Alison G. Kwok, Ph.D., AIA, LEED AP, ASES Fellow, Professor of Architecture, University of Oregon — teaches design studios, building performance seminars, and environmental technology. Her research includes adaptive and mitigation strategies for climate change, thermal comfort, and building performance case studies. Kwok was principal investigator of the Agents of Change Project. She is past president of SBSE, has served on the ARCC board and the USGBC’s Formal Education Committee. She currently serves on committees for ASHRAE and ASES. She is co-author of Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings (11th ed., 2010). Kwok has taught in architecture programs in California, China, New York, and Oregon.
Walter T. Grondzik, PE, LEED-AP, ASES and ASHRAE Fellow, Professor of Architecture, Ball State University — teaches environmental technology , building performance, and energy/resource efficiency. Grondzik was involved with the Vital Signs and Agents of Change curriculum projects. He is past president of ARCC and SBSE, and currently serves on numerous committees for ASHRAE and ASES. He is author of Principles of Building Commissioning (2009) and co-author of Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings (11th ed., 2010). He has taught in architecture and architectural engineering programs in Florida, Oregon, Oklahoma, and Saudi Arabia.