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Andy Baker
Lecturer in Geography Director of Motorsports Studies Undergraduate Faculty Mentor, Geography

Phone: 317-274-8867
Email: bakeran@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 213B


Andy Baker Geography, Motorsports Studies 317-274-8867 bakeran@iupui.edu Lecturer in Geography Director of Motorsports Studies Undergraduate Faculty Mentor, Geography B.S., Eastern Illinois University, Geography, 2003 B.S., Eastern Illinois University, Business (Finance), 2003 M.A., Ohio University, Geography, 2005 Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Geography, 2013 Urban and Regional Geography; Geography of Sport, Tourism, and Recreation; Geography of Motorsport; Geography of North America; Place Marketing; Geographic Education; Economic Geography G107 - Physical Systems of the Environment G108 - Physical Systems of the Environment Laboratory G110 - Introduction to Human Geography G130 - World Regional Geography G309 - Frontiers of Geographic Thought G311 - Research Methods in Geography G326 - Geography of North America Baker, A. “When the Thunder Dies.” Now & Then (2005) 21, 2: 13-15. 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Aniruddha Banerjee
Associate Professor of Geography

Phone: 317-274-3281
Email: rbanerje@iupui.edu
Campus Address: 425 University Blvd, Room 207D Cavanaugh, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN 46202


Aniruddha Banerjee Geography 317-274-3281 rbanerje@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Geography Ph.D., University of Iowa, 2004 MS Urban & Regional Planning, University of Iowa, 1995 Transportation Planning Certificate, University of Iowa, 1995 Bachelor of Architecture, University of Calcutta, 1991 Urban and regional geography, geographic information science, environmental epidemiology/medical geography, mathematical models, spatial econometrics, network/complexity science Geographic Information Science (G338/G438) Advanced Geographic Information Science (G438/G539) Seminar in Geographic Information Science (G439/G639) Applied Spatial Statistics (G488/G588) Jacques May Thesis Prize 2005 Advisor to startup Smartzip.com since 2009 (now a ~200 employee company) AT-LARGE MEMBER, HEALTH & MEDICAL GEOGRAPHY SPECIALTY GROUP 2005-14 NSF REVIEWER SOCIAL SCIENCE & MED, STATS IN MED ETC REVIEWER 1) Rushton G, Peleg I., Banerjee A., Smith G. and West M. “Analyzing Geographic Patterns of Disease Incidence: Rates of Late-Stage Colorectal Cancer in Iowa”. Journal of Medical Systems 28 (3): 223-236. 2) Lipton, R., Banerjee, A, Dowling, K.C., and Treno,A The Geography of COPD Hospitalization in California. Journal of COPD 2(4): 435 - 444, 2005. 3) Banerjee A. ‘Temporal Changes in the Spatial Pattern of Disease Rates Incorporating Known Risk Factors’ (accepted). Social Science and Medicine. 4) ) Bruno L, Brennen T, Elden A, Paulsen HG, Lipton RI and Banerjee A. ‘Latitude-of-birth and Season-of-birth Effects on Human Color Vision in Individuals Born Above or Below the Arctic Circle’ .Vision Research 47 (2007) 1595–1607. (http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/263/description#description). 5) Lipton RI and Banerjee A. 2007 ‘COPD Change in California: 1993-99’ Int J Med Sci. Jun 28;4(4):179-89 6) Cunradi CB, Lipton RI and Banerjee A. 2007 Occupational correlates of smoking among urban transit operators: a prospective study Carol B Cunradi, Rob Lipton and Aniruddha Banerjee Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 2007, 2:36 (20 Dec 2007) http://www.substanceabusepolicy.com/content/2/1/36 7) Banerjee A., LaScala E, Gruenewald PJ, Treno A, Remer L and Freisthler, B. ‘The Structure of the Built Environment and Space-Time Models of Drugs and Violence’. Association of American Geographer and National Institute of Drugs and Alcohol Symposium Book Chapter (peer reviewed). 8) Lipton RI and Banerjee A. ‘Schools and Underage Tobacco Sales Ecology in Los Angeles’. Substance Use and Misuse, 43: 1594-614 9) Russell, M., Chu, B.C., Banerjee, A., Fan, A.Z., Trefisan, M., and Gruenewald, P.J. Drinking patterns and myocardial infarction: A linear dose-response model. In press, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 10) Lipton, R., Gorman, D., Wieczorek, W., Gruenewald, P.J., and Banerjee, A. Geography and public health: Putting people in places. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, 2nd Ed., Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference, IGI Global Inc., 2009. 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Robert L. Beck
Senior Lecturer in Geography

