Courtney Crosson is a licensed architect and Assistant Professor at the University of Arizona. She has worked for Foster + Partners, UN Habitat, and BuroHappold Engineering. Her current research advances decentralized water systems to address pressing problems facing cities – whether water scarcity in the US Southwest or safe and affordable water access in informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya.
Crosson, Courtney. "Shades of Green: Modifying Sustainability Rating Systems for Transit Center Functionality." Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board 2638 (2017): 88-96.
Crosson, Courtney. "Achieving Net Zero Water in Severe Drought Prone Areas: A Case Study of Catchment, Storage, and Infiltration Optimization." Procedia Engineering 145 (2016): 782-789.