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Richard Wener, Ph.D.
Department of Technology, Culture & Society
Polytechnic Institute of New York University
Office phone: x3585
Fax: 718 260-3136
Home phone: 973 762-1441
Mobile: 973 632-7671
B.A. in Psychology, with honors, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin: 1969.
M.S. in Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago:1973
Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago: 1976. Major Areas: Environmental and Clinical Psychology.
Master's Thesis - Biasing Effects of Psychiatric Labeling, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1973.
Ph.D. Dissertation - Non-Density Factors in the Perception of Crowding, University of Illinois, Chicago, 1976. Advisor: Prof. Christopher Keys, Department of Psychology, University of Illinois, Chicago.
2008 to Present: Professor of Environmental Psychology, Polytechnic Institute of New York University. Co-director, BS in Sustainable Urban Environments.
2006-2008: Head, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Polytechnic University.
2003-2004: Visiting Scholar, Rutgers University, Urban Planning Policy and Development Program
2000-present: Associate Professor of Environmental Psychology, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Polytechnic University.
1994-2000: Head, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Polytechnic University.
1989 to present: Associate Professor of Environmental Psychology, Polytechnic University. Director of M.S. program in Environment-Behavior Studies.
1986: Assistant Professor of Environmental Psychology, Polytechnic University.
Director of M.S. program in Environment-Behavior Studies.
Director, End User Evaluation Laboratory.
1982-1985: Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Psychology, Polytechnic Institute of New York. Director of M.S. program in Environment-Behavior Studies.
1977 to 1982: Assistant Research Professor of Environmental Psychology, Polytechnic Institute of New York, Department of Social Sciences. Director, M.S. program with specialization in Environmental Psychology.
1976 to present: Senior Associate, Center for Human Environments, Environmental Psychology Program, City University of New York. Project director for evaluation of New York Metropolitan Correctional Center.
1976: Research Associate, Service Psychology Clinic, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. Project director for evaluation of Chicago Metropolitan Correctional Center.
1975: Clinical consultant, Illinois Psychiatric Institute project to develop competency based training programs for drug abuse counselors.
1974-75: Assistant director, Service Psychology Clinic, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle. Duties included administration and supervision of psychological testing.
1973-74: Pre-doctoral clinical intern, Thallians Community Mental Health Center, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California.
Authored Books & Monographs
Wener, R. The Environmental Psychology of Prisons and Jails: Creating Humane Spaces in Secure Settings (Forthcoming – May, 2012), Cambridge University Press.
Farbstein, J. with Axelrod, E., Shibley, R. and Wener, R. (2009) Urban Transformation: 2009 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass.
Wener, R. with Axelrod, E. Farbstein, J., Shibley, R. (2008). Building Sustainable Neighborhoods: The 2007 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass
Shibley, R. with Farbstein, J., Wener, R. and Axelrod, E. (2005). Reimagining the City: 2005 Rudy Bruner Award. Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass.
Farbstein, J. with Axelrod, E., Shibley, R. and Wener, R. (2004) Creative Community Building: 2003 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass.
Wener, R. with Axelrod, E. Farbstein, J., Shibley, R., Welch, P. (2003). Placemaking for Change: 2001 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass
Shibley, R. with Farbstein, J., Wener, R. and Axelrod, E. (2000). Commitment to Place: Urban Excellence and Community. Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass.
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (1998). Visions of Urban Excellence: 1997 Rudy Bruner Award for Excellence in Urban Environments, Bruner Foundation: Cambridge, Mass.
Farbstein, J., Shibley, R., Welch, P and Wener, R. (1998). Sustaining Urban Excellence: Learning from the Rudy Bruner Award 1987-1993. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, DC.
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (1995) Building Coalitions for Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: New York.
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (1993) Rebuilding Communities: Re-Creating Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: New York.
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (1991) Connections: Creating Urban Excellence, Bruner Foundation: New York.
