Faculty & Staff

Marcelo Cruz

Marcelo Cruz

Associate Professor
MAC B313

Dr. Cruz's research has focused on ethnic identity and land use. His research interests are in urban and regional development in the United States and abroad. He brings his work experience on community development and regional planning theory in Andean South America, and Western Europe into the classroom. Dr Cruz's students have interned in local planning and community development... Read more »

Laurel Phoenix

Laurel Phoenix

Associate Professor, Co-Director of the Center for Food in Community and Culture (CFCC)
MAC B331

Fields of Interest

Limits to Growth, Food/Water/Energy Nexus, Water Resources Management, Drinking Water Quality, Rural Sustainable Development

Education

B.A. and M.A. University of Colorado, Boulder; Ph.D. College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York, Syracuse