Dr Greg Mews

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Personal details



Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of Canberra)
  • Master of Urban and Regional Planning (Technische Universitat Berlin)
  • Postgraduate diploma in Research Methods and Design (University of Canberra)
  • Bachelor of Urban and Regional Planning (Technische Universitat Berlin)

Professional memberships and associations

  • Founder - Urban Synergies Group, Australia
  • Co-founder and Director - Australian Institute of Play
  • Advisor to the Board – Dreamtown, Denmark
  • Council Board Member - City Space Architecture, Italy
  • Scientific Board Member - Research into Practice at The Journal of Public Space
  • Steering Committee Member - UN-Habitat- World Urban Campaign, Kenya
  • Steering Committee Member - Logan Together, Logan, Australia
  • Corporate Member - Planning Institute of Australia (MPIA) & Past Vice- President of the Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) ACT Division and Advocacy Coordinator
  • Member - International Society of Urban and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), Netherlands


Queensland University of Technology, Australia: DBL 211 Landscape and Wellbeing (UG) DYB 201 Impact Lab 3: Planet (UG) DLN108 Planning and Policy for Contemporary Issues (PG) Previously at University of Canberra, Australia: 8643 Urban design and Place-making (PG) 9780 Architecture and the City: History and Theory (PG) 8578/10077 Healthy and Sustainable Places (UG/PG) 6931 - Special Studies in Design and Architecture: Design with Play in Mind (UG/PG) Previously at University of Kassel, Germany: Designing places and spaces for health and well-being (PG) in the area of: A-2.0-40 Wissensvertiefung ASL und Ökonomie/Soziologie/Ökologie, A-2.2-41 Nachhaltige Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung, D-2.2-31 Stadtplanung und Stadtentwicklung, D-2.2-47 Neue Entwicklungen in der Stadtforschung


Selected publications

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