CRS, Inc., SMRT, In., Wener, R. and Carter, S. (1990) Cost Implications of the 3rd Edition Standards - Adult Correctional Institutions, American Correctional Association, Laurel, Maryland.
Wener, R. (ed) (1998) Cumulative Index to EDRA Proceedings: 2nd Edition, Environmental Design Research Association: Edmund, OK.
Wener, R. and Szigeti, F. (eds) (1988) Cumulative Index to EDRA Proceedings, Environmental Design Research Association: Washington, DC.
Wener, R. and Farbstein, J. (eds.) (1987) Proceedings of the Second Annual NIC Symposium on Direct Supervision, Clearwater Florida. National Institute of Corrections: Boulder, Colorado.
Wener, R. (1986) Editor of special issue of the Journal of Environmental Systems on information and orientation systems in design, 13(4).
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (eds.) (1986) Proceedings of the First Annual NIC Symposium on Direct Supervision, Clearwater Florida. National Institute of Corrections: Boulder, Colorado.
Klein, S., Wener, R., Lehman, S. (Eds.) (1985), Environmental Change/Social Change: Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Environmental Design Research Association. Environmental Design Research Association: Washington, D.C.
Wener, R. , Farbstein, J. & McCunn, L. (in preparation) “Architectural Programming,” in R. Giffords (ed.)) Methods in Environment, Behaviour and Design, New York:Wiley.
Wener, R. And McCunn, L (in preparation) “Post Occupancy Evaluation” in R. Giffords (ed.)) Methods in Environment, Behaviour and Design, New York:Wiley.
Wener, R. (forthcoming) “Corrections,” In “The Oxford Handbook of Environmental and Conservation Psychology, Susan Clayton (ed.) Oxford University Press, Oxford..
Andrews, C., Senick, J, and Wener, R. (in press) “Incorporating occupant perceptions and behavior into BIM” in W. Preiser and C. Watson Enhancing Building Performance.
Andrews, C. J., Senick, J. A., & Wener, R. E. (2012). Incorporating occupant perceptions and behavior into BIM. In S. Mallory-Hill, W. E. Preiser & C. Watson (Eds.), Enhancing Building Performance (pp. 234-246). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
Wener RE and Evans GW (2011) Transportation and Health: The Impact of Commuting. In: Nriagu JO (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, volume 5, pp. 400–407 Burlington: Elsevier.
Wener, R. (2002). “Post Occupancy Evaluation,” in The Encyclopedia of Psychological Assessment, Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros (ed.)Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.
Wener, R. (2000) “Design and the Likelihood of Prison Assaults”, p49-54, in Prison Architecture Leslie Fairweather and Sean McConville (eds.) Butterworth-Heinemann.
Wener, R., (1989) "Advances in Environmental Evaluations,” in E. Zube and G. Moore (eds.) Advances in Environment, Behavior, and Design, Vol. 2, p287-313, Plenum: New York.
Wener, R., Frazier, W., and Farbstein, J. (1989) "Building Better Jails,” in J. Sullivan and J. Victor (eds.) Criminal Justice: Annual Edition, p.201-205, Dushkin Publishing Group, Guilford, Conn.
Wener, R. (1985) "The Environmental Psychology of Service Encounters,” in J. Czepiel, M. Solomon and C. Suaprenant (Eds.) The Service Encounter: Managing Employee Customer Interaction, Lexington.
Papers in Refereed Journals
Andrews, CJ, Yi, D., Krogmann, U., Senick, J., and Wener, R. (2011) “Designing Buildings for Real Occupants: An Agent-Based Approach,” IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics A: Systems and Humans, 99, 1-15.
Wener, R. E., & Evans, G. W. (2011) Comparing stress of car and train commuters. Transportation Research Part F, 14, 111-116.
