Hangzhou University, Department of Geography, China, 1983.
M.S. University of Science and Technology of China, 1986.
Ph.D. Indiana University, Department of Geography, 1996.
Associate Professor Kansas State University, Department of Geography, August 2002-present.
Kansas State University, Department of Geography, August
Indiana University, Indiana Business Research Center, 1996.
Researcher Institute of Geography, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, 1986-1989.
of American Geographers (AAG).
Population Association of America (PAA).
Regional Science Association International (RSAI).
International Geographical Union, Commission on Modelling and Geographical Systems.
Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Systems (CPGIS).
Gamma Theta Upsilon (GTU)
Department of Health and Environment, May- July 2001, “Kansas Action
Targeting System,” $7,447 (PI, with John A. Harrington,Jr.).
to Attend a Workshop on An Introduction to Spatial Pattern Analysis in a GIS
Environment, Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, University of
California, Santa Barbara, August 2000.
Environmental Protection Agency, June 2000, “Kansas Water Quality Action
Targeting System 14 Regression Analysis Training,” $8,365 (PI, with John A.
Science Foundation, August 1, 2000 - July 31, 2005, “Infrastructure to
Develop a Human-Environment Regional Observatory (HERO),” $290,000 (with
Douglas Goodin, John A. Harrington Jr., Lisa M.B. Harrington, David E. Kromm,
and Stephen E. White).
Department of Housing and Urban Development, Doctoral Research Grant -
Lu. “Are Pastures Greener? Residential Consequences of Migration.”
Accepted for publication by the International Journal of Population
Lu. 1999. “Determinants
of Residential Satisfaction: An Analysis Using Ordered Logit Models,” Growth
and Change 30: 264-287.
Lu. 1999. “Do People Move When They Say They Will? Inconsistencies in
Individual Mobility Behavior,” Population and Environment 20:467-488.
Lu. 1998. “Analyzing Migration Decision Making: Relationships Between
Residential Satisfaction, Mobility Intentions and Moving Behavior,” Environment
and Planning A 30: 1473-1495.
Lu. 1997.“Spatial and Temporal Patterns of County-Level Migration: Is the
Rebound Continuing?” Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography
Conference 20: 11-19.
Lu. Dynamic Analysis of Geographic Processes Using Vector Autoregression
(VAR). Accepted by Geografiska Annaler,Series B: Human Geography.
Lu, Enru Wang. Forging Ahead and Falling Behind: China's Changing Regional
Inequalities in the Era of Reform. Forthcoming in Growth and Change.
Lu, John Harrington, Jr. 2001(forthcoming). KATS: A GIS-based Spatial Decision
Support Tool for Water Resource Management in Kansas. Forthcoming in Papers
and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference, volume 24.
Wang, Max Lu. 2000. Economic Reform, Open-door Policy and Changes in Spatial
Development Patterns in China. Journal
of Chinese Geography, 10(4): 300-312.
Zuping Weng, Max Lu. 1997. Monitoring
Soil Erosion in the Loess Plateau of China: A Photogrammetric Method. Papers and Proceedings of the Applied Geography Conference
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