods’ Timeline: Where Are We Heading? In A. Beth, R. Wener, B. Yoon, R.A. Rae, & J. Morris (Eds.). EDRA 50: Sustainable urban environments. Brooklyn, NY: Environmental Design Research Association. https://cuny.manifoldapp.org/read/environmental-design-research-methods/section/0f2dfd74-7735-42c0-9407-6e95d4d61339

Hidalgo, A.K. (2014). Biophilic Design, Restorative Environments and Well-Being. In J. Salamanca, P. Desmet, A. Burbano, L. Geke, & J. Maya (Eds.), The Colors of Care. Design and Emotion 2014. 9th International Conference (pp. 535–544). Bogota, Cali & Medellin: Ediciones Uniandes.

Hidalgo, A. K. (2014). Urban streets: towards a psychological restorative function. In 2nd Future of Places International Conference on Public Space and Placemaking (Ed.), Streets as Public Spaces and Drivers of Urban Prosperity. Academic Session Papers 2014 Part II. (pp. 240–258). Stockholm: Ax:son Johnson Foundation.