Michele Herrmann Esq.

 Michele Herrmann Esq.


  • Associate Professor


Office: (662) 325-1334
132 Howell Building



  • Juris Doctor (JD), Law, New York Law School, 2006
  • Bachelor of Science (BS), Design, Clemson University, 2002

Research interests:

Regulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, UAV Use in Construction, Land Use Regulations, Real Estate Transactions, Contract Law


Conference Paper

  • Integrated Practice and Architecture Education: The Evolution of a Pedagogy.  The Visibility of Research: Proceedings of the 2013 ARCC Spring Research Conference. 2013

Conference Proceeding

  • Regulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and a Survey on Their Use in the Construction Industry.   Proceedings of the 2018 Construction Research Congress. Pages 758-764. 2018
  • A Comparison of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Regulations in the United States and Europe.  Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction 53rd Annual International Conference. Pages 299-306. 2017
  • A Retrospective of Five Years of a Collaborative Student Design Competition.  Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction 52nd Annual International Conference. 2016
  • Teaching Collaborative Skills: The Results of an Interactive Symposium.   Proceedings of the 2016 Construction Research Congress. Pages 110-119. 2016
  • Teaching Integrated Practice: An Integrated Project Delivery Theater.  Proceedings of the 104th Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting. 2016
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Construction: An Overview of Current and Proposed Rules.   Proceedings of the 2016 Construction Research Congress. Pages 588-596. 2016
  • Educating Integrated Project Delivery Educators: A Study of the Source of IPD Knowledge Among Educators.  Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction 51st Annual International Conference. 2015
  • Pre-University Advantages: a study of how Professional Experience and/or Familial Association influence academic success in collaborative learning.  Proceedings of the Building Technology Educator’s Society 2015 International Conference. 2015
  • Teaching Collaborative Skills Through an Interdisciplinary Design Competition.   Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Construction Division’s 122nd Annual Conference. 2015
  • Green Bidding: Recent Challenges to LEED Experience Requirements in Bidding Documents.  Proceedings of the Associated Schools of Construction 50th Annual International Conference. 2014
  • An Industry-Sponsored Competition to Explore Integrated Project Delivery in an Educational Setting.   Associated Schools of Construction 49th Annual International Conference. 2013
  • Integrated Practice and Architecture Education: The Evolution of a Pedagogy.  . 2013
  • Using Problem-Based Learning in the Studio Environment to Foster Interdisciplinary Collaboration.  Proceedings of the 6th International Technology, Education and Development Conference: Pedagogical and Didactical Innovations. Pages 4460-4464. 2012

Journal Article

  • The Modern Day "Victory Garden". Procedia Engineering. Volume 118, Pages 647-653. 2015


Oral Presentation

  • "Tying In-Class Experiences to Course Goals." Classroom Strategy Series, Mississippi State University Center for Teaching and Learning, Mississippi State University. 2019


  • "Integrated Practice and Architecture Education: The Evolution of a Pedagogy." Architectural Research Centers Consortium (ARCC) Conference, Architectural Research Centers Consortium, Charlotte, North Carolina. 2013


  • "The Rapid Shifts in Construction Project Delivery Methods and the Subsequent Effect on Design Pedagogy: The Results of a Study on an Academic Multi-disciplinary Project." Environmental Design Research Association’s EDRA 45 NewOrleans Conference Committee , Environmental Design Research Association, New Orleans, LA. 2014