Phone: 317-278-8570
Email: rbeck@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 213E


Robert Beck Geography 317-278-8570 rbeck@iupui.edu Senior Lecturer in Geography B.A. Hastings College 1973
M.A. Indiana State University 1976
Ph.D. Indiana State University 1982
North American House Types; Indiana Placenames; Geography of Indiana; Geography of North America; Rural Landscapes of North America Trustee's Teaching Award, 2007
Trustee's Teaching Award, 2006
Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching by a Part-time Faculty Member, 1995
School of Liberal Arts Distinguished Associate Faculty Award, 1985-86
Speaker for numerous community organizations, events and activities. Author, North American House Types. Cincinnati: Van-Griner Publishing, 2010.
Author, Physical Systems of the Environment. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt, 2009.
Author, Seven Continents and More. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall-Hunt, 2008.
Contributor to Encyclopedia Britannica, Renaissance in the Heartland, and various other reports and books.
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Frederick L. Bein
Professor of Geography, IUPUI 1978-present; Adjunct Professor of Geography, Moi University,Kenya 2008-present; Visiting Professor of Forestry; Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo Mozambique 2004-2005; Director of the Environmental Management Center, University of Technology, Papua New Guinea 1996-2000; Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography, University of North Dakota 1977-1978; Lecturer of Geography, University of Khartoum 1974-1977; Lecturer of Geography, Universidade Catolica, Campo Grande MS, Brazil 1972.

Phone: 317-274-1100
Email: rbein@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 213D


Frederick Bein Geography 317-274-1100 rbein@iupui.edu Professor of Geography, IUPUI 1978-present; Adjunct Professor of Geography, Moi University,Kenya 2008-present; Visiting Professor of Forestry; Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Maputo Mozambique 2004-2005; Director of the Environmental Management Center, University of Technology, Papua New Guinea 1996-2000; Visiting Assistant Professor of Geography, University of North Dakota 1977-1978; Lecturer of Geography, University of Khartoum 1974-1977; Lecturer of Geography, Universidade Catolica, Campo Grande MS, Brazil 1972. B.A. University of Colorado 1969
M.A. University of Florida 1971
Ph.D. University of Florida 1974
Certificate in Tropical Agriculture University of Florida 1974
Tropical agriculture and environments. Focus: Papua New Guinea, Latin America, Sudan, Kenya and Moçambique. Geographic Education. Environmental Conservation, soils, tropical regions of the world: Africa, Latin America and South Pacific IUPUI Chancellor’s Faculty Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement 2009. Legion of Honor Award for life long service to K-12 Geographic Education in Indiana from the Geography Educators Network of Indiana 2008. Fulbright Senior Specialist to Moçambique, Faculdade de Agronomia e Florestal, Universidade de Eduardo Mondlane, Summer 2006.

Fulbright Scholar Award to Moçambique, Faculdade de Agronomia e Florestal, Universidade de Eduardo Mondlane, 2004-2005.

Citizen's Award, Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 1995.

Distinguished Teaching Achievement Award for Excellence in Geographic Teaching, NCGE, 1994.

Conservation Education and Information Award by Hoosier Chapter Soil Conservation Society of America, Evansville, Indiana, 1986.

The 1981-1982 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, Research and Service. School of Liberal Arts, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, April 1982.

Urban Conservationist of the Year Award from the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District, Indianapolis, Indiana, January 20, 1982.

Board member with the Geography Educator Network of Indiana,

Board member with the Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District

Board member and vice president of the Indiana Partners of the Americas.

Portuguese translator for the Indiana Partners of the Americas.

Liaison representative for IUPUI Office of International Programs at Moi University August – December 2009. Geography Club Adviser IUPUI, 1979-1990. 2005-2013 Brazilian Student Club Adviser IUPUI. 2002-2003

Various articles in: Journal of Geography, Professional Geographer, Geographic Perspectives, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Focus on Geography, Environment Papua New Guinea, Sudan Notes and Records, and Economic Development and Cultural Change. Chapter in Food And famine in the 21st Century: Volume I: Topics and Issues.2012. 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Timothy S. Brothers
Associate Professor of Geography

Phone: 317-274-1101
Email: tbrother@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 207B


Timothy Brothers Emeritus/Retired 317-274-1101 tbrother@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Geography B.A. University of California (Davis) 1978
M.A. UCLA 1981
Ph.D. UCLA 1985
Biogeography, physical geography, and human-caused environmental change.
Recent research on the causes and ecological consequences of deforestation in
the Dominican Republic and Haiti
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Owen J. Dwyer, III
Professor of Geography
Director of Graduate Studies
Faculty member, University College at IUPUI
Adjunct Professor of American Studies at IUPUI
Adjunct Professor of Geography (IU, Bloomington)



