Aaron Hipp, North Carolina State University, USA
J. Aaron Hipp, PhD, Associate Professor of Community Health and Sustainability, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management and Fellow, Center for Geospatial Analytics, North Carolina State University, is a built environment and active living researcher and instructor. He is a current Interdisciplinary Research Leader Fellow with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Dr. Hipp works collaboratively on projects related to active living and multifamily developments, parks in low-income communities of color, access to greenspace, and epidemiologic surveillance of pedestrians and bicyclists. He uses technologies and big data, including webcameras, GIS, GPS, accelerometers, and social media, to explore the relationships between place and active living.
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