Lee, K, Perry, A., Wolf, S., Agarwal, R., Grimshaw, V., Wener, R., and Silver, L. Promoting routine stair use: Evaluating the impact of a new stair prompt, Accepted – American Journal of Preventive Medicine, October, 2011
Wener, R. (2008). “History and Trends in Environmental Design Research,” Journal of Architecture and Planning Research, 25, 4, 282-297.
Nasar, J,. Hecht, P., and Wener, R. E. (2008). “Mobile Telephones, Distracted Attention, and Pedestrian Safety,” Accident Analysis & Prevention, 40, 1. 69-75
Nasar, J,. Hecht, P., and Wener, R. E. (2007). “‘Call if you have trouble:’ Mobile Phones and Safety Among College Students,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 31,4, 863-873,
Evans, G.W. and Wener, R. E. (2007) “Crowding and personal space invasion on the train: Please don't make me sit in the middle,” Journal of Environmental Psychology, 27,1, 90-94.
Wener, R. E. and Evans, G. W. (2007). “Physical Activity Benefits of Mass Transit Commuting,” Environment and Behavior, 39,1, 62-74 .
Evans, G.W. & Wener, R.E. (2006). Rail commuting duration and passenger stress. Health Psychology, 25, 408-412.
Wener, R. E. (2006) “The Effectiveness of Direct Supervision Correctional Design and Management: a Review of the Literature.” Criminal Justice and Behavior, 33, 367-391
Wener, R. E. and Carmalt, H. (2006). “Environmental Psychology and Sustainability in High-Rise Structures,” Technology in Society, 28, 157-167.
Wener, R. E., Evans, G., and Boately, P. (2005) “Commuting Stress: Psychophysiological Effects on the Trip and Spillover Into the Workplace,” Transportation Research Record, 1924, 112-117. .
Wener, R. E. (2005) “The Invention of Direct Supervision”, Corrections Compendium, 30 (2), 4-37.
Wener, R. E. Evans, G., Phillips, D. and Nadler, N. (2003). “Running for the 7:45: The effects of public transit improvements on commuter stress.” Transportation. 30, 2, 109-111.
Evans, G. and Wener, R. E. (2002). “The Morning Rush Hour: Predictability and Commuter Stress.” Environment and Behavior. Vol. 34 Issue 4, p521.
Wener, R. E. (1989) "L'impact de l’environment sur agression en milieu caréral,” Deviance et Societe, Dec. 23,4, 355-367.
Wener, R. E. and Keys, C. (1988) "The Effects of Changes in Jail Population Density on Perceived Crowding, Spatial Behavior, and Sick Call: Absolute and Contrast Effects,” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 18,10,852-866.
Wener, R. E., (1988) "Doing it Right: Examples of Successful Applications of Environment-Behavior Research to Design,” Journal of Architectural and Planning Research.
Wener, R. E. (1987) "Conception des establissements penitentiaries: Le role de la recherch et de l'evaluation,” Urbanism, 218, 73-75.
Wener, R., Farbstein, J. and Frazier, B. (1985) "Three generations of environment evaluation and design,” Environment and Behavior, 17, 71-95.
Zimring, C. and Wener, R. (1985) "Evaluating evaluations: Criteria for Success,” Environment and Behavior, 17, 97-117.
Wener, R. (1984) "Orientation in the Built Environment," Journal of Environmental Systems, 13(4), 291-301.
Wener, R. (1984) "Behavioral Implications of Passive Solar Homes," (Book Review), Journal of Architectural Research and Planning, p. 73-76.
Wener, R. and Kaminoff, R. (1983) "Improving environmental information: Effects of signs on perceived crowding and behavior,” Environment and Behavior, 15, 1, 3-20.
Farbstein, J. and Wener, R. (1982) "Evaluating correctional environments,” Environment and Behavior, 14, 6, 671-694.
Wener, R. and Olsen, R. (1980) "Innovative correctional environments: a user assessment,” Environment and Behavior, 12, 4, 478-493.