Phone: 317-274-8877
Email: odwyer@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 213C


Owen Dwyer Geography 317-274-8877 odwyer@iupui.edu Professor of Geography
Director of Graduate Studies
Faculty member, University College at IUPUI
Adjunct Professor of American Studies at IUPUI
Adjunct Professor of Geography (IU, Bloomington)

B.S. Pennsylvania State University, 1992
M.S. Pennsylvania State University, 1995
Ph.D. University of Kentucky, 2000

Public space, collective memory, cartography, urbanism, and cultural landscapes

G309, "Frontiers in Geographic Thought" (Fall)
G311, "Geographic Research Methods" (Spring)
G314, "Urban Geography" (Spring)

Association of American Geographers' Globe Award for Public Understanding of Geography for Civil Rights Memorials and the Geography of Memory, 2009 (with Derek Alderman)

Faculty Fellow, Center for Teaching and Learning, 2008-09

IU Trustees' Teaching Award, 2006

IU Humanities Research Grant, 2004

IU Center on Philanthropy Research Grant, 2003

Graham Foundation for the Fine Arts Research Grant, 2002

Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship-Emory University, 2000

Visiting Junior Scholar in Residence-University of British Columbia, 2000

Columbia University Buell Center for Architecture Dissertation Colloquium, 1999

Urban Geography Specialty Group student paper award, 1999

Cultural Geography Specialty Group student paper award, 1999

National Science Foundation Dissertation Improvement Grant, 1998

American Ethnic Geography Specialty Group student paper award, 1998

National Park Service Scholar-in-Residence at the King National Historic Site, 1998

University of Kentucky, Haggin University Fellowship, 1995

E. Willard Miller Masters Paper Award, Penn State Geography Department, 1995

Associate Editor, Journal of Geography, 2010 - 2016

Investigator and author, "A Survey of Visitors to Four Civil Rights Museums"

Guest Editor, special focus section of Journal of Geography "Race and Racism in Geography: Perspectives for and from the Classroom"

Referee for several granting agencies and geographic journals

Board member for Cultural Geography specialty group 2001-03 and Urban Geography specialty group 2004-06

Co-curator of a temporary exhibit at the Indiana State Museum (with Elizabeth Kryder-Reid and Paul Mullins) "Race and Material Culture: Recent Archeological Evidence from Ransom Place"

Exploring Human Geography with Maps, 2e (W.H. Freeman, 2009, co-authored with Margaret Pearce)

Civil Rights Memorials and the Geography of Memory (Center for American Places, 2008, co-authored with Derek Alderman)

Caribbean Landscapes: An Interpretive Atlas (Caribbean Studies Press, 2008, co-authored with Tim Brothers and Jeff Wilson)

Chapters in four edited collections and articles in The Professional Geographer, GeoJournal, Journal of Geography, Urban Geography, and Journal of Social and Cultural Geography

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Thomas S. Fedor
Associate Professor of Geography
Visiting Professor and Associate Director of the American Studies Center of Warsaw University (Poland) 1979-81

Email: tfedor@iupui.edu


Thomas Fedor Emeritus/Retired tfedor@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Geography
Visiting Professor and Associate Director of the American Studies Center of Warsaw University (Poland) 1979-81
B.A. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1965
M.A. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 1967
Ph.D. University of Chicago 1973
Global trends and issues, geopolitics, geography of Europe in general and of Italy in particular, European integration, and global investment and capital flows. Particular interest in the Geography of Wine and the evolution of wine landscapes. Special interest in the wine regions and landscapes of Europe. Fulbright Scholar (Italy) 1967 Promoting greater public awareness of international affairs through over 100 community presentations Patterns of Urban Growth in the Russian Empire During the Nineteenth Century. The University of Chicago. Department of Geography. Research Paper No. 163. 1975. 245 pp. 1 0 0 1 0 GEOG-RETIRED
Billy Giles


Email: bgiles@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 209


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Daniel Johnson
Associate Professor of Geography
IRSI Researcher

Phone: 317-278-5536
Email: dpjohnso@iupui.edu
Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 207A


Daniel Johnson Institute for Research on Social Issues, GIS Research Center, Geography 317-278-5536 dpjohnso@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Geography
IRSI Researcher
B.A. Geography, IUPUI, 1998
M.S. Information Science, Indiana Univeristy, 2003
Ph.D. Geography, Indiana State Univeristy, 2007
Spatial Epidemiology
Medical Geography
Remote Sensing and Public Health
Climate Change and Human Health
Heat Waves, Extreme Heat Events
Benjamin J. Moulton Ph.D. Award 2005 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Kathy Lamb Kozenski
GENI Executive Director

