Sanaz is a doctoral candidate at the School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS) at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her dissertation research explores the Environmental Justice and Governance Dynamics of Supply Chains. She received her master’s degree in Landscape Architecture at the University of Michigan, with a thesis that looked at the Impact of Green Infrastructure projects on the perception of Safety in Detroit. She is the recipient of the NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award (NSF DDRI), Dow Sustainability Award, American Association of University Women (AAUW) International fellowship and Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) Honor Scholarship in Memory of Joe Lalli, FASLA.
MLA, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, 2017
Master of Landscape Architecture, National University of Iran
Bachelor of Architecture, Iran University of Science and Technology
- Chamanara, S., Goldstein, B., & Newell, J. P. (2020). Where’s the beef? Costco’s meat supply chain and environmental justice in California. Journal of Cleaner Production, 278, 123744.
- Chamanara, S., (2017). Distance from Neighborhood Green Infrastructure (GI) in Detroit and Impact on Perception of Safety. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
- Chamanara, S., (2016). Efficient multiscale approach for the integration of continuous multi-functional green infrastructure in Tehran city, Iran. International Journal of Urban Sustainable Development, 8(2), 174-190.
- Chamanara, S., (2016). Revitalizing Urban Gardens: The Transfer of Development Approach Rights in Shiraz, Iran. Agora Journal of Planning And Design, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
- Chamanara, S. (2012). Productive Urban Network: A strategy for Urban Sustainable development. Manazr: The Iranian Scientific Journal of Landscape Architecture 4 (20), 78-82.