Dr. Hongmian Gong is a Professor and the Geography Graduate Advisor at Department of Geography, Hunter College. Her research interests are urban service economies in the U.S. and China and GIS/GPS applications in urban transportation. She regularly teaches Urban Geography, Urban Geographic Theory, and Urban Applications of GIS. She serves on the EES Ph.D. program Executive Committee and the Board of Directors, the University Transportation Research Center Region II.
Keenan, K. and H. Gong. 2013. Managerialism and Terrorism Policy for the Urban Financial Industry: The Implications of Ignoring Geographical Process. Urban Affairs Review 49(2):190-219.
Gong, H. and K. Keenan. 2012. The impact of 9/11 on the geography of financial services in New York: A few years later. The Professional Geographer 64(3):370-388.
Gong, H., C. Chen, E. Bialostozky, C. T. Lawson. 2012. A GPS/GIS method for travel mode detection in New York City. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 36(2):131- 139.
Keenan, K. and H. Gong. 2011. Hazard perception and the urban geographies of place: Insights from New York City’s financial executives after 9/11. Urban Geography 32(2):208- 227.
Chen, C., H. Gong, C. T. Lawson, E. Bialostozky. 2010. Evaluating the feasibility of a passive travel survey collection in a complex urban environment: Lessons learned from the New York City case study. Transportation Research Part A 44:830-840.