Phone: 317-274-8879
Email: geni@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 323A


Kathy Kozenski Geography Educators' Network of Indiana, Inc. 317-274-8879 geni@iupui.edu GENI Executive Director Bachelor of Science, Purdue University, 1985, Atmospheric Physics and Agriculture (Agricultural Climatology) Education Certification, Indiana University, 1990 (Earth-Space Science, General Science, Math, Physics) Providing quality Geography education for Indiana's K+ educators and students. Engaging Indiana citizens in advancing Geographic Literacy. Enjoy the topics of soils, water, agriculture, literature, human-environment interaction, and geospatial technologies - as applied to a K-12 classroom. Planned, coordinated, presented over 200 workshops, 35 institutes, hundreds of conference sessions -- all focusing on Geography Education and Geographic Literacy: local, state, national. Indiana Citizenship in Education Award, Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 1996; Outstanding Contributions Toward Geography Education Award, National Council for Geographic Education, 2009; Special Service in Education Award, Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 2012; Outstanding Service to Education Award, Indiana Council for the Social Studies, 2016 Education Committee, Indiana Geographic Information Council, 1998-present; Publications and Products Committee, National Council for Geographic Education, 2012-2014. Indiana schools(P-16), libraries, museums state-wide, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Boy Scouts of America Crossroads of America Council, Holy Spirit Catholic Church and School, and Archdiocese of Indianapolis. See the GENI websites: www.iupui.edu/~geni, www.iupui.edu/~ghw, www.iupui.edu/~gst, www.iupui.edu/~linctech. Publication of the Indiana in Maps: Geographic Perspectives of the Hoosier State (an Indiana atlas) and accompanying Curriculum Guide. Contributor to Climate Change & Variation, Volumes I and II - teaching and resources for climate change education grades 4 - 16. Contributor to Food and Famine in the 21st Century, Volumes I and II - teaching and resources for classroom applications about hunger, poverty, food, and famine in the K+ classroom. Creation of the Giant Traveling Map of Indiana (and accompanying Curriculum Guide & Resource Trunk), a 15' x 21' resource to aid in the teaching and understanding about Geography and Indiana. Creation of the Giant County Maps & Timelines for Indiana's 92 counties as a bicentennial legacy resource. 0 0 1 0 0 GENI
Gil Latz
Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, from 2012; Associate Vice President for International Affairs, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana University, from 2012; Professor of Geography, IUPUI, from 2012; Philanthropic Studies Faculty, IU, 2012-2015; Professor of Geography and International Studies, Portland State University, 1983-2011; Executive Director, Waseda-Oregon Program, Portland State University, 2010-2011; Advisor, Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation, Tokyo, from 1999; Visiting Professor, Haifa University, 1998; Academic Advisor, Annenberg Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1987-2003.

Phone: 317-278-1265
Email: glatz@iupui.edu
Campus Address: ES2126


Gil Latz Geography 317-278-1265 glatz@iupui.edu Associate Vice Chancellor for International Affairs, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, from 2012; Associate Vice President for International Affairs, Office of the Vice President for International Affairs, Indiana University, from 2012; Professor of Geography, IUPUI, from 2012; Philanthropic Studies Faculty, IU, 2012-2015; Professor of Geography and International Studies, Portland State University, 1983-2011; Executive Director, Waseda-Oregon Program, Portland State University, 2010-2011; Advisor, Shibusawa Eiichi Memorial Foundation, Tokyo, from 1999; Visiting Professor, Haifa University, 1998; Academic Advisor, Annenberg Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 1987-2003. Primary: regional development and resource management policy (agriculture and urban) in Japan, East Asia, North America and Europe; Japan’s modernization process in terms of the role played by philanthropy and civic leadership; the internationalization of higher education. Secondary: international trade; educational video development. Regional Geography of East Asia (political and economic); Cultural Geography of Western Europe; Trans-Pacific Leadership; Asian Studies and the Geography Curriculum. 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Vijay O Lulla
Assistant professor, Department of Geography, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Post-doc Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Institute for Research on Social Issues, Department of Geography 2010-2011 Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN Ph.D. Geography 2010 – Title: Neural network classification of hyperspectral imagery for urban environments: a case study Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN M.A. Geography 2002 - 2005 – Advisors: Ryan Jensen – Thesis: Biomass estimation using statistical and neural network analysis of ASTER data. Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda, India B.E. Electrical Engineering 1996 - 2000

