Lawrence A. Herzog, Ph.D.

Professor

College of Professional Studies & Fine Arts

School of Public Affairs

Dr. Herzog is a professor of the Graduate Program in City Planning, he is also a consultant and writer specializing in planning, sustainable development and urban design in the United States, Mexico and Latin America. He has written / edited 10 books on urban planning, design and global/cross-border development. Herzog has participated in group- and individual photographic exhibitions in Mexico and the U.S. since 2001.
Dr. Herzog’s Website

Marie Roch, Ph.D.

Professor

College of Sciences

Department of Computer Science

Professor Roch’s internationally recognized work focuses on the applications of machine learning and signal processing techniques to bioacoustic data to derive information related to mitigation, species and population identity, behavior, and communication. She has designed methods for the identification and classification of marine mammal tonal calls and echolocation clicks.
Dr. Roch’s Website

Congcong Zheng, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Fowler College of Business

Department of Management

Congcong (pronounced as “songsong”) is a writer and teacher. A social scientist by training, she researches, writes, and teaches entrepreneurship, change, and decision making. Her work has appeared in top tier entrepreneurship and strategy journals such as Journal of World Business, Journal of Small Business Management, and Group and Organizational Management. She comments on TV and muses on the meaning of work life on LinkedIn.
Dr. Zheng’s Website