Kendra Smith

Kendra L. Smith, Ph.D. is the Associate Director for Community Engaged Research in the Office of Community Engagement in the Center for Population Health Sciences - School of Medicine at Stanford University. Previously, she served as a Policy Analyst at the Morrison Institute for Public Policy, a Post-Doctoral Scholar, and Research Fellow at the Center for Urban Innovation at Arizona State University. 

Kendra earned a doctorate in Community Resources & Development at Arizona State University and a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma. Kendra has a strong background in university-community partnerships, community engaged research, and the utilization of crowdsourcing platforms.

Courses taught by Kendra Smith

Citizen Science in Urban Planning

This course introduces planners to citizen science and how citizen science can play a meaningful role in urban planning.

35 Mins

Crowdsourcing and Urban Planning

Crowdsourcing is the gathering of ideas, content, voices, and services by leveraging the collective intelligence and wisdom of crowds.

26 Mins