Phone: 317-278-5773
Email: vlulla@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 207C


Vijay Lulla Geography 317-278-5773 vlulla@iupui.edu Assistant professor, Department of Geography, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis Post-doc Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Institute for Research on Social Issues, Department of Geography 2010-2011 Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN Ph.D. Geography 2010 – Title: Neural network classification of hyperspectral imagery for urban environments: a case study Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN M.A. Geography 2002 - 2005 – Advisors: Ryan Jensen – Thesis: Biomass estimation using statistical and neural network analysis of ASTER data. Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda, India B.E. Electrical Engineering 1996 - 2000 Post-doc Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Institute for Research on Social Issues, Department of Geography 2010-2011 • Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN Ph.D. Geography 2010 – Title: Neural network classification of hyperspectral imagery for urban environments: a case study Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN M.A. Geography 2002 - 2005 – Thesis: Biomass estimation using statistical and neural network analysis of ASTER data. Maharaja Sayajirao University Baroda, India B.E. Electrical Engineering 1996 - 2000 Hyperspectral remote sensing, GIS, Spatial Statistics, Spatial Databases, programming, Statistics, Visualization Advanced remote sensing(G436/536), Spring 2014 Advanced GIS(G438/539), Spring 2014 Environmental remote sensing(G336/535), Fall 2013 and Fall 2012 Computer Cartography(G337/537), Fall 2014, 2013, 2012, and 2011 • Physical Geography Lab Instructor Indiana State University Graduate Teaching Assistant Fall 2007 – Taught introductory physical geography lab which is a part of general education requirement. • Remote Sensing Indiana State University Graduate Teaching Assistant Fall 2005 – Assisted in lab for Remote Sensing course. – Helped students with all aspects of remote sensing data analysis. • Guest Lectures Lecture about India for World Regional Geography, – November 4, 2008 – April 19, 2009 Research Experience • Lulla, V. (2009) Hyperspectral applications in urban geography. In J. D. Gatrell & R. R. Jensen (Eds.), Planning and socioeconomic applications (Vol. 1, pp. 79–86). Springer. • Jensen, R. R., M. W. Jackson, and V. Lulla (2008) Single line correction method to remove aircraft roll errors in hyperspectral imagery. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 2:023529 • Jensen, R. R., P. J. Hardin, M. F. Bekker, D. A. Farnes, V. Lulla, and A. Hardin (2008) Modeling Urban Leaf Area Index with AISA+ Hyperspectral Data. Applied Geography • Jensen, R. R., G. Yu, P. Mausel, V. Lulla, E. Moran and E. Brondizio (2004). An integrated approach to Amazon research - the Amazon Information System. Geocarto International 19(3):55–59 • Gonser, R., R. R. Jensen, V. Lulla, and E. McCluskey. 2007. Deer-vehicle collisions in western Indiana. 21st Biennial Workshop on Aerial Photography, Videography, and High Resolution Digital Imagery for Resource Assessment. May 15–17. Terre Haute, Indiana. 0 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Pamela A Martin
Associate Professor of Earth Sciences and Geography

Phone: 317-274-7206
Email: martinpa@iupui.edu
Campus Address: SL118


Pamela Martin Geography 317-274-7206 martinpa@iupui.edu Associate Professor of Earth Sciences and Geography 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Philip David Roth


Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: pdroth@indiana.edu
Campus Address: CA313


Philip Roth Geography 317-274-1103 pdroth@indiana.edu 0 1 0 0 0 GEOG
Hilary Johanson Steinhardt
IUPUI Geography Department Visiting Lecturer

Phone: 317-274-1102
Email: hsteinha@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 207E


Hilary Steinhardt Geography 317-274-1102 hsteinha@iupui.edu IUPUI Geography Department Visiting Lecturer B.S.-Ball State University, Geography, 1992 M.A.-Ball State University, Earth Science for Teachers, 1994 B.S.-IUPUI, Secondary Education, 1998 Geography Education in the K-12 Curriculum Physical Geography 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG
Jeffrey Wilson
Associate Dean for Research Professor of Geography

Phone: 317-274-1128
Email: jeswilso@iupui.edu
Campus Address: CA 207B


Jeffrey Wilson Liberal Arts, Office of Research, GIS Research Center, Geography 317-274-1128 jeswilso@iupui.edu Associate Dean for Research Professor of Geography B.S. California University of Pennsylvania
M.A. California University of Pennsylvania
Ph.D. Indiana State University
National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE) Distinguished University Teaching Award 2003,
Indiana University Trustees Teaching Award, 2001, 2004.
List of publications in Google Scholar 1 0 0 0 0 GEOG