Keys, C. and Wener, R. (1980) "Organizational intervention: A four phased approach to post occupancy evaluation,” Environment and Behavior, 12, 4, 553-540.
Other Papers in Journals and Periodicals
Wener, R. Evidence-based design and correctional architecture AIA Journal, January. .http://www.aia.org/akr/Resources/Documents/AIAB092701
Wener, R. (2010) Scheduling Jail Employees: Research Explores How “Shift Work” Affects Health and Performance. American Jails, March (also printed in “Sheriff” January 2009).
Wener, R. (2006). Direct Supervision - Evolution and Revolution. American Jails, March-April, 21-26.
Wener, R.(1994) “A Contextual Model for Violence in Institutions,” Population and Environment Bulletin, Winter.
Wener, R. (1993) "The Environmental Psychology of Jails: An Explanatory Model of Violent Behavior,” Sinopsis, 19.
Wener, R, Frazier, F. W, and Farbstein, J. (1987) "New Designs for Jails,” Psychology Today, 21,6, 40-49.
Invited presentations, invited papers given at conferences or papers published in proceedings
Forum on Innovation in Sustainability: A View into the Future - Innovations in Technology and Design for High-Performance Buildings”, Thursday, April 5, 2012,
“Green Building in Europe” Bloustein Speaker Series Colloquium, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ. September 30, 2-11.
“POEs of Green Buildings,” AIANJ Fall Symposium, “Users: Architecture and Post-Occupancy,” NJIT, Newark, NJ, October, 2011
Invited participant, Symposium on the environment and physical activity, International Association for People-Environment Studies, Rome, July, 2008.
Invited participant and co-host, Workshop on neuroscience research in court environments, Brooklyn, NY, September 29-30, 2007.
Wener, R. (2006) “Opening address: Environmental Stressors in Correctional Facilities,” Workshop on neuroscience research in correctional environments, New Orleans, October 7-8, 2006
Wener, R., Evans, G. W., and Lutin, J. (2006). “Leave the Driving to Them: Comparing Stress of Car and Train Commuters”. American Public Transit Association Rail Conference, New York: June 11-14, 2006 and at the Fifth Global Congress on Engineering Education, UNESCO International Center for Engineering Education (UICEE), Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, NY.
"The Environmental Psychology of Institutional Violence: Designing Jails That Work," Fall Colloquium, November 21, 2005. Connecticut College, New London, Ct.
“Infrastructure Improvements and Commuter Stress,” 7th Annual Research Showcase, New Jersey Department of Transportation, October 14, 2005, Princeton, NJ.
"The effect of transportation mode choice on daily physical activity levels of commuters," invited presentation at “The Ecology of Obesity: from Science to
Action” June 6th, 7th, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
“Environmental Psychology and Sustainable Buildings,” to be presented at symposium “Self-Sustaining Skyscrapers” January 13-14, 2005, Rutgers University.
“Safe By Design: Making Prisons Like Homes and Schools Like Prisons,” talk to Student Human Factors Society, Cornell University, March, 2004.
Design for Active Living: Transdisciplinary Research Methodologies for Investigating Physical Environment and Activity Correlates of Daily Routine Behavior Settings Mode of Transportation and Level of Physical Activity - Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA) 34 International Conference, Minneapolis, Mn.
Invited Participant at International Symposium on Prison Architecture, Queen Mary College, University of London, London, March, 1998.
"An environmental model of violence in institutions,” Division 34 (Population and Environment) presidential address, American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada, 1993.
"Jails, High Schools, Offices and Other Oppressive Environments,” talk given to School of Design & Environmental Analysis, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 1992
"The Role of Post Occupancy Evaluation Within Organizations: Toward an Integrated Assessment,” presented at Critical Approaches to Environment Design Evaluation, organized by CSTB, Paris, France. 1990
"Evaluation and Design in Jails and Prisons,” presented at Designing and Managing Public Buildings, organized by CSTB, Paris, France. 1990
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