Dr Tracy Washington

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Faculty of Engineering,
School of Architecture & Built Environment

Personal details


Faculty of Engineering,
School of Architecture & Built Environment
Kelvin Grove Q Block Membership
Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI),
IHBI Science and Engineering Projects


Active Transport, Active Living, Built Environments and Health, Parks, Cycling Infrastructure, e-bikes, Micro-mobility, Aging and Health, Evaluation, Health Promotion


Urban and Regional Planning

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


  • PhD (Arizona State University)
  • Master of Arts (California State University)

Professional memberships and associations

  • Institute for Future Environments (IFE), Infrastructure for Sustainable Communities, Theme Leadership Team
  • Institute of Health Biomedical Innovation (IHBI), Health Determinants and  Health Systems (HDHS) Program, Member
  • Queensland University of Technology, Design Lab, "Change by Design", Research Collaborator
  • International Society of Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH), Member
  • International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), Member
  • National Wellness Institute, United States, International Representative
  • National Wellness Institute, Australia, Vice President
  • Bicycle Queensland, Member
  • Brisbane CBD Bicycle Users Group, Member
  • PedBikeTrans, Member

Current Funded Research Projects:


  • Urban Studies (USB100) Understanding the built environment
  • Urban Studies (UXB133) Demographic, economic, social and physical aspects of our cities to help understand the nature of cities we live in
  • Urban Studies (UXB234) An introduction to  transport systems and involves investigation into the schemes and policies implemented in these cities for promoting sustainable transport including walking, cycling and public transport
  • Urban Studies (UXB330) Techniques in urban design and public space analysis to produce informed urban design strategies that respond to the social, economic, environmental and political context
  • Urban Studies (USB344) Capstone unit for the Property Economics degree. Draws together  theory, practice and property fundamentals
  • Urban Studies (UXH400-1 & 2, Part A & B) Capstone research project units. Part A, identification of  a research/ industry related issue or problem and preparation of a comprehensive, independent research/ project proposal. Part B, completion of proposed research/ project. The purpose of these units is to prepare you for your transition to the professional world and for further research study.



QUT ePrints

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Research projects


Current supervisions