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City planning educator

Lawrence Arthur Herzog, American city planning educator. Recipient Donald Robertson Memorial prize, Scotland, 1990; fellow Graham Foundation Advanced Studies in Fine Arts, 1998, Center United States-Mexican Studies, University California, 1999.


Herzog, Lawrence Arthur was born on July 7, 1951 in New York City. Son of Arthur Lawrence and Bernice Herzog.


Bachelor, State University of New York, Albany, 1973. Master of Arts, Syracuse University, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, Syracuse University, 1980.


Senior planner Middlesex County Planning Board, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1975-1977. Senior Fulbright lecturer National University Engineering, Lima, Peru, 1980. Professor urban studies University California, San Diego, La Jolla, 1981-1989.

Senior advisor Junin Department, United States Agency International Development, Lima, Peru, 1982-1983. Professor city planning San Diego State University, since 1989. Consultant United States Agency International Development, Bolivia, 1985, American Institute Architects, Texas, 1988, California Department Transport, San Diego, 1991-1993.

Editor, writer Pacific News Services, San Francisco, 1988-1995. Visiting scholar London School of Economics, 1990, Autonomous University Madrid, 1993, Columbia University School Architect and Planning, 1994.



Advisor Citizen Coordinating for Century III, San Diego, 1992-1995, New School Architecture, since 1992. Member advisory board San Diego Dialogue, since 1997. Member Latin American Studies Association, Urban Affairs Association, Association Collegiate Schools Planning.


  • Other Interests

    Road bicycling, sea kayaking, hiking, travel, photography.


Married Vivienne Lee Bennett, August 19, 1990. 1 child, Adin Jacob.

Arthur Lawrence

Bernice Herzog

Vivienne Lee Bennett

Adin Jacob Herzog